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Chequerbent Wasp Nest Removal
While it's sometimes possible to handle certain types of minor pest control yourself without calling in a professional pest control service, wasps are a completely different story.
A single wasp queen is able to lay more than 100 eggs at a time. And you only need one wasp to set up your property for a wasp infestation in a matter of days. When this occurs, you might not even be able to sleep until you have called in an expert wasp exterminator.
Once wasps have found a perfect spot to build a nest, they become extremely defensive. They sometimes even go so far as to lay eggs in a nearby hive so they can take it over. That is why, if you have a wasp problem, you need a professional wasp exterminator. Full stop. If you are not convinced yet, keep on reading.
Four reasons why you should not attempt to tackle a wasp problem yourself
1. Wasps get agitated easily
Don't have any illusions: wasps are neither as cute nor as friendly as bumblebees. If you disturb them, you will quickly find out that they don't try to evade you. In fact, they tend to swarm and attack.
Even the smallest bump to a wasp hive might trigger a single wasp, which can then go on to rile up all the other members of the hive. And once they have been alerted you will find out that being attacked by a swarm of angry wasps is not child's play.
Not only are wasp stings surprisingly painful, but you could easily end up in the nearest emergency room.
2. The problem might be much worse than you initially thought
Although the visible part of a wasp nest can often be found in a conspicuous area, if there are cracks between your walls, in your foundation, or even behind the frame of your wooden house, the biggest part of the wasp nest could be hidden from sight. It's only when you start tampering with it that you will find out the true extent of the problem - and then it might be too late.
Without the right equipment and tools, you might remove only the visible part of the wasp nest, in the process merely making it easier for the bigger group to get in and out.
3. One has to be persistent
Purchasing a wasp spray will in most cases not address the root cause of the problem. If your office or home has been infested for a few days, it's already too late for a DIY solution. You will have to call in a professional Chequerbent Wasp Nest Removal Service who can investigate the true extent of the problem and suggest the most appropriate solution. They are trained to handle wasp infestations of any size.
Should you prefer this, there are Hornet and Wasp Control services that specialize in removing the wasp queen and taking her to a different location. When she moves, the hive will typically follow - and voila! you have just managed to get rid of a wasp nest.
4. To get rid of wasp nests you need the right tools
Look at it this way: part of the wasp nest removal cost is that you are buying peace of mind. In the world of hornet and wasp control, there are many dangerous insecticides. Members of the public often don't even know of their existence, and even if they do, it's very unlikely they would know how to use them effectively and safely.
If, for example, you prefer a more eco-friendly option, your Chequerbent Wasp Nest Removal Service will be able to suggest one. And they will know exactly what tools to use, and when to use them.
The bottom line
If there is a wasp nest in or near your property, you, your children and your loved ones' lives could be in danger. Wasps are wily, relentless and aggressive. And without the necessary knowledge, skills, and tools you might simply make matters worse. Wasp nest removal cost is negligible when compared to what could happen when things go wrong.