It is now the end of April and queen wasps are waking up from their winter hibernation.
In a few weeks, small wasp nests will appear (see picture) in any area around houses such as a garden shed, attics, eaves, trees, wall cavities and even under the ground.
First of all, you should not go near a wasp nest unless you are completely sure that you are not allergic to wasp stings. An anaphylactic reaction is life threatening even with medical help.
If the wasp nest is small enough and easy to reach, you may be able to treat it with a spray, after making sure you wear some protection for your face, hands and ankles.
Wasps are very protective of their nest and approaching a wasp nest can be incredibly dangerous if the wasps suspect they are being attacked.
You should also treat the wasp nest as early as possible in the season before it gets too big, with thousands of wasps inside.
Once the nest has been treated, you can remove it after a few days, being careful as some wasps may be still inside it and not completely dead.
If the wasp nest is in a difficult to reach location or in a confined space, e.g. inside an attic or wall or underground level, you should not take a chance and get professional help. If wasps get alerted of your approach, they will fight in swarms, and each of them can sting multiple times.
DIY Wasp nest removal can represent a health and safety risk. The Wasp Specialist technicians are experts in wasp nest removal. Regardless of the location and the size of the wasp nest, we can remove it safely. Our wasp nest treatments are also fully guaranteed!
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