How to remove a wasp nest from your attic

How to remove a wasp nest from your attic

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When you are removing a wasp nest near your house you want to make sure that you are aware of the fact that the queen is key and that you are sure in knowing that every slight agitation can lead to wasps attacking you. It is important to know that there is a possibility of getting stung by wasps. The wasps will put everything on the line to protect the queen and the colony as a whole. In these cases, the best way to proceed is to contact a professional wasp control expert to avoid getting hurt. 

If you suspect a wasp presence anywhere near or on your property, contact wasp removal Toronto for quick and safe removal.

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Exterminators have years of specialized training and experience that gives the know-how to deal with any pest problem or wasp problem no matter the extent and the size of the wasp nest. One must be careful and realize that the attic is a confined space, which makes the likelihood of getting stung by wasps even higher than removing wasps from the outdoor. It is therefore advised that you have the proper tools and protective personal equipment in place to safely remove the nest. Not having these can lead to serious injury. The first step in removing a wasp nest is to choose the right insecticide. Insecticides come in several forms such as in powder form or spray. Before attempting to remove the nest physically, first spray or scatter the powder in and around the nest to paralyze wasps inhabiting the nest. The insecticide can disorient the wasps and make them unable to move.  

If you do not know or have difficulty locating the nest, it is important to observe and track the flight path to find out where the wasps are flying in and out from. If you know that you are allergic to stings, call a reputable pest control service to prevent unnecessary bodily harm to you and the ones around you at a reasonable price. Wasps are usually active during the warmer months and when nests are found in attics it can cause structural damage when it is deeply embedded with the chance of compromising the structural integrity of the attic. As the nest grows in size, the problem grows along with it creating a bigger obstacle in removing the nest. It is therefore strongly advised to hire reputable professionals that can remove the nest quickly and efficiently as possible. 

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Joe The Exterminator
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Joe is a professional pest control exterminator with over 15 years of experience and enjoys sharing his knowledge about different pests and how you can deal with them.