Wasps are considered pests for the painful stings they can inflict. There are over 100 types of wasps in Kenya. Wasp control is warranted in circumstances when a wasps nest is established in a area in close proximity to people and pets.
Paper wasps and bald-faced hornets are particularly aggressive and their stings can lead to fatal anaphylactic shock in rare instances. Imagine Care provides residential and commercial customers with effective wasp nest removal services.
Worried about wasps? Contact Imagine Care to schedule for a Technician to inspect your property and develop a custom treatment plan for your situation.
Get to know the pest
Some Wasp Information
Wasps vary tremendously depending on species. Most have two pair of wings and a pinched waist. They range in colors from black to metallic greens and blues and vary in size from almost microscopic to several centimeters long.
How Do Wasps Get Into the House?
Generally, wasps get in through openings that lead inside our homes and commercial buildings. Therefore, effectively sealing openings that may lead into a home is critical for wasp prevention.
In addition, sealing access points inside your home will help prevent problems from many other pest insects and spiders.
Why do they come in?
Wasps come inside because they are looking for:
- a food source
- a nesting site
- a protected place to overwinter (hibernate)
- accident or happenstance
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Our Wasp Treatment
Imagine Care uses an integrated approach that employs a variety of effective and efficient methods to control wasps. Our integrated program includes using:
- Inspection – determining what is needed to provide an effective wasp control plan.
- Documentation – explaining the specifics of the overall control plan and the findings and results of, not only the initial inspection, but scheduled follow-up services as well.
- Education – explaining the behavior, diet and habitat of wasps and how this information will be helpful to the homeowner.
- Selection of the best wasp control methods – traps, light modification, mechanical and insecticidal controls, physical removal
- Cultural controls – modifying the area around the home or business to reduce the number of sites that are suitable for wasps to nest.
- Exclusion – making it hard for wasps to get inside the structure.
- Sanitation – keeping the area clean and efficiently reducing access to the wasp’s sources of food.
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