Wasps are related to bees (in fact bees evolved from wasps), but have a different role in our ecosystem. They prey on pests that attack our gardens and crops and are food for birds. They can be social and form nests or solitary.
The wasp family, includes Yellow Jackets, Paper Wasps, Sand Wasps, Mud Daubers, Various Hornets, and many others.
Wasps can be distinguished from bees by their pointed abdomens and a narrow "waist" called a petiole. They come in many different colors and have furless legs since they don't collect pollen. another big difference is that Wasps don't lose their stinger and can sting you many times when threatened.
Their nests are also made differently, instead of using a waxy substance they use wood fibers that they chewed with their mandibles to form a pulp.
The removal of wasps depends on the type and where located. Please call for more information and a quote.