If you own a shop or restaurant you need to take wasp pest control seriously.
Being stung by a wasp can often be very painful, and in some cases a Wasps' sting can be life endangering if you happen to be allergic to them. By taking suitable measures to ensure that wasp nests are properly managed, you can reduce these risks.
Wasps, not to be confused with bees, are also confused with other stinging insects. They are notorious for building their nests in places where people like to gather ,e.g. around your decking, in the eaves of your house, they can also go undisturbed in attics and lofts until they are discovered usually around springtime.
Queen wasps emerge from hibernation in springtime, when the days lengthen and the weather warms to start building a wasp nest, with more worker wasps hatching as the Summer progresses meaning that Wasps are most active in the warmer summer months. Only female wasps have a sting they can use repeatedly. In the UK, the Common Wasp and German Wasp are known to cause the most annoyance and painful stings. Still, with their distinctive yellow and black body, they can still be confused with hornets.