Wasps are unlike bees in that when they come into your home they will usually fly around looking for something to eat. This is because wasps are carnivorous and would very much like to find some food detritus in your house. If you’re noticing a few wasps entering your home, especially around spring/summer time, then this could be a sure sign of a wasp infestation.
Actually, it is towards the end of summer when wasps can be most problematic. This is simply because their nests are larger and they are more active. As we all know, wasps can sting especially when they feel threatened or their nests are under attack. This sting is usually a bit painful but harmless, unless you’re allergic to their venom.
Bees like to nest outdoors where they can visit flowers without any problems. Wasps are a bit less choosy when it comes to nesting locations and will even consider nesting in and around your home, in roof cavities, garages and even lofts. Some wasps will nest around door areas, which is obviously a bit of a problem for home-owners.
In order to get rid of your wasps the first thing you need to do is to identify the nest. You can do this by tracing the movement of worker wasps.
Then it is important to seek professional help. You can get some pest control products and pet control supplies online however professionals will have the experience and equipment it takes to remove nests safely.