Wasps are one of the most common pests that we deal with, and being stung by one can be extremely painful. While wasps aren’t known to carry any diseases, there is always the risk of suffering a severe allergic reaction after being stung. To prevent this, it’s really important to have the wasp population on your property professionally controlled – which means taking action as soon as you spot a nest.
So where do wasps like to nest? Their nests are most commonly found in lofts and soffits, and a clue to their presence is if you notice wasps constantly flying in and out of your property. They can also be found in sheds and other outbuildings, so be sure to check those too.
What does a nest look like? Well, many people describe them as having a papery appearance, and they are grey in colour and are shaped like a balloon. You’ll often be able to see intricate, swirling patterns from the outside too. Not sure if what you are looking at is a wasp’s nest? Then give us a call, so one of our wasp pest control specialists can come and take a look.
We have been practicing pest control our whole lives, so it’s safe to say that we know what we’re doing. We work with both commercial and domestic clients, and expertly tailor our service to suit the requirements of each job. If you want to find out more, please do reach out to us today.