Wasp Pest Control | Greater Salt Lake City, Utah

Why Choose Beeline Pest Control?

Our talented team of Utah pest control technicians are expert in the art of wasp control and know how to force wasps to leave your property in a hurry. If you want to hire a pest control company you can trust, contact us right away. We will begin by conducting a thorough inspection of your home to check for wasps and then map out a plan to eliminate them.

Call Beeline Pest Control today to assess the size and growth of your wasp infestation. We will work quickly and safely to return your home back to a wasp-free zone.

Beeline Pest Control has served the state of Utah for over 20 years. Call now for your quick FREE quote.

Hornets and Wasps and Bees... Oh my!
   How do I know which one I have?


Regular old Paper Wasps are the most common kind we get here in Utah. Nearly every home in Utah has at least one nest on it but we often see homes with anywhere from 5 to 25 nests on them. Learn more about Wasps

Yellow Jackets

Yellow Jackets may look a lot like the common Utah Paper Wasp, but their nest have quite a different meaning for your family. Learn more about Yellow Jackets



The common honey bee is the “friendliest” on this list of stinging pests. They are the least likely to sting your family. Learn more about Bees


Hornets in Utah can usually be identified by their nest or hive. They build a large football shaped nest like the one in the picture above. These nests are usually hanging in a tree, but can sometimes be hanging on structure such as your home, shed or playset. Learn more about Hornets


Wasps are a very prevalent in Utah and are a major concern for residents. Not only do they set up a home in the most inconvenient places, they are territorial and the pain associated with their stings can be frustrating. Because they travel together, usually when you have one wasp you have a hundred. Find out the quickest solutions to getting rid of the wasps at your home with professional wasp nest removal.

  • Check areas where nests can be built. Prevent them from building larger nests by removing small nests at first sight.
  • Put a light in spaces where wasps like to gather and keep it on during the day. This will scare them away from that area.
  • Make sure to seal off any area where wasps nest, cover all soffits.

The average nest will have between 5 and 15 wasps using it. In the late fall we sometimes see nests 3 to 4 times that size.
These wasps will build nests anywhere that they think looks like a spot that is protected from the rain and sun. You will see them on your home under the eaves, behind the shutters, under the deck, under light fixtures, under loose siding.
Our treatment includes the use of a truck-mounted power sprayer to treat all the areas where we can see wasp nests and all the areas that we commonly see nest built, even if a nest hasn’t been built there yet at the time of service.

If you do find a nest that is larger than your fist it is time to call in pest control professionals. We offer both commercial and residential pest control services. Do not put yourself or your family at risk in trying to handle these annoying wasps by yourself. Beeline Pest Control serves customers quickly and professionally. We provide services in Salt Lake City, Ogden, Orem, Sandy, Provo, South Jordan, and other areas in Utah. To find out more about our services, visit our ‘Contact Us’ page and fill out the form or call us at

Beeline Pest Control has served the state of Utah for over 20 years. Call now for your quick FREE quote.


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Reviews from Utah Residents

I have had Beeline spraying my house for several years now. Adam is the best to work with. Very knowledgeable, thorough, respectful of my home and friendly. If you have any bug issues, I would highly recommend calling.

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Tanner is very efficient and pleasant to work with. He has treated our properties several times. We started using Beeline several years ago when we had an ant problem in our house. Since we started using Beeline, we don’t have that problem any longer.

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