Yellow jackets can be considered the most dangerous stinging insect in the United States. They will usually sting if their nest is disturbed. Their nests are generally located underground, beneath rocks, in walls, crawl spaces, and behind the siding of buildings. One queen bee usually starts colonies in the spring and by midsummer, a colony has grown to become a nuisance. Unlike the honeybee, which stings only one time and then dies, a single yellow jacket can sting many times. These stings can be life-threatening to persons who are allergic to the venom.
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Franklin Pest Control is located on 256 Seaboard Ln Suite A-102, Franklin.
From Nashville International Airport (BNA) head south on Terminal Dr and use the 2nd from the right lane to turn slightly right to stay on Terminal Dr. Then keep left to continue on BNA Arriving Flights and use any lane to turn slightly left onto Terminal Dr. Next, keep left to stay on Terminal Dr and merge onto I-40 W. After that use the left 3 lanes to take exit 213A for I-440 W toward Memphis and continue onto I-440 W. At this point use the middle lane to take exit 5 for I-65 S/I-65 N toward Huntsville/Nashville and keep left at the fork, follow signs for Interstate 65 S/Huntsville and merge onto I-65 S. Take exit 68B for Cool Springs Blvd W and merge onto Cool Springs Blvd. Finally, turn right onto Mallory Ln and turn left onto Mallory Station Rd. Turn left onto Seaboard Ln, turn left and Franklin Pest Control will be on your right.
We are open Monday – Thursday 8am – 6pm, Friday 8am – 12pm.
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