For the second year in a row, we have wasps/hornets entering the family room to get out of the cold. Our pest control company cannot find the source and we even changed companies this year. We have a small crawl space attic and have closed off the recessed lighting. We have a fireplace with a top flue that closes shut and a small crawl space under the family room. Should I try to use a fogger or something else? My wife and children are allergic to bees, so it is critical that I get rid of them.
You could use a bug bomb or fogger in the attic space if you have an attic space. If they are in your home then this usually means that they are coming in and out from somewhere around your home. They have to get out somehow to get food. Your only option is to find this place where they fly in and out. Once you find their entry/exit point then you can treat that area directly with a dust and take care of the problem.
Answer last updated on: 11/16/2010