Payne Pest Management Inc. is a full service pest control company offering pest management to commercial and residential properties in San Diego, Orange, Riverside, Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.

How to Treat a Wasp Sting

Unlike the common honeybee, many wasps have an aggressive manner. Knowing this, it is important to not make even the slightest move that could be perceived as threatening when in the presence of a wasp. If you do happen to be stung by a wasp, watch this educational video for advice on treating the sting.

After being attacked, removal of the stinger should be your top priority. This video offers tips for removing the stinger in a way that minimizes the release of additional venom. Also discussed in this clip is the proper method of washing the wound sustained during the sting. If swelling or redness is severe enough to warrant allergy concerns, seek medical attention immediately.

If the wasp that stung you is not the only one that has been living on your Orange Country property, you should hire a pest control professional to treat your yard and home. To speak with an experienced pest elimination expert in Orange County, call Payne Pest Management at (949) 450-9955. 

The Importance of Getting Regular Pest Inspections for Your Commercial Business

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Left untreated, pest infestations can wreak havoc on a property. If that property is your home, then you risk compromising your home’s hygiene level, sustaining property damage, and putting yourself and others in your household at risk for contracting numerous illnesses. If that property is your business, you, your employees, and your customers face the same risks. Also at stake, however, are the success of your business and your company’s reputation. To better understand the importance of adopting an integrated pest management approach with frequent pest inspections of your commercial property, read on.

Keep Your Facilities Clean

Being free of pests is the mark of a clean and healthy structure. All pests leave excrement behind, which can expose employees or customers to a variety of viruses. Pests also spread bacteria, making it difficult for business owners to maintain a hygienic work atmosphere whenever they are present.

Keep Your Reputation Intact

The impact a pest problem can have on a business depends largely on what type of industry that company belongs to. It also depends on the size of the infestation and the nature of the response taken by the business owner or property manager. A property that is regularly treated for pests is less likely to experience a pest infestation and the accompanying bad press.

Benefit from Your Proactivity

Prevention is vital to keeping termites, cockroaches, rodents, and other pests away from your commercial business facilities. Arrange to have a team of pest control professionals inspect and treat your workplace regularly, and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your business space is protected with preventative treatments.

Detect Pests Immediately

Some pest control professionals offer continuous monitoring as part of their integrated pest management programs. With monitor-driven traps and regular inspections, you can detect the presence of pests as soon as they enter your property. Your professional fumigator can treat your property immediately, keeping property damage and health hazards to a minimum.

Are you an Orange County business owner who is looking for a reliable pest control professional to inspect and treat your property for termites, bed bugs, and other unwanted pests on a regular basis? If so, Payne Pest Management is here for you. To learn more about our commercial pest management solutions, call (949) 450-9955.

What to Do When You Find Bees in Your Yard

Beehive Bee Swarm

Perhaps it is the bizarre way in which they buzz around. Perhaps it is their unique appearance. Perhaps it is the knowledge that bee allergies are among the most common allergies in the United States. Whatever the cause may be, the effect is clear: Bees incite a terrified reaction from many people who come into contact with them. If you discover an infestation of these flying, stinging pests in your yard, take the following steps:

Remain Calm

Panicking in front of a colony of bees is a recipe for disaster. Although it can be difficult to control your natural response, do your best to stay calm and still when you first encounter bees on your property.

Quietly Retreat

Once you have recovered from any initial shock that came with your bee discovery, do your best to quietly walk away from the site of infestation. Make note of where the bees are so that you can tell the pest control professional you hire to remove them from your property.

Find Shelter

As you back away from the bees, find a sheltered area where you will be out of their reach. This should be inside a building or car.

Call a Professional

Do not try to exterminate or remove bees from your property yourself; bee removal is a dangerous task that requires special attire, equipment, and training. Instead, call a pest control professional who offers bee elimination services in your area. Do this as soon as possible.

Notify Others

Once you have arranged to have a professional attend to your pest infestation, notify other members of your household and anyone else who is likely to come in contact with the bees. Let them know where the bees are located and when a pest control professional is scheduled to come to the rescue.

Have you discovered a bee hive or wasp nest on your Orange County property? With 35 years of pest control experience, Payne Pest Management has the tools and the experience necessary to safely and efficiently remove stinging insects from your property. To arrange for expedient and thorough pest control services, give us a call today at (949) 450-9955.

Watch This Video To Learn About Different Termite Treatment Options

When you meet with a pest control professional about the termite problem on your property, you will discover that you have a number of treatment options. Most methods of termite control fall under two categories: spot treatment and whole house fumigation.

This video sheds some light on the advantages provided by whole house fumigation, especially in cases of drywood termite infestation. Using a reliable treatment formula such as Dow AgroSciences’ Vikane, a pest control professional can achieve better results than he or she could with any spot treatment method.

If you are an Orange County resident who desires the peace of mind that comes with knowing that the termite fumigation treatment carried out on your property will eliminate 100% of the termite population present, call Payne Pest Management today at (949) 450-9955. For more information about our services, visit us online.

Don't Let Pests Get The Best Of You. Check Out These Helpful Links!

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If our recent blog posts have been of interest to you, the links provided below contain information about pest prevention and treatment that you may find helpful. To arrange to have your Orange County home or office building inspected by an experienced pest control professional, call Payne Pest Management at (949) 450-9955.

  • Read about diseases carried and transmitted to humans by the common pigeon at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s website.
  • Check out this article to learn more about the importance of pest prevention at any business.
  • You can learn more about identifying and eliminating cockroaches from your property at this Alliance For Healthy Homes’ webpage.
  • For tips on protecting yourself from bee stings and information on what you should do if you or someone you love has an allergic reaction to a bee sting, visit
  • Find out how roaches sneak across your home’s thresholds by reading this article at
  • Visit to learn more about human allergies to bee stings, as well as to other insect bites and stings.
  • Find out how avian influenza is transmitted at this page from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • At, you may be able to find the answers to the questions you have about bee infestation.
  • Learn more about how birds spread diseases with this Smithsonian National Zoological Park resource.
  • This Yahoo! Voices article offers more tips for avoiding a nasty sting the next time you encounter a bee.

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