Wasp Control Brisbane
There are more than 100,000 identified species of Wasps around the world.
Some are social and live in vast colonies whilst the vast majority are solitary.Adult solitary wasps spend most of their time in preparing their nests and foraging for food for their young, mostly insects or spiders.
The native Australian paper wasps are very common and tend to build their nests in and around houses-predominantly on the sheltered side. The nests are shaped like inverted cones, and consist of a cluster of hexagonal cells made from wood fibre mixed with saliva.
Paper wasps can deliver painful stings, but are not as aggressive as European Wasps. They normally only attack humans if their nest is disturbed. If stings are multiple, a more severe systemic reaction may occur (seek medical advice immediately)
Wasp nest removal is best left to the professionals.
Successful wasp control is based on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) starting with a thorough inspection of the entire premises.
A residential wasp control treatment will include:
- Treatment of external surfaces of buildings where wasp nests are evident and where they are likely to be a problem in the future.
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