Local wasp nest removal specialist company Royston

Based in Royston, we are one of the best wasp nest removal companies. We have a reputation for high-quality services that our tailored to your exact requirements. Whether you need to remove wasp nest our pest control teams provide fast and efficient control solution that is local wasp nest removal specialist company Royston.

Our highly trained operators have access to a wide range of wasp nest removal solutions and a specialised laboratory to help us diagnose that really rare pest such as wasps that occasionally pop up and give us on the spot advice if we need it that is local wasp nest removal specialist company Royston. When we work for you, you can relax because you and your loved ones are totally protected.

Everything our experienced and friendly operators do for you is insured and guaranteed that is local wasp nest removal specialist company Royston. We’ve had the pleasure of helping thousands of customers in our area with their bird control problems that is local wasp nest removal specialist company Royston.

Wasps: wasps are parasites, and feed on nectar only as adults. Many wasps are predatory, using other insects (often paralyzed) as food for their larvae. Solitary queen wasps will start to appear as early as April, looking for a suitable nest site. Once found the queen wasp will begin to build a nest and feed the grubs on insects until they develop into worker wasps (3 to 4 weeks later).

Why is wasp nest removal needed?

Wasps will sting if annoyed. Individuals react differently to the stings, some are hardly affected, others may suffer redness and swelling and in rare cases, serious allergic reactions can occur resulting in death caused by anaphylactic shock

Signs of wasp infestation: If you see wasps entering & leaving a hole in the ground, a wall, roof or any other part of a building between May & November then you probably have a wasp nest. You may be getting ‘unexplained’ wasps inside a room which may indicate a nest nearby.

Wasp nest removal: It seems to be common sense to remove the wasp nest after treatment but the removal of a wasp nest is not necessary. Firstly if a nest was removed as soon as the treatment was carried out then the wasps that were out foraging would return, find no nest & attempt to rebuild the wasp nest. When they return & find a treated nest they either get contaminated by the insecticide or exhaust themselves by flying around the nest in a state of panic. They only attempt to rebuild the nest if it isn’t there. Secondly a wasp nest can never be re used. So if you want to remove the wasp nest then we recommend you wait at least 4 weeks before doing so. In a lot of cases the wasp nest is not accessible. The nest may be in a cavity wall that cannot be seen.

Call us for the service.

To contact, call us on 07375 064317 or email us on richardmiles@thepestcompany.com.

to top