Safe & Effective Wasp Nest Elimination
As well as making time spent outdoors less pleasant, wasps also pose the risk of painful stings and anaphylactic shock. That’s why it’s important to elimination a wasp nest as soon as it’s spotted. Wasps will often feel threatened and become aggressive when their nest is tampered with, so we always recommend trusting a specialist when it comes to eliminating a wasp nest. Rather than taking on a dangerous DIY job, wasp nest elimination is best left to a professional.
We aim to provide a fast and safe solution when you find a wasp nest at your property. After assessing your property, we will select the most efficient treatment to remove the problem depending on the size of the nest and its location. If required, we will return for a follow-up treatment to ensure the problem has been properly eliminated. We cover Loughborough, Leicester and beyond, so contact us today to get started.
Wasp Nest Elimination Specialists
The majority of our technicians hold British Pest Control Association (BPCA) qualifications, meaning you can trust our team to safely carry out a fast and effective wasp nest elimination. When a nest is found, the nest and the nesting wasps should be treated quickly to reduce the risk of stings and so you can enjoy your outdoor space or use your premises in peace.
Nests discovered in the spring are likely to be smaller with less wasp activity, while by the summer nests can be larger and more active. However large the nest, we will ensure that it is eliminated safely with minimal disruption to your premises. It may be tempting to remove the problem yourself, especially if the nest seems small, but for a safe, quick solution we recommend contacting an expert. Get in touch to discuss your requirements and receive a free estimate for wasp nest elimination by our expert team.
First Signs of a Wasp Nest
To begin with, you’ll start to experience a growing number of wasps around springtime and will appear more frequently in your home or garden. It is normal to see the odd wasp here and there but eventually, swarms will start to make an appearance.
As wasps build their nests you’ll also start to experience a continuous buzzing noise. If you’re unable to locate the nest from the sound it will more than likely be hidden in remote places within your home like an attic for example.
Once a nest is built you’ll find a paper-like material which has been built from wood pulp. Nests are often brown or dull grey in colour and can hold several layers. Young nests are the size of a golf ball but as the weather warms & the season changes mature wasp nests can grow to the size of a football or rugby ball. At full maturity, nests contain thousands of wasps.
Follow our wasp infestation guide.
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