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You smash them, you spray them, you even try to chase them out of an open window, but they keep coming back – wasps are a pest no one wants in their home. Seeing one is a nuisance, two an annoyance, but when the wasps keep showing up again and again, you wonder why are there wasps in my house?

The sting problem
Unlike their friendlier cousins, bees, wasps have no problem defending themselves fiercely when they feel threatened. Their stings – much stronger and more painful than those of bees – come in quick succession against any threat, no matter how different in size.
In nature, they play an important role in the ecosystem, but wasps are a dangerous pest in your home, especially if you are allergic to their sting. And a lone scout can quickly call the hive to the new location which is just perfect for a wasp nest.

Wasps are one of the most common pests we deal with, in the West Midlands, but to see where the problem starts we need to take a closer look at how they infest your home.

How can wasps get into my house?
Wasps will use any opening to enter your home, whether it's an open window, a cracked tile, or even through your air conditioner. Once inside, they will look for food and any suitable place to build a nest to expand their territory.

 

What are wasps attracted to?
The advantages of a house
Your home provides wasps with an attractive combination of security from the elements and other predators and a steady supply of food for themselves and their growing hive.
Facing the problem
Now that we've looked at what attracts wasps, it's clear that these pests are here to stay unless you can evict them. But first, don't panic!
Second, you need to decide if you're ready to take on the problem yourself or if you'd rather have a specialist take care of it.
Getting rid of wasps can be dangerous work, and we offer a 24/7 wasp nest removal service covering Birmingham, Wolverhampton and the whole of the West Midlands – our certified technicians in pest control are always at hand.

Alternatively, there are several ways to try and eliminate wasps yourself. Specialized products, such as wasp traps, can help alleviate the problem, but the key to a safe home is to remove the wasp nest itself. If you undertake the work yourself, as it can be very dangerous without the proper protective equipment.

Be sure to approach the wasps' nest at night, when they are dormant. And not during daylight hours when the wasp nest will be extremely active.

To prevent the problem from happening again, it is a good idea to protect your home against wasps by ensuring that there are no hidden entry points in your home and by using wasp traps in rooms that cannot be fully closed.

 

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