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Wasp Nest Removal and Wasp Nest Treatment
Our Wasp Nest Removal Service is Available with Same Day Call Out
Wasp nests are most commonly found in air bricks, cavity walls, fascias/eaves and even underground. In most of these instances, wasp nest removal is almost impossible and we would have to treat the nest through the access point where they enter and exit the building.
Wasp nest removal is possible when the nest can be direct accessed, normally in a garden shed or up in the loft.
We provide a same day service and can totally eradicate the problem within half an hour
Most wasps in the UK are either common or German wasps – hornets are less common.
Wasps will sting multiple times when they feel that the nest is under threat, the sting also alerts other wasps of the potential danger. Once the sting has penetrated the skin, they inject venom which pumps from the abdomen, this is very painful and some people can be allergic to wasp sting, which can be life-threatening.
Wasps are also considered potential disease spreaders as they spend a lot of time around bins and refuse areas before trying to invade your BBQ food.
We would never recommend that you attempt a treatment or wasp nest removal yourself, especially at heights as its very dangerous, for such a small cost, leave it to the experts
The Queen will hibernate over the winter months and reemerge over the spring, generally April-May, she will then begin to build the nest out of chewed wood from tree bark, timber and garden fencing.
Wasp Nest Removal with Same Day Call Out
Our Wasp Nest Removal West Midlands service is available with same day call out.
Our pest control services are available throughout Birmingham, Redditch, Solihull, Dudley, Wolverhampton, Walsall and the West Midlands.
Our Wasp Nest Treatments will Solve the Problem within Hours
The initial nest will be about the size of a golf ball, the queen will then lay the first batch of eggs in a hexagonal structure, these eggs will hatch and become the new winged workers, they will then continue the job of collecting chewed wood to increase the size the nest to accommodate more eggs and therefore more adults in time.
You can normally tell you have a wasp nest quite easily by looking from outside at your property. Majority of the time there will be numerous wasp buzzing around the area of the gutter, fascia or roof tile, you may also be getting some wasps in the house and around the window sills.
Contact Us Today to Find Out Our Wasp Nest Removal Costs
Unfortunately, due to council cuts, they no longer offer wasp nest treatment free of charge, even for people in social housing and we find that our prices are competitive with all local authorities.
Call us, today: 01902 475175