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Bees and Wasps

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Bees and Wasps

By: citypest

February 10, 2024


Wasps are highly defensive insects that can pose significant risks if provoked. While they may resemble bees in appearance, they differ in behavior and do not produce honey. Instead, wasps primarily feed on other insects and nectar, making them valuable pollinators in their own right.

When disturbed or threatened, wasps are capable of delivering painful stings, and they are adept at doing so. Their stings contain venom that can cause intense pain, swelling, and allergic reactions in some individuals. Young children, in particular, are vulnerable to severe and potentially life-threatening allergic reactions if stung by an angry wasp.

Spotting a wasp nest in your backyard or vicinity can be alarming, but attempting to remove it without proper knowledge and equipment can be extremely dangerous. Wasps are highly territorial and will aggressively defend their nest if they perceive it to be under threat. DIY attempts at wasp nest removal can easily result in multiple stings and increased risk of injury.

Therefore, it is strongly advisable to seek professional assistance for wasp nest removal. Pest control professionals possess the expertise, experience, and specialized equipment necessary to safely and effectively eliminate wasp nests without putting yourself or others at risk.

Professional wasp nest removal typically involves:

  1. Assessment: A thorough inspection of the property to locate and assess the size and location of the wasp nest.
  2. Treatment: Utilization of appropriate methods and insecticides to neutralize the wasp nest and eradicate the colony. This may involve using specialized equipment such as protective clothing and insecticidal sprays.
  3. Removal: Once the wasps have been eliminated, the nest is carefully removed from the premises to prevent any future reinfestation.
  4. Prevention: Recommendations for preventative measures to deter future wasp activity and nest formation, such as sealing entry points and implementing deterrents.

By entrusting the task of wasp nest removal to trained professionals, you can ensure the safety of yourself, your family, and your property, while effectively addressing the presence of these potentially dangerous pests.

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A surveyor comes to check up on the situation and the property. What the technician looks for: how big is the nest, how high it is, can the nest be easily reached and sprayed


To treat a wasp nest the team sprays it with a powder which neutralises the wasps quickly. The exterminator wears protective gear so there's no danger of being attacked


Wasp control usually requires a single visit only. You can request a follow-up visit if you're worried wasps may return to your property


The exterminator will let you know some tips and actions you can do to protect your home from future wasp infestation

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