IMHO its a H&S issue, when i had the owner out on suday we were sealing skirting boards to stop them getting in.
It had rained the night before and i pointed out a leak in the kitchen roof the reply 'its been like that for 4 years'should have been a giveaway i suppose tbh
I keep an eye out for wasps and wasp nests as I hate the yellow stripy gits.
My garden has been free of them all year, this evening they are everywhere, can’t find the nest.
They do tend to be problematic in late August early September as summer ends. We have wasp traps up at the apiary to try and protect the beehives.
Over the decades I have dealt with many wasp nests, decades ago I was using cymag. Fantastic stuff and too good, now banned
In my daft years I used petrol a few times, particularly for underground nests. Top tip don’t use it unless very stupid.
In more recent times I have used tins of “raid” available at any good supermarket and most bargain stores, circa £1.50 a tin.
Absolutely great stuff, wipes out nests and if they take exception to you stand a bit back, keep spraying and watch them not make it to you.
If it’s a paper nest, soak it in raid, walk away and all gone in an hour.
If in a roof space or underground, spray the entrance tunnel so they carry it in themselves. Don’t stunt and even though you probably need only half a tin for the average nest, don’t stint and go for overkill.
If you have an inaccessible nest at height, stuff it that’s a contractors job.