Wasp stings have the potential to cause life-threatening allergies as well as severe pain for adults, children and pets. If you’ve spotted a wasp nest in your home or business, don’t risk your health and safety. Contact Jim’s Termite & Pest Control for permanent eradication.
Australia is home to over 10,000 wasp species, and there’s no easy way to remove any type of wasp nest on your own. Wasps make their nests in high, tough to reach places, which makes it equally tough to effectively eliminate each insect with supermarket-bought remedies.
If there’s one thing you DON’T want to do it’s fall short of a DIY eradication strategy and stir up a wasp’s nest, putting you and your family at risk of severe injury
Jim’s Termite & Pest Control treats wasp infestations through:
Thorough inspection of your property to locate nests
Taking steps to prevent swarm reaction and keep your home safe
Applying wasp-targeting pesticides designed to kill dangerous insects
Applying the latest wasp-prevention technologies to prevent future nests
What to do if you’ve found a wasp nest on your property
Removing wasp nests in Victoria should never be done without professional help. If you think you’re allergic to a wasp sting, or you have children in your home, it’s crucial you call Jim’s Termite & Pest Control for fast and lasting eradication.
Wasps are extremely protective of their nest, with a natural instinct to protect their young. Any gap in your clothing, even if you feel covered from head to toe, can be exploited by a wasp. Knocking down a wasp nest with a broom or blasting wasps with bug spray isn’t a long-term solution, but a recipe for disaster.
Why Choose Jim’s Termite & Pest Control for your wasp infestation?
Protect Your Family:
Targeting a wasp nest without the proper tools or pesticides can lead to angry, aggressive wasps
Peace of Mind:
Your home is your sanctuary and it’s impossible to relax with wasps around
Protect Your Business:
Wasps on a commercial property drive customers away and put your team at risk
Kids and animals may react with panic at the sight of wasps, often inadvertently provoking stings