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Getting Rid of Wasp and Hornets:Wasps Control
Treating hornets and other wasps should be done at night, without shaking or disturbing the nest. You will need a Specialized professionals of Wasps Control services like Pest zone Experts..

  • Care should be taken when spraying directly on trees and bushes. If you spray on a house, it is recommended that you clean the area the next day, because of their oil bases.
  • When dealing with social wasps, such as hornets, wear protective equipment including a bee hat, long-sleeved shirt, coveralls, eyewear, and gloves.
  • Locate the wasp nest by examining all protected areas in the vicinity of wasp activity. Just removing the wasp nest will not resolve the problem, because surviving wasps will reconstruct a new one.
  • The best strategy is to treat the wasp nest at night when all the workers and queen are present. Spraying into hornets nests should ALWAYS be done at night. They are far less aggressive and are all at home. This tactic maximizes the effect of the pesticide application by killing most if not all of the wasps. If treatment is made at night, avoid shining a light directly on the nest or use a red filter on the flashlight to dim the shine.
  • Daytime treatments are successful when the wasp nest is treated, or if the wasps present on the nest are killed. Then, the wasp nest is removed, and the attachment area treated. Returning workers looking for the wasp nest contact the residual and die. Complete the job by removing the wasp nest, particularly if it is in an attic, wall void, etc. This service prevents secondary infestations by dermestids or other pests.
    After treatment of the wasps/hornets nests, continue to monitor the area for wasp activity.

    Control Tips  

  • Hornets and Yellow Jackets are far more challenging and dangerous to control than paper wasps.
  • The best time to treat is at night, when the hornets and wasps are less aggressive.
  • Hornets nests have a single opening, usually toward the bottom, where the wasps enter and exit.
  • It is essential that the paper envelope of the nest not be broken open during treatment or the angry wasps will scatter in all directions, causing even greater problems.
  • A full wasp suit sealed at the wrists, ankles, and collar is recommended when disposing of a hornet nest.
  • Treatment of wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets is best performed at night; paper wasps can be eliminated during the daytime provided you do not stand directly below the nest during treatment.
  • Most wasp and hornet sprays cause insects to drop instantly when contacted by the insecticide.
  • Standing directly below a nest increases one's risk of being stung.
  • Spraying into wasp nests should ALWAYS be done at night. Wasps are far less aggressive and are all at home. Caution should be taken when inspecting wasps nest during the day.
    Wasps Nests
    Wasps Nests vary in size, shape and locations. They can be enclosed or open. Some are found under eaves, and others like yellow jackets are located in the ground. Typical areas include, around bushes or trees, under eaves, under exterior fixtures, around door and window frames. Wasps will seek locations that are left undisturbed to build their nests.

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