Warrington Wasp Nest Removal 

Wasp nest removal pricesDealing with Wasp Nests

Summer is the season for picnics, barbecues and leisurely evenings in the garden. Unfortunately, it’s also the time that wasps start appearing and making a nuisance of themselves. If you have noticed a marked increase in the number of wasps around your home, you may find that they have made a nest for themselves in a warm, dry corner of your house or garage. Here’s what you need to know about Warrington wasp nest removal treatment.

The Bad News

Wasp stings are painful and dangerous. They cause swelling which can close your airways and in some cases they result in an intense allergic reaction, known as anaphylactic shock. According to the Office for National Statistics, in the four years from 2007 to 2010, fifteen people in England and Wales lost their lives due to contact with hornet, wasp or bee infestations. If you suspect that you have located a wasp nest, do not approach or disturb it. Doing so puts every person and animal in the vicinity at risk. Contact our wasp control professionals right away and get advice on the best way to proceed.

The Good News

These days, wasp control services are very affordable and effective. You can get an expert to visit you at any time, day or night, and you don’t even need to be present while they get the work done. Often, a single visit will be sufficient to render a wasp nest harmless. If it is deemed necessary, however, a second round of Warrington wasp nest removal treatment is applied free of charge. When you choose to employ our reputable pest control company, services of all kinds are provided discreetly by professionals in unmarked vehicles and their work is guaranteed.

When You Call

The more information you can give to the wasp control professional the better. So, here are a few things to consider:

  • If you have seen the nest, what does it look like? For example, wasp and hornet nests are built from papery layers of dried wood-pulp, whilst the nest of the tree bumblebee appears to be a bundle of dry grass and fluff.
  • Have you seen insect activity around the nest? Different species are active at different times of the year. Knowing whether the nest is currently active or dormant can help to determine what type of Warrington wasp nest removal treatment is appropriate.
  • If you’ve had the misfortune of seeing one of the insects up close, what did it look like? Wasps and hornets can be difficult to distinguish and, with the changing climate bringing foreign species (such as the Asian Hornet) to our shores, it sometimes requires a professional to identify the problem.

So, if you think you see a nest in the loft, under an eave, or in a nearby tree, don’t get close. If you see yellow and black insects repeatedly flying into and out of a hole, stay back. Call our professional team and get the service you need to put your mind at ease.