Professional Wasp Control Services In Sydney

Have you seen some wasp nests in or around your property? Are you looking for professional wasp control services in Sydney that will ensure that these nests are removed safely?

If so, you can rely on our first-rate wasp pest control services in Sydney. The team at Tom’s Pest Control have many years of experience in implementing safe pest infestation services to eliminate all types of insects from both homes and commercial spaces.

Regardless of how big the wasp nests are and how bad the infestation is, we are able to safely remove these wasps from your property.

List Of Australian Wasps

There are many types of wasps and bees living in Australia. In fact, Australia has 12,000 wasp species! However, only some of these species would settle near a human habitat or pose a health risk to people. Below is a list of some of the most common bee and wasp species in Australia that you might find living on your land:
  • European wasp
  • Social wasp
  • English wasp
  • Honey bee
  • Carpenter bee
  • Mortar bee
English wasps and European wasps are the most common species that infest properties. Unfortunately, they are all notorious for how painful their stings can feel. So, stay away from them and get one of our exterminators to remove them for you.

Why Wasp Extermination Is Essential

You should contact a professional wasp treatment service provider once you have spotted any wasp nests in your yard or near your building.
  • Wasps are very unfriendly and dangerous insects. Even the tiniest bump on their nest can anger them and provoke them to attack people near them.
  • Their stings are very painful and will require immediate medical attention. Depending on how big the nest is and how many wasps are around, they can attack a large number of people at any given time.
  • Unlike bees, wasps are able to sting people multiple times. They will even attack people who are merely walking past their nests.
  • When attacking people, they form packs to do so.
  • People may are allergic to wasp stings. Being stung by one of them would trigger a very serious reaction that has to be treated straight away.
It cannot be stressed enough times that an unqualified person should never, under any circumstances, try to do perform any type of wasp nest removal work. They will not have the correct equipment nor the experience to safely do so. As these pests are highly unpredictable in how they will act, getting professional help is the best course of action.

If you are concerned about your infestation, as you should be, call Tom’s Pest Control as soon as possible. Our skilled exterminators use wasp suits and advanced industry-standard equipment to protect your property and the surrounding area safe from wasps.

The Treatment

Tom’s Pest Control has provided a lot of wasp pest control work for homeowners and businesses across Sydney. The four-stage process we put into action includes a comprehensive inspection, a customised treatment plan, exterminating every insect we find, and utilising various ongoing maintenance tips.


Right after you contact us about your property’s wasp infestation, our certified wasp pest control technicians will drive to your property and conduct their inspection. The inspection is done to find out what type of wasps are living on your property, the degree of the infestation, how dangerous these wasps are, and other information.

We will also try to determine what factors cause these wasps to build their nest near your property to start with. By doing so, we can try to prevent any more wasps from choosing your land as their new home.

Treatment Plan

Based on what information is ascertained from the inspection, we will make a treatment plan that will ensure that you receive the safest wasp nest removal available. The treatment plan will detail what type of treatment will be needed, the expected outcome, the length of the treatment, if there is any need for further work, and any instructions that your family or staff members should keep in mind.

We will explain this treatment plan to you in great detail before we commence doing our work. We want to ensure that you get transparent, hassle-free service.

Extermination Process

Our certified wasp control consultants will follow their treatment plan to do their work extermination. We use chemical sprays and insecticides, but we do prefer to use non-chemical methods when possible to remove any wasps from your property. We may apply a mix of these procedures if the infestation level is particularly bad.

Tom’s Pest Control always puts the health and wellbeing of our customers first. Therefore, we only use industry-approved chemical sprays and products.

Ongoing Prevention

Exterminating the wasp nests on your property is only one part of the job. We will find out what attracted the wasps to your property to begin with and remove whatever that is. This is why we provide our customers with tips and tricks that keep the layout of your property in mind in order to reduce the possibility of another wasp infestation from happening.

The below tips can help you decrease the likelihood of reinfestation:

  • Discourage wasps from entering your land by removing any foods scraps or fruit that’s fallen out of one of your trees.
  • Do not leave pet food outside for long.
  • Tightly cover your rubbish dustbins with lids.
  • Make sure that any exposed food or compost is properly covered.
  • Keep the swimming pool covered when no one is using it.
  • Properly maintain your yard by trimming the shrubs and trees, and also by mowing the grass.
  • Keep your eyes out for any sign of wasp infestation.

Why Tom’s Pest Control?

