Other Pests Besides Bees Can Sting
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Prevention is key if you want to avoid problems with wasps, especially during the summer months when they are most active.
It is always easier to prevent a problem before it happens, rather than to wait for wasps to invade your home or garden.
The fear of a wasp sting can be so great that it can prevent some people from going outdoors.
You can actively and regularly check your property for signs of nests, to enable early treatment.
You can also make changes to your behavior and how you handle food and drink outdoors to help deter this stinging pest.
Check for nests - Check your home and garden in early spring for nests, early on they will be walnut or golf ball in size - early small nests have fewer wasps and are easier to treat quickly. Look for nests in lofts, garages, sheds, cavity walls or under eaves.
Secure bins - Ensure outside bins have tightly fitting lids. Keep bins at a distance from doors and windows so wasps are not attracted to the contents.
Keep windows and doors shut - To prevent wasps entering inside your home.
Keep safe - If you have spotted a nest, make sure you keep children and pets away from the area.
Get early nest treatment - To keep you and your family safe from painful stings.
Although high numbers of wasps in your home or garden almost certainly means there is a nest nearby, getting rid of a nest may not always be a possible solution.
Need a professional solution for your wasp or hornet nest?
For peace of mind, and to be completely safe from stings, it is safer to let a professional Rentokil Steritech technician treat the nest for you.
Call Rentokil Steritech at 1-800-837-5520 to arrange a visit by your local technician or book online today.