The most effective way to get rid of wasps or hornets is to treat the main cause of the problem – the nest. Removing a nest can be very dangerous as wasps inside the nest will feel threatened and often become aggressive. This could cause them to sting you and others as they defend their nest and young.
To get rid of wasps you do not need to remove the nest right away, but you do need to treat it and the nesting wasps. To reduce the risk of wasp stings to you and your family, call us for treatment. Our effective treatments and solutions will eliminate the wasps and keep you safe from the threat of stings.
Wasps are looking for shelter, so one of the main reasons they may be attracted to your home is because they found somewhere that they feel safe. Any insulated walls, cracks, or crevices make for the perfect place for a wasp to build its nest. In the colder months, a queen wasp will look for a warm, safe spot to hibernate, and any opening in your home will do the trick.
Sealing off any wasp entry/nesting points in your home is the best solution to stop wasps from building nests on your property. Check your house for any torn screens, openings near vents, or cracks around shutters, window frames, or doors, as these are all places where wasps will try to get in and build a nest.