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Wasps are an angry damper on summer plans and nests can grow into a dangerous infestation quickly

Follow these tips when you encounter a wasps nest and call the experts at 1st Pest Control for help with your wasp nest removal!


DO NOT ATTEMPT wasp nest removal alone:

Avoid direct contact with the nest or attempt to remove it yourself. Disturbing the nest can agitate the wasps and increase the risk of stings.

Assess the risk:

evaluate the location of the nest and determine if it poses an immediate threat to you, your family, of your pets. If the nest is far away from high-traffic areas and doesn’t pose an immediate danger. You may choose to leave it alone and monitor the situation.

Keep windows and doors closed:

If the nest is in close proximity to your home and you want to prevent wasps from entering. make sure to keep windows and doors closed. Us weatherstripping to seal any gaps or cracks that may serve as entry points.

Inform others:

ensure that everyone in your household is aware of the presence of the wasp’s nest. Inform them of the dangers of disturbing the nest and the precautions to take if not already informed

Wear protective clothing:

When around an active wasp’s nets wear protective clothing to minimize the risks of stings. Wear thick, long-sleeved clothing, long pants tucked into socks, closed toes shoes, gloves and any other covering you deem to be useful.

Prevent future infestations:

Take preventative measures to discourage future wasps nests. Seal and cracks or openings in your homes exterior to prevent entry. Keep outdoor garbage cans tightly closed and remove any potential food sources that may attract wasps

Wasp nests are very dangerous if handled alone. Contact the experts at 1st Pest Control to request a free quote and get rid of your infestation

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