It may seem a little early to start thinking about the summer but without doubt, wasps can prove to be the most problematic of pests during the summer months. Potentially, as well as being annoying, the presence of wasps can actually be dangerous and it because of this that it is crucial to call in the experts who will quickly and efficient tackle the problem.
If you have ever had the misfortune to be stung by a wasp, you will understand how painful it can be. Now multiply this pain several times and you can see why caution should be employed. If you were to disturb a wasp nest, there may be hundreds, possibly even thousands of wasps who are very likely to react in an aggressive manner if their nest is disturbed. For this reason alone, no chances should ever be taken
Wasps are considered dangerous in regular homes, wasps and regular homes should never co-exist. Not only will these insects bother us, they could also cause certain diseases because of their stings. If nothing is done about them when they start existing at homes, they could easily invade a house which could even cause damage. Social wasps often like to make nests inside the roof spaces of homes, offices and other property, this can cause huge problems as they can sting humans they come into contact with. There are a number of successful wasp nest removal methods which all involve the use of taking precautions such as high quality equipment and safety measures.
The key to effective wasp nest removal in any place is to locate its nest and effectively remove them. Wasps produce paper pulp nests which can be located in a wide variety of places, ranging from a tree to an attic. It is possible that there may even be more than one wasp nest in the area so in order for us to establish the full extent of the problem, we conduct a survey of the area surrounding area to monitor the wasps and their habits before deciding on the most effective course of action.
Once the wasp nest (or nests) has been located, swift treatment with a special insecticide will be implemented. Following on from this the wasps will either die or leave the nest and will not return. If you find you have an ongoing problem we can also take preventative measures in order to deter future wasps and wasp nests.
Spraying the wasp nest is a lot trickier than you might think. To effectively remove or destroy wasp nest, timing is everything. Wasps are inactive at night and they really respond well to light. Any treatment or attempt in removing wasp nest should be done at night with as little light as possible. Avoiding direct contact with a flashlight as wasps will immediately sense the light and leave their nests.
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