Wasp Nest Removal – what is involved
Wasps hibernate over the winter period usually only the Queen will survive and lay her eggs. Other wasps can be very aggressive during the winter months, with the cold season they can take shelter in your home, in attics, under floor boards especially places which are dry and hold the heat. Sprays will kill wasps but seldom solve the problem. The way wasp removal that is carried out is not actually to destroy the nest. In fact, as wasps very rarely re-use their nest, it can be left where it is.
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Instead, a special powder is either injected into the nest, or left at the entrance, so that as the wasps come and go they pick it up on their feet. This powder kills the wasps, and as they all have to come back to or leave the nest, it ensures that it gets all of them. This is the safest and most effective wasp removal technique, and can only be carried out by pest control professionals because you have to be qualified to get access to the material necessary to do this. The process is quick, and always effective, meaning that it won’t be long before your nightmare with wasps is over.
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