wasp nest

I have a wasps nest in my wall cavity – Call The Exterminators

Wasps construct wasps in isolated, dry, and dark areas around the house. They usually build nests that are ideally close to food sources and far away from any type of disturbances. Wasps usually make nests in abandoned sheds, under eaves, and even in the garage. Wasps make nests inside wall cavities. Some of these spots…

Can I Block the Entrance to a Wasp Nest

Can I Block the Entrance to a Wasp Nest? (NO!)

Brick walls, as they age, often get mortar holes. These holes are easy to access to come kinds of wasps that are the right size to fit in. These same wasps can enter through plastic roof vents, any opening in a roof, wall, under a deck, in an old rodent burrow or even in your…

When do wasps stop building nests?

When do wasps stop building nests?

Wasp season starts around April and to the warmer months in the summer. It is then when wasps will fully invade an area. The size of the wasp nest starts the size of a tennis ball. During hibernation, the queen will survive while other worker wasps will die off. After the remaining colony stands or…

How to Get Rid of a Wasp Nest Under the Deck

How to Get Rid of a Wasp Nest Under the Deck

Wasps come in a lot of different shapes and sizes. To understand what has infested your deck you will first need to find out what kind of wasps they are. This should be difficult if you have seen them flying around. Yellow jackets imitate bees. They look like bees with tiny waists and long legs…

What are Wasp Nests Made of

What are Wasp Nests Made of?

There are several species of wasps out there, each with their own set of behaviours and nesting techniques. The following lists how yellow jackets, mud daubers, paper wasps, and hornets build their nests. Yellow Jackets There are many wasps and Hornets, which is a colloquial saying to describe a larger more aggressive wasp, which is…

Wasp Nest in Ground – How to Kill a Wasp Nest in the Ground

Ground wasps can become a nuisance, especially if they build their nest just too close to your home. Their stings are very dangerous to allergic people and children. Therefore, once you realize that ground wasps have built a nest or colonized a burrow in your backyard, the most prudent thing is to dig out the…