Having a problem with wasps?
Our pest control technicians are experienced in the identification and safe treatment of wasps & their nests.
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While wasps play a useful role in the environment they can inflict very painful stings. Paper wasps are quite common around properties and can sting repeatedly if disturbed.
European wasps are particularly dangerous as they will attack en-masse. Do not approach a suspected European wasp nest.
Residual surface sprays will repel wasps but it is practically almost impossible to effectively treat every potential site and prevent them from nesting somewhere on the property.
Control generally involves treating the wasps when they become established. Eradication of paper wasps is not difficult to achieve if access allows, however protective clothing and personal protective equipment is required to prevent being stung in the process. Treatment is best carried out near dawn or dusk when all individuals are likely to be in the nest.
Do not approach a suspected European wasp nest.
We offer a complete service in the eradication of wasps from your home which include:
1. Inspection – Fully inspect your home to find all wasp harbourages and report findings to you
2. Aerosol – This treatment involves flushing crevices and cracks
3. Surface Sprays - can be applied directly to nests
4. Removal – and destruction of the wasps nest
5. Pest-free Advice – Once the eradication treatment is complete we will advise you on how to help reduce future problems.
Paper wasps are the common species found around our homes. The European wasp is a foreign invader and when identified should be reported to the Department of Agriculture.
Wasps are insects belonging to the order Hymenoptera (membrane wing) along with bees and ants.
Some of them are solitary while others live in colonies of up to thousands of individuals. Most wasps are parasitic but some have developed a venomous sting which they use to paralyse their prey.
They provide a minor role in the pollination of flowers and are useful in the control of insect pests. Those that sting however can be annoying pests themselves, particularly when they make their nests around homes.
Address: 25 Resource Way,
Malaga, Perth WA. 6090
Postal: PO Box 1756,
Malaga, Perth WA. 6944
Fax: (08) 9443 9881