Wasps are, without a doubt, one of the most potentially aggressive and feared pests in Omaha and Council Bluffs, particularly during the warmer months of the year. In reality, wasps will rarely attack a person unless they feel threatened. However, most people have experienced the pain of a wasp sting and don’t want it to happen again. While wasps have a reputation for unprovoked attacks, the issue becomes serious when a wasp is in distress. In an agitated state, they will release a pheromone that will alert nearby colony members to attack in a nasty stinging frenzy.

For homeowners in Omaha and Council Bluffs, wasps are among the most unwelcome sights in any home or garden. With their often-aggressive behaviors, they can sting multiple times and will work together to defend their nests if provoked. Here at Genie Pest Control, we understand the havoc that wasps can wreak on your backyard fun during the summer months, and we’re here to help!

Now that summer has officially arrived, and the temperatures are rising, unfortunately, so too is the number of mosquitos. These small flying insects can make a real nuisance of themselves, and while some mosquito bites are relatively harmless, others can carry diseases that are potentially very harmful to our health.

The reason that ants come into your home in the first place is that they are looking for food. In order to avoid attracting ants inside, our ant removal technicians at Genie Pest Control advise you to be sure to clean up food and drink spills as quickly so you can. Keep your pet bowls clean also and be sure to store fruit in the refrigerator in sealed containers. Taking these measures will ensure that your home is less attractive to ants, to begin with, and will reduce the chances of an infestation.

If you ask anyone, what they dislike the most about summer, the answer is almost always the same; mosquitoes! These little pests can many different viruses and bacteria, which, some of which can be deadly to humans. Even if you are not infected by a mosquito bite, the itchy, red bump that is left behind is not something that anyone enjoys.

Finding spiders in your home is unnerving and something that most homeowners want to avoid. Many homeowners, shy away from spiders, as these hairy eight-legged pests can be frightening to even look at. What’s more, as our spider control experts at Genie Pest Control will tell you, Omaha is also home to two spiders capable of causing you serious harm. If you see spiders, in your home regularly, it can be a sign of a nest of infestation and should be dealt with as soon as possible.

Here at Genie Pest Control, we are committed to providing the very best pest control solutions to homes and businesses in the Omaha and Council Bluffs areas. Having helped countless homeowners and business owners implement effective and proven solutions for a vast range of pest control issues, we have become the number one choice for pest control in Omaha and Council Bluffs.

Whether it’s because of how they move or just how they look, in our experience at Genie Pest Control, cockroaches are universally one of the most despised pests in North America. They may not cause as much damage to your home as other insects or pests, but they are not something that any homeowner wants to see crawling around inside their home. There are four main cockroach species that infest American homes, and while each one looks and behaves differently, they are all equally unwelcome.

With more than thirty years of experience in pest control, here at Genie Pest control, we are committed to resolving your pest issues as quickly as possible. Our team of pest control removal experts uses the most up-to-date tools, technologies, and techniques to ensure that your home is free of pests for once and for all.

Here at Genie Pest Control, we offer a range of highly effective commercial and residential pest control solutions. With more than thirty years of pest control experience, we have gained a comprehensive understanding of how these pests gain access to your property, the damage they can cause, the dangers they present and the times of the year that they are most active.