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How to Recognize the Signs of a Wasp Nest

wasp nest -  irvine wasp nest removalWith summer fast approaching, you may be concerned about wasps and other stinging insects that can spoil your outdoor activities in a hurry! If you have noticed high numbers of wasps in your backyard, it is likely that there is a nest nearby, maybe somewhere on your property. It doesn’t hurt to be on the lookout for the telltale signs of a wasp nest. As soon as you identify these pests, contact a company that provides Irvine wasp nest removal services to safely remove them from your home.

Here are a few ways you can determine if there is a wasp nest on your property.

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The Life Cycle of a Wasp

wasp emerging from nest - costa mesa wasp nest removalHoney bees, wasps and other insects inevitably come with warmer temperatures and sunny days. You may find them annoying or even frightening, urging you to seek Costa Mesa wasp nest removal services. Perhaps you can’t wait for colder days that will free you of these pests.

However, even unusually cold weather won’t affect wasps and save you the trouble next spring. The wasp life cycle will continue, as newly-created wasp queens hibernate over the winter to start a new annual life cycle again.

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Surprising Ways Wasps are Actually Useful

Wasp - Garden Grove Wasp Nest Removal Irvine Wasp Nest RemovalIf your reaction to the title was disbelief, you share the opinion of most people who have had encounters with them. The only thing we want when we see them is get rid of them, in any way possible. However, there are a lot of wrong ways to try to get rid of a wasp nest, and only professionals can do it safely and thoroughly. In Orange County, in places like Irvine wasp nest removal is a year-round business.

Wasps seem to get a bad reputation as useless and aggressive, especially when compared to honey bees. However, the story is not as clear cut as we would want it to be. There are actually some benefits to having some species of wasps around. Just make sure you do not agitate them, as their stings hurt.

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