Tom’s Pest Control have made a great difference to the state of our customer’s land, as well as their own wellbeing, with our services. We hold ourselves up to a high standard, meaning that our services will meet your requirements for the following reasons:
  • Same day or next day wasp removal services
  • APCA and TAFE-certified wasp control experts
  • Treatment and removal of nests, swarms, and hives
  • Sydney-based wasp control teams
  • Upfront quotes, comprehensive prices
  • 100 percent satisfaction guarantee


How can you stop wasps from building mud nests in your home?

An attack by wasps can cause severe pain and allergic shock. Although a homeowner may be confident in their ability to remove wasp eggs, they must use suitable materials and safety gear.

Giant solitary bees live near water sources, where they can find us. They build cells out of the clay and then fill them with a spider, paralysed bug, or egg. The larva consumes the bug and then becomes an adult. These mud chambers can be found on walls and ceilings in protected areas.

Spraying residual pesticides with a label from the wasps can be done on nearby surfaces and mud nests. However, the mud nest must be completely submerged to ensure that pesticides reach the larvae within the mud cell. Tom’s Pest Control Sydney offers guaranteed wasp removal.

What is the cost of wasp extermination?

A basic nest of wasps can be removed for $120. However, if the wasps are difficult or aggressive, the fees could be as high as $300.

You might be surprised at how hard it is to eliminate wasps. But, if you are willing to tackle these horrible parasites yourself, they may become your last words. Their extraordinary vision allows them to detect even the smallest movements.

These behaviours could be an indicator that insects or bugs might be around and are ready to strike. Because of their keen eyesight, they can detect predators like birds. Birds will often dive into nests to eat wasp larvae.

What are some methods to get rid of wasps and feral honeybees?

Colonies can live underground or even within your home. Wasps can be killed with bait or sprays or by removing the nest. Wasps can be killed using sprays, bait, or even by kicking the nest down with a bat or other weapon.

If the nest is underground or in your house, contact an expert. It would help if you never tried to remove the nest on your own. If you attempt to dismantle the nest on your own, you risk injuring yourself and others.

To obtain faster access to the nest, you must take extra precautions to safeguard your eyes and face. Approach the nest at night or early in the morning when wasps are less busy.

Which wasp species are most likely to nest in homes?

One nest could contain thousands of wasps during summer. Wasps will become more hostile as they grow in number. Eliminating a nest in its early stages is easier. A variety of wasp species can create a nest in your house. They can be found here:

  • Paper wasps
  • Yellowjackets
  • Bald-faced Hornets
  • Mud daubers

If you find the nest, keep it at a safe distance and do not disturb it. Because it could be dangerous to try to remove it on your own, it is best to get help from professionals. We can help you remove a wasp colony from your property.

Although wasps are all around, I cannot find their nest. What can I do?

Most wasp nests are papery. Each species of wasp has its own nest. It is, therefore, important to understand which wasp species are living in each area to keep them away.

· The canopy is made from grey papery wasps with exposed honeycomb-like cell structures. This is where you will find them: under deck railings, awnings, or windowsills.

  • Yellow jackets make nests in small cavities, which are often tanned. They can be found in cavities within walls and attics, sandy lawns, rotten woods, and attics.
  • European hornets have a round, smooth, and papery nest. It has a pointed bottom with one large aperture. The nest can accommodate up to 1,000 wasps. Hornets are larger than their cousins and have pale yellow abdomens.

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What kind of pest control does a parasitic wasp provide?

Farmers relied on the natural predators of their native habitat to control pests that had decimated their crops for many millennia before chemical pesticides were invented. This method is now seeing a revival.

Major parasitic wasps must lay eggs on other insects to complete their life cycle. Parasitic wasps can help with both native pests and invading species. Many wasps have small, unremarkable bodies.

Fly Eliminators, gnat-sized parasitic wasps, are used to biologically eliminate flies around farms, homes, and livestock facilities. These wasps are most commonly found in gardens and fields, particularly plants that produce nectar and pollen that attract parasitic wasps.

How can you tell the difference between Bees and Wasps?

Wasps and bees are often confused because of their similar shapes. Bees, however, have a lighter brown/yellow colour. Also, contrary to wasps, their abdomens are marked by yellow/black stripes. Because honeybees are social insects, they can have thousands of workers in their nests.

If you’re unsure if there’s a nest of wasps, inspect the brickwork closely to find out if they’re entering or exiting one hole or an air brick. Mortar bees will inspect multiple holes, while wasps have one.

Honeybees can be gentle. They are susceptible to stinging and can die in swarms. Wasps can also be aggressive. It can sting easily and frequently. It is also common in late summer but does not swarm.

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