Wasp Nest Removal

PEST CONTROL ESSEX & LONDON

Wasp Information

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Wasp Control Essex – Wasps are more active during the summer months, and can be known to sting even if they are not provoked.

Wasps are colonial creatures and live in large social groups, a colony is established by the ‘Queen’ in early spring and grows rapidly from that point. Many thousands of wasps can reside in a single nest, so you can see it is vital to treat a wasp nest early in the year to prevent the number of wasps increasing and becoming more aggressive.

When dealing with wasp nest removal it is vital that you seek professional help and do not attempt yourself, as removal can be very dangerous. A female wasp sting can be used repeatedly, which can cause severe discomfort and in some cases cause an allergic reaction. In severe sting cases this can result in hospitalisation so call the specialists Pest2Kill to help.

During the visit our Pest2kill technician will carry out a “risk-assessment” checking for any hazards on the property / area and locating the source of the infestation. The technician will provide you, where possible, with further advice for preventing wasps, highlighting any factors that can improve the situation, such as: proofing, nest removal etc.

Prices

WASP NESTS

£65

1 Visit
1 Application
Effective treatment

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Treatment

Wasp’s nests are treated by spraying insecticide into the nest and around the entrance. Specific indoor sprays can also be used for controlling wasps in localised areas.

Pest2kill eradicate the nest by spraying it with an insecticide (only available to professionals). Sprayed directly into the wasp nest it starts to work within 10 minutes, the nest will firstly become less active and then within an hour or so the wasps will be dead (but this will depend on the location and the size of the wasp nest).

Pest2kill would request that you leave the nest for 24 hours to take full effect, as there will often be stray wasps who fly back to the nest these will usually leave and die.