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Stinging Insect Control

Stinging pests come in a range of shapes and sizes that span multiple insect species. Flying insects can be are some of the most feared due to incredibly painful stings and more importantly allergic reactions that may be life threatening. Even though these flying insects can be very beneficial to our environment you typically do not want them around your home. 


Since these insects are flying they are much harder to control. Any company that tells you they can guarantee that you wont have these insect flying around after a service are not being honest and just telling you what you want to hear.  Ally Pest and Termite does everything it can to eliminate nest and change conducive conditions around your home to control these flying pests. Our unlimited free re-service guarantee give you the peace of mind that if they come back so do we.


There are many different species of wasps but here in Texas the most common are the paper wasp, mud dauber wasp, and the yellow jacket wasp.

Paper Wasp


These wasps are typically 1 inch in length and can vary in coloration from reddish-orange to dark brown, and can have yellow markings on their body. Nests are constructed from chewed wood fiber, are umbrella shaped, hang from a single filament, and have one tier of hexagon-shaped cells.  If allowed to persist, a nest will grow on average to a diameter of 6 to 8 inches and can contain several dozen wasps.  Paper wasp nests are typically found under eaves, but can also be found in garages, sheds, barns, shrubbery, or any protected area. Paper wasps are aggressive and will sting if provoked.

Mud Dauber Wasp


These wasps are typically 3/4 - 1 inch in length and can vary in coloration from entirely black to black with yellow markings to a blue black color. Mud daubers are solitary insects, meaning each nest only has one wasp that is responsible for all the necessary tasks. Most distinguishable characteristic of a mud wasp is the long, narrow “waist” (also called a petiole) that connects the thorax to the abdomen. These wasps are not very aggressive and will seldomly sting.

Yellow Jacket Wasp


These wasps are the most aggressive out of the bunch and have much larger colonies. They are smaller reaching about 1/2 an inch in length. All yellow jacket species have black and yellow markings with variations of patterns. Yellow jackets are usually ground-nesters looking to establish colonies under patios, in cracks, wall voids and other structures that have a void. If you have yellow jackets on your property we strongly suggest using a professional to take care of them.   




Bumblebees are important pollinators across the United States and Texas lays claim to 9 different species.  It’s fairly easy to identify a bumblebee on the fly since they are such large insects.  Their bodies are very hairy and have black and yellow colorations, though the patterns can be different between species. 

Carpenter Bee


Carpenter bees are large pollinators (approximately ¾ to 1 inch in length) that are often mistaken for bumblebees and vice versa.  One distinguishing characteristic is that carpenter bees have a shiny black abdomen that has few hairs.  On the other hand, their thorax is very hairy and can have yellow, orange, or white coloration depending on the species.  You may even come across some species of carpenter bees that are smaller and have a shiny, metallic blue-black or green and purple coloration.  

Tired of your flying pest problem? Call Ally today at 214-305-8725 to schedule your first treatment or send us a quick email at
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At Ally, our mission is to keep your home pest-free and we are confident in our ability to do so. In fact, if pests return to your home after our visit, we will happily return until pests are gone for good! If after two free re-services we cannot control the pest problem, we will refund 100% of your last service payment. We are your best bet for long-lasting relief from pests!

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