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It is never advisable to treat a wasp nest yourself, especially if you are sensitive or allergic to wasp stings. A mature wasp nest can contain thousands of eggs and should be treated with caution and disturbing the nest is highly likely to provoke the wasps to attack. Zero Termite and Pest are able to identify specific wasp species and offer treatments to ensure safe, controlled management of wasp nests.

If you feel you have a potential or existing wasp problem, Zero Termite has the professional knowledge and expertise to treat and remove your wasp problems.

Wasp control and removal can be done by direct treatment with an aerosol that freezes the wasp and nest so that it can be removed safely.

Wasp Facts

Despite the considerable number of species of wasp found in Australia, many are not considered to be pests. However, they can be a hazard in and around your home.

Made from chewed pulp and saliva, wasp nests have distinctive papery walls and texture. These nests will start small, but will rapidly increase in size. You can find wasp nests both in sheltered indoor and outdoor spaces, such as eaves, attics, roof spaces awnings as well as birdboxes and sheds.

A wasp sting can be extremely painful. The European Wasp can sting repeatedly, causing burning pain, with local inflammation and repeated stings may bring about anaphylaxis. Paper Wasps and Honey Bee stings are also extremely painful and potentially life-threatening, if stung repeatedly or if you are allergic to the venom.


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Don’t Want Wasps?

Wasps are most active during the summer months and early treatment is the best form of protection.

Check your home and garden, looking for nests in garages, under eaves, in cavity walls, outbuildings and sheds. Wasps are attracted to the contents of bins so ensure that your bins are kept away from doors and windows and that they have secure lids.

Make sure to cover any holes that you find in cement or grass as solitary wasps often look for cavities in which to make their nest.

Our certified technicians offer advice on effective wasp management and preventative measure for future problems.

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