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Professional Wasp Exterminator in Canada

Single flying wasp
Size:1/4 inch to 1.5 inch
Colour:Yellow, Black, White & Reddish
Shape: Hairless abdomen with a slender body and 3 pairs of legs

Wasp Treatments

Wasp Nest Removal

If wasps have already set up their nest on your property, we’ll arrive in our wasp-resistant gear to remove it. If you’re uncertain of the nest’s location, there’s no need to worry! Our trained technicians know exactly where to look and are highly successful in discovering concealed wasp nests.

Following the nest’s removal, we suggest applying a preventative spray to deter the formation of future nests.

Avoid the risk of getting stung trying to handle it yourself, call Bugman instead. We’ll ensure the nest is safely removed so you don’t have to!

Wasps crawling on a wasp nest

Wasp Preventative Spray

If wasps haven’t yet invaded your property and you aim to keep it that way, dial 604-854-2847 to reach Bugman! We’ll treat all areas susceptible to wasp infestation, such as the peaks and around your soffits, to deter them from constructing their nests on your premises.

This service comes with a 6-month warranty, so if any wasps penetrate our spray and build a nest on your home, we’ll come and remove it at no additional cost!

What about Honey Bees?

At The Bugman we love Honey Bees! We work closely with local beekeepers to offer bee relocation services. Feel free to give us a call if you find any unwanted honeybees this spring, and we would be happy to arrange their safe removal and relocation.

Why Choose Bugman?

We have 30 years of experience in preventing wasps from building nests in your home, and our technicians are trained to find wasp nests in areas you may not notice. Plus, we offer affordable rates with a 6-month warranty!

Where Does Bugman Service?

We provide wasp treatment services throughout Canada.

Don’t spend your summer hiding from wasps, give Bugman a call at 604-854-2847 and we’ll make sure the wasps don’t invade your home!

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Getting ready for wasps
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wasps nest on roof
Wasp Spray
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Captured Wasp Nest
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Wasps, Bees & Hornets


Wasp image
Body: Pointed lower abdomen with no fur and a narrow waist
Colour: Black & yellow
Flying Appearance: When wasps fly, you can see their legs dangling.


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Body: Larger and rounder than a wasp, with fur.
Colour: Black & yellow
Flying Appearance: When bees fly, they tuck their legs in. You cannot see them.


Hornet 1
Body: Smaller and rounder than a wasp with no fur.
Colour: Black & white or black & yellow
Flying Appearance: When hornets fly they tuck their legs in like bees.

Wasp, Bee & Hornet Diets

Wasps and hornets are both omnivores and will eat pollen and nectar, as well as small insects like flies and caterpillars. Bees, on the other hand, are vegetarians and only eat pollen and nectar. Honey bees will also eat honey during the colder months.

Wasp, Bee & Hornet Bites and Stings

Wasps can sting and bite, but they only attack when threatened. However, hornets are much more aggressive and will sting even when there is no threat. Unfortunately, neither wasps nor hornets lose their stingers after attacking and they can sting you multiple times.

Unlike wasps, some bees, such as honey bees, die after attacking because their stingers are torn from their body. Most bees are not very aggressive, and will leave you alone if you do not bother them. However, bumble bes are more aggressive, and will chase people if they feel threatened.

Interesting Fact: Only female bees, hornets & wasps have stingers!

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Interesting Fact: Wasps and hornets help plants and crops to thrive by eating the small insects that threaten their success.

Wasp, Bee & Hornet Nests

Wasp Nest

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Honey Bee Nest

Honeybee nest

Hornet Nest

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Bumble Bee Nest

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Yellow Jacket Nest


Mining Bee Nest

Mining Bee

Wasps build different nests depending on the specific species. Solitary wasps build their nest underground or in sheltered areas, whereas social wasps and hornets build their nests above ground. These wasps usually build nests in tree trunks, tree branches or in the eaves of your home. The nest of a social wasp and a hornet is made of chewed-up and regurgitated wood.

Like wasps, a bee’s nesting type is dependent on the species. Honeybees make their nest out of wax, which is created by the worker bees. Bumblebees prefer to nest underground in abandoned holes, and carpenter bees nest inside of wood.

More Information About Wasps!

Wasps don’t generally survive through the winter. The queen – and females that will become queens – hibernate, but most other wasps in the colony will die when the cold arrives.

In some countries, wasps are used to control pests in crops, because they eat insects that are considered harmful to farming.

Wasps are more aggressive in the late summer to early fall because there is less food and they need to protect their queen.

angry wasp

Nests are only used once! If you want to keep wasps from building in the same location next season, leave part of the nest up to prevent their return.

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Wasps are territorial, they don’t like to build nests close to one another. Setting up a decoy nest can be a great home remedy to prevent new builds.

Wasps release a pheromone when they sting you that tells other wasps to behave more aggressively, so it is not recommended to swat a wasp when others are near.

Don’t spend your days fighting with wasps, call Bugman at 604-854-2847 and we’ll send one of our experienced technicians to kick the wasps off your property!