Spring is coming! Ahh, the flowers, the trees and . . . drat . . . those annoying wasps will probably be back again. The queen wasp will come out of hibernation and start her wasp nest and colony with the warmer weather. She can lay a huge number of eggs every day and build a colony of thousands in a very short time.
Knowing this, you may be on the lookout for the beginnings of a wasp nest. But if left undetected, a wasp nest could become visible only when it has grown to an enormous size with an established colony. Once discovered, homeowners are sometimes shocked. They might not think to call a pest control company, and instead, attempt a wasp removal themselves only to be stung in the process.
Certainly, anyone with allergies to stinging insects will want to have a wasp extermination done by a professional pest control company. But in some cases, it might be a good idea to leave the nest alone and have no problem at all.
You might consider this option in the following circumstances: