We know that wasps and other pests in the house or office can be disturbing and unpleasant, even threatening. Our aim is to ensure that your living space is pest-free, safe and back to normal as soon as possible. This is how Bug King explains wasp nest removal in Auckland. A better-than-average nest can cause a lot of damage, not only visually but also with the wasps making their way toward your food and other belongings.
Wasps make their nests near or underneath objects such as tables, chairs, books, desks, picture frames, electrical cords, lighting fixtures and clothes hampers. When wasps leave, they leave a protective egg sac attached to a wasp nest. If you disturb this sac, wasps will sting or even sting others nearby. In serious cases, wasp nests can cause serious injury or death.
Bug King (NZ) uses a comprehensive pest control system to treat all types of wasp and insect infestations. Specialists also provide wasp nest disposal and pre-treatment services free of charge. A reputable pest control company in Auckland offers a wide range of services for the protection of your property and family. They provide clean-up, damage repair and replacement of damaged parts at no extra cost.
Many people find that using an old-fashioned sticky traps is the most effective way to do wasp nest removal in Auckland. If you choose to do this, however, make sure you do it carefully and humanely. Putting the wasp into a trap with tape is not a good idea; this can encourage the wasp to build more nests. Porous materials should also be avoided, such as carpet. To remove wasp nests, the pest control company uses special liquids that suffocate the wasps, along with other methods to get rid of them.
The most common wasp treatment method is the use of an aerosol spray known as ‘Wasp Away’. This aerosol will kill adult wasps and their larvae. The spray can be used in any area where wasp nests are located, but wasp eggs are usually found near food sources. The spray is applied directly to the nest, avoiding any contact with the skin, hair, or clothes.
Some wasp experts believe that using heat to kill wasps is ineffective. Some also believe that using freezing water is more effective than using heat. Many experts agree that wasp nests should be removed in a non-aggressive manner. It is important not to touch the wasp nests, but to try to seal them up with plastic bags or duct tape. Using too much heat or freezing water can damage the wasp nests, making them useless for future wasp nesting. Exposing the wasp nests to strong sunlight can also harm them.
If all else fails, a wasp nest remova expert can use a net or glue to completely seal up the wasp nests. The nest is gently guided out of the way, so that nothing new can emerge. The expert then uses a sharp knife to remove the nest and any live wasps that were present when the nest was removed. Dead wasps are sometimes removed using a blunt implement, while others may need a knife to cut through the body. After the nest is removed, the nest is carefully placed in a sealed container for the wasps to die. The nest and any live wasps are then disposed of in any appropriate landfill site.
Wasp nests are an unusual type of nest, being made from the remains of worker wasps. These nests can often be found near food sources and in the garden. When wasps take over an area of land, other wasps will follow, especially if there is an open space where the wasp nests. To get rid of these wasps, a wasp spray must be released into the area. This way, all wasps in the vicinity are killed. This is the best method of wasp nest removal in Auckland.