Fall of the Flying Pests

The spring weather is causing all of the creepy crawly insects to come out. They’ve been laying dormant in the winter, but now that the sun is heating up the Earth, they’ve begun setting up their homes and looking for food. There are a lot of wasps in my area and they’ve always had a bad habit of trying to build a nest on my home. In just a short amount of time, they can start a nest ball. Usually I spray the nest in the morning, but this year, I called for Eastern suburbs pest control to get rid of these pests once and for all.

When the wasps came before, I would react to them as they did things, but this time, I took a more proactive approach. Rather than waiting for them to start building, I had the pest control company put something around my home to prevent the wasps from even setting foot on my home. There is always something that can repel a pest so that it won’t come to a certain area. A lot of this exists in nature, but there are also ways to do this with man made chemicals, which the pest control people have.

The pest control company sprayed all around the areas where the wasps usually start building. When the wasps come near my home, they turn around instantly and fly away. Some of them are bold enough to try landing on my home, but they usually don’t live for very long. I’ve prevented the wasps from coming to my home, but now they’ve probably figured out a way to make a home on someone else’s home. I would really like to know what animals eat wasps, because we could use some of them in the neighborhood. I’d even prefer bees over wasps.

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