Wasps are most commonly found nesting in attic spaces.
A loft area provides the perfect nesting ground for the pests, as it tends to be sheltered, away from other animals (and humans) and – most importantly – warm. Any wasps nesting in your loft will use the height as a vantage point, allowing them to scout for food and sources of wood, which they use to build and expand the nest.
How to identify a wasp nest
If you see the pests in your loft space, it’s highly likely you have at least one active wasp nest. It is also common to find multiple nests in the loft. Nests are round, wood structures, which start as small as a golf ball, but – by the end of the wasp season – can grow to the size of a small car! Nests can be difficult to spot at first, if they are hidden in cavity walls or loft insulation, so keep an eye out for the pests themselves in your loft.
What do I do if I have a wasp nest in my loft?
If you think you have a wasp nest in your loft it is vital you seek professional treatment from JG Pest Control to tackle the problem. Wasps pose a significant health and safety threat, as it takes little to provoke them to sting. If allergic, their sting can cause anaphylaxis; a severe allergic reaction which can lead to serious injury or death. We strongly advise against any DIY methods of wasp control. If you see a wasp nest in your loft, call JG Pest Control now on 0203 588 2630 for safe and timely removal.
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