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Pest control with Pamther in the Var and Alpes-Maritimes departments

Pamther specializes in pest control and disinfection, and has been operating for many years in the Var and Alpes-Maritimes departments. We offer professional pest control services to ensure a safe and healthy environment.

Wasps and hornets: a nuisance to be taken seriously

Wasps and hornets can cause many problems when they are present in your environment. Their stings are painful and can be dangerous for allergy sufferers. So it’s important to treat these pests properly.

Length: 2 to 3 cm.
Appearance: Black and yellow striped abdomen, brown thorax, 4 wings.
Lifespan: Born in spring, dies in late autumn. The queen survives the winter.
Habitat: Lives in tree trunks, bushes, barns, attics or hollow walls.
Diet: Live insects and sap. No attraction to human food.

The Hornet is a large insect, 2 to 3 centimetres long, with 2 pairs of wings enabling it to fly at speeds of up to 21km/h. Its abdomen is striped with black and yellow bands, its thorax is brownish, and its antennae are short and detached from the body. On its large head, its elongated eyes have thousands of facets.

Length: 10 to 19 mm.
Appearance: Abdomen striped black and yellow, thorax with 6 legs and 4 wings.
Lifespan: Queens lay eggs in spring and give birth to workers in summer, who die in winter.
Habitat: Lives in attics, wall cavities, old rodent burrows, hollow trees and bushes.
Diet: insects and sweet foods.

The wasp is between 10 and 19 millimeters in size, with a head equipped with mandibles and a pair of antennae, eyes composed of three infrared ocelli, a six-legged thorax, four membranous wings and a black-and-yellow striped abdomen with a sting at the tip connected to a venom gland.

It's important to know that bees are protected and no treatment to eradicate them is authorized. If you find any bees, call a beekeeper who will come and collect them.

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Bees: preserving their ecological importance

Bees play a crucial role in pollinating plants and are essential to maintaining the balance of our ecosystem. At Pamther, we respect and protect bees. If you have a swarm of bees on your property, we’ll work with local beekeepers to move them safely to a suitable location.

Pamther's expertise at your service

When you choose Pamther, you benefit from the expertise of a company specialized in pest control. We assess each situation in depth, identify the pest species present and propose the most appropriate solutions. Our team is on hand to answer your questions, advise you and implement effective, long-lasting treatments.

A healthy and safe environment thanks to Pamther

Don’t let wasps, hornets and other pests disrupt your daily routine. Trust Pamther for professional pest control services in the Var and Alpes-Maritimes departments. Contact us today for more information, to schedule a service or to discuss your specific needs. Together, we’ll create a healthy, safe and pest-free environment. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we’ll do our utmost to provide you with effective, long-lasting solutions.

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At Pamther, we have different methods and techniques for treating wasps and hornets, depending on the situation and the severity of the infestation. Our certified applicators are trained to apply treatments safely and effectively.

Liquid spraying is one of the most common methods used to eliminate wasps and hornets. A specific product is sprayed onto nests and areas of insect activity. This product acts quickly to eliminate the wasps and hornets present.

Powder spraying is another method used to control wasps and hornets. A special powder is applied to nests and infested areas. This powder adheres to the insects and gradually eliminates them.

Fumigation is a treatment method used in cases of severe infestation or when nests are located in hard-to-reach areas. A fumigant is used to generate smoke that penetrates the nests, eliminating the wasps and hornets present.

At Pamther, we attach great importance to prevention and follow-up. Once we’ve treated your environment for wasps, hornets or other pests, we give you advice on how to avoid future infestations. This may include recommendations on waste management, eliminating food and water sources, and sealing potential entry points.

We also offer regular follow-up contracts to ensure ongoing vigilance and preventive intervention. These periodic visits enable us to check the effectiveness of previous treatments, detect any new infestation and act swiftly to eliminate it.

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