If you have a Wasp Nest problem, don’t wait any longer, get your FREE of charge, no obligation survey carried out by a fully qualified professional, who will provide you with an immediate solution.
The early sign of a wasp nest is extensive wasp activity in a specific location either surrounding your house, garage or outbuildings. Once you have identified that you have a wasp nest, the quicker you treat it the better, as this will reduce the potential of a painful wasp sting, which in certain cases can cause severe reactions such as anaphylactic shock.
There are DIY wasp nest solutions, but these are not as powerful nor effective as those applied by qualified professionals. Remember wasps protect their nests and will attack you it they believe that you are trying to destroy it.
Wasps start to build their nests in spring after they emerge from their winter hibernation. The nests are made from wood pulp and saliva. Initially the building of the nest is started by a queen wasp and is relatively small, about the size of a golf ball as the number of wasps increase the nest expand in size to the size of a football or even larger.
Wasps like to build nests in your home. They can enter your home through holes in walls and gaps in roofing tiles. A favourite location for a wasp nest in your attic. Nests can also be found in sheds and garages. Wasps will even build their nests in tree trunks and the ground.
Wasps nests vary in size from a few hundred wasps to over twenty thousand.
Wasp Nests are a real pain and can be dangerous too. Wasps not only ruin the pleasure of your garden, but they can also damage untreated woodwork, including sheds and garden furniture. Their stings are painful and some people react violently to being stung with several people dying from Anaphylactic Shock each year.
In August and September Wasp numbers are at their peak. Just one Wasp can cause many of us to run around hysterically waving our arms in the air, imagine what a whole nest could do?
At Lawnscience our Pest Control professionals are fully qualified in the control of Wasp Nests and the safe use of insecticides.
If you are suffering with Wasp Nests or other lawn and garden pests, contact us NOW. One of our fully qualified professionals will be happy to arrange your FREE of charge, no obligation survey, during which they will identify any issues and provide you with a fully costed solution to consider.