Wasps: Paper Wasps
Identifying Wasp Problems
There are several species of paper wasps. They generally range from ¼ inch to ½ inch in size. They may be of various colors and sizes. Their nest can be an identification feature as it usually hangs upside down with the brood cells exposed. Their nests are generally small with fewer than 100 wasps. They are not usually aggressive unless they are disturbed.
Locating Wasp Infestations
Wasp infestations can make nests in openings and on exterior furniture and light fixtures, under deck railings, under the eaves of structures. The queens can over winter inside structures in the attic area and may become active during warm days in winter, commonly flying to windows. Wasp problems are attracted to lights but generally are not active at night.
Questions to Ask About Wasp Problems
- Where have you seen them?
- Have you had this problem before? When?
- Is there access to your attic?
- Are you or family members allergic to stings?
Wasp Infestation Inspection Tips
- Check for old nests around structure
- Check for dead wasps in structure try to identify species
- Check window sills and spider webs
How to Get Rid of Wasps
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