12 Apr. 17

Removing Wasps’ Nests

Wasps’ Nests

If you spot the presence of wasps around your area, the first thing that needs to be done is to locate the nest. Normally, a wasps’ nest could be perched on a tree, lodged in a crevice in your guttering or pathway or even wedged inside a hole in your wall. Wasps will build their nests in practically any environment where they can easily navigate the outdoors to hunt for food and water. Killing wasps can be a formidable task and may need the attention of professional pest controllers.

Before you get stung, call on a wasp specialist to help you find the nest. As mentioned above, wasps’ nests are situated in hard-to-reach places. Standard wasp removal involves spraying the nest with chemicals to exterminate the population.

Why You Should Hire Professionals For Removal

Now, do not act hasty and destroy the nest as soon as you see it. Killing wasps by spraying their nests is harder than it looks. If you do this on your own, you could end up endangering yourself. The chances of being subjected to several wasp stings is very likely. Unlike bees, wasps do not die when they sting nor leave their stinger behind. As a result, they can sting you repeatedly.

Removing Wasps' Nests

Removing Wasps’ Nests

So go ahead and sign up for our wasp removal service. The team at Masters Pest Control Sydney is equipped with lances that have an extended reach to shoot insecticides. We make sure to wipe out the entire colony first before proceeding to take out the nest.

Get rid of wasps with our help today! Give us a call on 02 8007 4666 and we will make our way to your location immediately.