When it comes to pest control, some may be surprised that wasps can be deemed a problem.
However, if anyone has had to contend with a problematic wasp nest in the past, they will know of the worries that come with it.
Sure, wasps only attack when they feel threatened, but this doesn’t mean its stings are always justified.
What’s more, social wasps will release a pheromone to other nearby wasps that can lead them into an attack frenzy.
Those who are allergic to wasp stings also need to be careful, because a sting could bring the onset of anaphylaxis, a reaction to wasp stings that can be life-threatening.
It’s also worth noting that children, the elderly and household pets can also suffer more than others when it comes to wasp stings.
Even those that are healthy and have no allergies to wasp will find that a sting can be painful and problematic, which is why wasp removal in Glasgow can be so important.
Wasps in the home are bad enough, but it if you find a cluster of wasps within business premises, that it’s important to ensure it is dealt with sooner rather than later, especially if you’re a business that deals with customers on the premises.
Not only could they make a customer’s visit uncomfortable, but it could also mean that the business is being left negative reviews as a result.
As such, any signs of wasps in a business should be dealt with in the first instance.
Is Removal of All Wasp Nests a Necessity?
It would be easy to assume that to eradicate the threat of wasps, the removal of all wasp nests is a given, but this isn’t the case.
Wasp nests can only be removed if they pose a threat to those in the vicinity.
Enlisting the services of a professional is essential, as it ensures that wasp nest can be removed, and ensures it can be done without further antagonising the problem.
Trying to contend with a wasp’s nest needs a specialist approach, and simply trying to know the wasps’ nest down will do more harm than good and do little to correct the issue.
Avoiding Wasp Infestation
Any pest controller can advise that wasps can set up nests almost anywhere, so prevention is key. The following is an overview of some of the preventative steps that can be taken in relation to a wasps nest
Locking the Windows and Doors
Even something as simple as locking the windows and doors can be enough to prevent a wasp infestation.
Ensures That Bins are Kept Shut
Wasps love rubbish when it comes to finding meals, and open bins can mean that you’re met with an infestation.
Doing Sporadic Checks for Nests
Not every wasp problem will make itself known before the problem becomes difficult to contend with, so checking the property sporadically for wasp nests can help eradicate the problem before it becomes overwhelming.