When you are trying to get rid of a wasp nest that has appeared on your property, it’s important that you understand safety is always the first priority. Relying on professional expertise and professional safety equipment is always the best way to remove wasp nest without causing any damage to the property or to you.
However, it is possible to remove a wasp nest on your own. We do not recommend that and we think it’s best for you if you avoid DIY wasp nest removal as there is a huge amount of risk that is associated with this. It is also normal that as a regular house owner you are not aware of the steps and the precautions that are must for removing the wasp nest.
If you see a wasp nest do not take any chances because trying to knock down or using another method might backfire and you might end up being under an attack.
At Pestpure Solutions, we know how to find nests and use the right safety equipment, and help treatments. We also help in sealing up any entry points that allow wasp into your property for helping in the prevention process. So, leave the wasp nest removal to the professionals at Pestpure Solutions.
Do’s of a Wasp Removal
First of all, ensure that you are not allergic to wasps. If you are then you better stay away from the nest. If you are not then you can try out the DIY maintaining the safety measures.
First, approach the wasp nest slowly and quietly at might time.
Take a garbage bag and cover the wasp nest slowly with it.
Detach the nest from the wall or the tree and seal the bag immediately.
Throw the garbage bag in an outside garbage can that has a tightly fitted lid, preferably away from your house.
Don’ts of a Wasp Removal
Never burn a wasp nest. Using fire to remove a wasp nest is a very dangerous task and not a successful way of eradicating the wasps. Wasp nests are made from a thin papery substance produced by chewing wood into pulp making it extremely flammable so, avoid burning a wasp.
A flooding wasp nest is also not a great way for the removal. The wasps will become vicious and they will tend to attack you.
Hitting a wasp nest with a baseball bat will also have similar effects like flooding so, if you want to be safe, then don’t try to mess with the wasps in any way.
It’s always best that you call the professionals for best results.