At the gable end of the building, there is a piece slanted wood trim at the
top, near the roof line. There is a gap behind the wood trim, and wasps are
In a different section of the gable end, toward the rear of the building,
there were carpenter bees late in the spring, and I got the condo management
company to dust the area and put a screen over the gap. They also dusted a
section toward the front because I saw wasps nests in this section, but the
wasps are currently active there.
Wondering if I need to be insisting that condo management do something about
the wasps? My building is around 20 years old, and I don't think this is
anything new. They aren't getting into the house or attic that I'm aware
of. Seems to me if they spray or dust it needs to be done regularly, unless
maybe they put up a screen like they did for the carpenter bees. ***What do
you think needs to be done?***
BTW, The screen they used for the the gap in the section that had carpenter
bees was made of metal (since Carpenter bees can't bore through metal).
Wondering if this is a hazard for attracting lightening during an electrical
storm, since it is relatively close to the roof line?