Wasp Infestation Pest Control
Often vicious, wasps are a dreaded pest that nobody wants near their home. After they’ve established a nest on your property, wasps see it as their territory, which means they view you as the invader.
Because of this, getting too close to the nest can result in dozens of stings. That’s bad enough—and worse if you’re allergic to them.
Fortunately, removing a wasp nest from your property is doable. While there are some products available to consumers that can help temporarily mitigate wasp activity, professional wasp nest removal is the best guarantee for safe, effective, long-term results.
Can Wasps Really Hurt Your Home?
An aggressive and territorial pest, wasps have the potential to cause havoc throughout your home.
The majority of wasps prefer to build nests on old wood, but they can—and will—infest new wood, too. The longer a nest remains attached to a structure, the more difficult it is to remove and the more damage it can cause.
One of the major difficulties associated with wasp infestations is wasps’ innate tendency to attack. At the bare minimum, if you get in their way they’ll attack, potentially in swarms, with painful stings. At the worse end of the scale, their stings can trigger allergic reactions such as anaphylaxis.
The presence of a wasp nest restricts your enjoyment of your home, but it doesn’t have to. First, know what to look for.