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    Did you discover a wasp nest in your home and want to remove that? Pestico Wasp Removal Adelaide offers same-day wasps removal service. Our professionals deliver fast and reliable service. Wasps can cause painful stings that could also lead to death in some cases.

    Immediately contact our professionals if you see wasps infesting in your house.

    Types Of Wasp Species Found In Adelaide

    European Wasp

    European Wasp has two pairs of clear wings. The first pair of wings are larger.

    They are considered as aggressive stingers.

    The size of a European worker wasp lies between 12-17 mm.

    Only the European queen wasp can survive over the winter.

    Yellow Jackets (Social Wasp)

    The worker wasps are 15 mm long, whereas queens are 19 mm long.

    These wasps can eat other insects as well as human food.

    Yellow Jackets have two pairs of wings. Also, they have black and yellow bands alternatively over the body.

    These wasps sting continuously when provoked.

    Common Wasp

    Common Wasp has two pairs of wings. The first pair of these wasps is larger than the second pair.

    They have two antennae of black colour. And fly with their legs that are close to their body.

    They are known to attack insects.

    The size of these wasps varies from 12 mm to 16 mm.

    Native Paper Wasp

    They have a very narrow waist along with a slender body.

    35 different species of paper wasps are found in Australia, covering Adelaide.

    The heads of these wasps are small, but the antennas and eyes of paper wasps are of medium size.

    The length of native paper wasp varies between 10 to 22 mm.

    Sand Wasp

    They feed on nectar; however, they chase for either flies or some other bug to take care of their hatchlings.

    The size of these sand wasps is 22 mm.

    Sand Wasps are considered as non-aggressive wasps. They only attack in a swarm to protect their nest.

    Mud Nesting Wasps

    Their colour ranges from orange and black to yellow and black.

    The size of these wasps varies from 5-30 mm.

    They are generally spotted throughout Adelaide.

    They live in forests, urban locations and woodland. Mud Nesting Wasps feed on the nectar of honeydew, plants and also the fluid of the insects that are found by them.

    Tree Brown Paper Wasps

    Tree Brown Paper Wasps have a yellow body with dark brown or black markings over their thorax, head and abdomen.

    They usually make their nest inside hollow trees and on the sides of buildings.

    The size of tree brown wasps varies from 0.8 to 12 mm.

    You will commonly notice these wasps in suburban gardens, forests, and woodlands.

    White-faced Brown Paper Wasp

    These wasps usually nest on trees, caves and overhanging rocks, as well as under bridges and homes.

    The size length of these wasps varies between 0.8 to 10 mm.

    White-faced Brown Paper Wasp is known to be pollinators. They are good for the environment and it is beneficial if you have them in your garden.

    These wasps have a white face and brown body along with white coloured rings around the abdomen and thorax.

    Types Of Wasp Nests

    Ground Nests – The ground-digging wasps create these types of nests. They create it in the ground. You will commonly find these nests around your residential and commercial places. The female wasp’s sting when someone provokes them.

    Paper Nests – The most widely recognized wasps in Adelaide are European Paper Wasp and Asian Giant Hornet. Their homes are discovered close by canals of homes or business structures, on the means of a yard or dangling from a tree limb.

    Mud Daubers – Their homes are produced using mud and are not commonly considered as a threat to humans.

    Marks Wasp Removal Adelaide – Wasps Prevention Tips

    The ideal approach to remove wasps is by hiring wasp control professionals.

    Some other effective tips to prevent wasps are:

    • Make sure that you put all the garbage bins tight.
    • Do not put the garbage bin near the window or door.
    • Close all the entry points of the wasps by using mesh barriers.
    • Keep checking for wasp infestation in your surroundings.
    • You can use natural repellents to minimize the risk of wasp infestation.

    Key Facts Related To Wasps

    • Wasps are not found in polar regions.
    • The sting of wasps is poisonous & the infected area swells up when bitten.
    • They produce a pheromone into the air when they die, as a sign to caution their mates.
    • Wasps can sleep or hibernate while hanging by their teeth for several months.
    • As compared to hornets, wasps are smaller in size.

    Why Wasp Extermination Is Important?

    • Wasps are not considered as a friendly insect or pest and can harm humans in several ways.
    • The sting of wasps is quite painful and requires immediate treatment.
    • Wasps are more active than bees, and they attack anyone who will pass through their nest.
    • Wasps attack in packs that result in severe conditions.
    • Some bites or stings of the wasps are allergic to people that may trigger an allergic reaction.

    Working Methodology Of Pestico Wasp Removal Adelaide


    Our team conducts a thorough inspection of the affected area. The inspection helps in reporting the extent of the infestation. Our experts also analyse the other source that attracts the wasps in your residential and commercial places.

    Treatment Plan

    After completing the inspection, our professionals identify the right treatment plan to control the wasps. We convey the entire plan to our clients before starting the controlling service.

    Extermination Service 

    We utilize common bug sprays, substance splashes, or non-concoction treatment to control wasps from your property. Given the infestation level, we may apply a blend of these methods. At Pestico Wasp removal Adelaide, we are constantly centred around the well-being and prosperity of our clients and pick just endorsed chemicals that are safe around your kids and pets.

    Post Inspection and Prevention Tips

    After completing the extermination service, our professionals revisit your place to confirm that no wasps are left. We do complete eradication of the wasps. The wasp’s control service offered by our professionals is long-lasting. We discard all the things that attract wasps inside your home. Our professionals also provide preventive tips so that no wasps infestation should occur in the future.

    Common Places Where Wasps Make Their Nest

    Walls or roof voids of houses

    Wasps make their nest in the entrance of the home, creating a lot of problems for the residents of that place.

    Inside the home or building

    When you see a large number of wasps inside your home or gathering near the window, it is an indication that the nest of the wasps is broken and immediate action is needed.

    Gardens & various outdoor areas

    The presence of a wasp’s nest in the garden and other outdoor places creates a significant problem. You will mostly find the nest attached to the tree or other standing structures.

    Life Cycle Of Wasps

    The life cycle of a wasp starts in late-winter with a new queen wasp and ends in winter with the colony of wasps. Every wasp’s group has one egg-laying queen wasp, female and male wasps.

    Spring – the start of a new colony

    The wasps that are fertile in spring come out from the hibernation and search for the best location to set up the nest. Wasps do not use the old nests. Just like bees, wasps also help in pollination. The food source of wasps is the nectar that is obtained from plants and flowers. The queen wasps lay down 200-300 eggs per day.

    Summer – expansion of the colony

    The colony of wasps increases rapidly. Approximately more than 5,000 wasps live in a nest. Also, during the summer, the number can speed up to 10,000 wasps. The size of the wasp’s nest grows from a golf ball to a football.

    Autumn – the decline of the colony

    As winter approaches, the female wasp reaches the end of her life, and the structure of the nest gets destroyed. The surviving wasp’s workers can no longer feed on the larvae sugar solution. So, they start looking outside of the nest for food. As winter approaches, the food diminishes, and all hibernating queens die.

    Why Hire Professionals Of Pestico Wasp Removal Adelaide?

    • We have more than ten years of experience in controlling wasps.
    • We use eco-friendly chemicals for removing or eliminating the wasps.
    • Our professionals cover commercial and residential places.
    • We offer same-day wasp removal service.
    • All our services are available at an affordable cost.
    • We have trained and certified wasp controllers.
    • Our professionals use kids-friendly and pet-friendly products.
    • Fast, reliable and satisfactory service is guaranteed.
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