Wasps Pest Control

Wasps are social insects that belong to the Hymenoptera order and are closely related to bees and ants. They are characterised by their slender body, narrow waist, and distinctive black and yellow stripes. While most species of wasps are solitary and harmless, some species are highly aggressive and can deliver painful stings.

Wasp nests are typically made of paper-like material, which is a mixture of chewed wood and saliva. The nests can be found in trees, bushes, under eaves, loft spaces, garden sheds, outbuildings and in any other sheltered areas. If disturbed, wasps can become highly aggressive and sting repeatedly, causing intense pain, swelling, and in some cases, anaphylaxis.

As a pest control company, it is important to safely and effectively remove wasp nests to prevent injury to humans and pets. Professional pest control experts can help identify wasp nests, safely remove them, and implement measures to prevent future infestations.

Common signs of wasp infestation