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Bye Mice. Bye Ants. Bye Cockroaches.

Your home is your safe space. You might share it with a cat or dog by choice, but you certainly don't want to share it with other critters, like ants and cockroaches. You can take steps to keep these critters at bay, of course. Take out the trash more often, and vacuum on a regular basis. Still, pests can be sneaky, and they sometimes appear in spite of your efforts. A pest control company can get rid of them. Trust the professionals to say "goodbye" to everything from mice, to ants, to roaches. We'll share more on this blog, so read on.

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Wasps are not the nicest of the pests. They're more than just a nuisance, they can be a real pain. If you get too close to their nest, they can sting and do it multiple times (unlike bees, which only sting once). Wasps can be awful to deal with, especially if you have a large nest. If you have an issue with wasps in your yard, read on for tips to help you get rid of them.

Watch For The Nest

Be sure you watch out for the nest to be sure you don't get too close to it. If you get too close to the nest, you risk being stung, not only by the one or two that you've seen, but by a lot of wasps if you aren't careful. You want to watch for the nest, but do so from far enough away so you don't disturb the entire nest and the entire colony. You can usually watch where they are going to figure out where the nest is.

Wait Until Night

Nightfall is when wasps are resting and are most likely in their nest. You don't want to get too close and disturb them. Wait until night and take a flashlight so you can see. You should also take a helper with you just in case you have a problem. Use wasp spray with a long shot on it so you can spray from far enough away, and spray the nest to soak it as much as you can. If you see a lot of wasps flying out, wait until the following evening to try to spray the nest again. Don't press your luck by continuing to spray the nest if you are seeing wasps flying out; they will sting in an effort to save their nest and colony.

Repeat The Process

Go back to the nest the following night and spray the nest again. Soak the nest as best as you can, and repeat this step again and again until you are rid of the wasps. If you aren't able to get to the wasp nest, it's best to hire a professional pest control company to get rid of the nest for you. If you aren't able to get rid of the nest on your own or they are still around, call a pest control company.

Wasps aren't the pest to mess around with; they are very territorial and will sting anyone that gets too close to the nest. Hire a pest control company if you aren't comfortable with attempting to get rid of the nest on your own. Go online to websites like to find local pest control services.