Wasp Pest Control

WASP PEST CONTROL

Expert Wasp Nest Removal

Remove wasps using our Wasp Treatment in London and all areas down to the South Coast.

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Wasp Infestation Removal

Wasps are one of the nastiest and most aggressive pests you might encounter, known for unprovoked stings and attacks. In the worst case scenario a threatened wasp may even attract other wasps to the area to help attack. It is important to locate the wasps nest and hire a professional wasp removal service to ensure that they are safely removed and no longer cause a nuisanse.

A wasp colony will involve a Queen wasp building a nest and laying up to 300 eggs a day for several weeks. The nests can usually be found in enclosed spaces like lofts, under floorboards, in wall cavities and in sheds and garages.

Unlike bees, wasps will not die after one sting and will attack repeatedly before they die if they feel their nest is under attack. These stings can cause some people to have an anaphylactic reaction which can have serious health implications.

Removing a wasp nest is dangerous and should only be attempted by professionals equipped with the right PPE equipment and knowledge of how wasps can be removed. DK environmental offer a professional wasp nest removal service.

Wasp Pest Control

Wasp FAQs

How to get rid of wasps in wall

Wasps will get into walls via small cracks or open joins. They will bit into the wall and increase the size of the opening if required but they don’t need a bit opening. Once inside the cavity wall they will spead their nest out to fill the space, growing the wasp colony grows.

DK Environmental Pest Controller with assess the site and identify where the wasps are gaining access. We will then apply a treatment to the area that will be taken into the nest by the wasps as they enter. As the wasps take the treatment into the nest the nest becomes infected and they will die within a few days.

Do wasps swam?

Wasps do not swarm but by their nest were it is busy with their coming and goinf they can attack in numbers as they protect their nest.

What happens when you get stung by a wasp?

If you are stung by a wasp the body will quickly go into shock as Anaphylaxis occurs. In some cases an allergic reaction to the wasp venom can be very severe and even fatal. It is very important to seek immediate medical advice to treat anaphylaxis cased by a wasp sting.

What attracts wasps?

Wasps love sugar and are attracted to drints and fruit that contains sugar. Fruit on trees that are damaged or rip often attack wasps as they contain sugar. As fruit rots it will ferment and produce sugar that attacks wasps.

Will a wasp attack?

Wasps have been know to sting even when unprovoked. Specially around their nest as they feel threatened and look to protect it.

How many wasps are in the nest?

With the queen wasp layout 10 – 20 eggs per day the number of wasps in a nest soon increases. During the peak of the warm summer, July – September, the wasp nest will grow with a population of up to 3,000 to 5,000 wasps.

When are wasps most active?

Wasps like the heat and will be most active during the hot summer days and only slowing at dusk and the cooler evenings. In the warmth of your home they can stay active much later.

Will wasps return to same nest next year?

Once the nest dies in October/November all the worker wasps will die leaving several queen wasps that hibernate to start a new nest next year. They will normally build a new nest which can often be in the same location at the previous year.

Were do wasps build nests?

Wasps contruct their nest in a range of locations.

  • Roofs, lofts, facia boards and even cavity walls.
  • Garden sheds, garages and summer houses.
  • Trees stumps and hanging in the branches
  • Hols in the ground
How long do Wasps last in the UK?

These are insects with a very short life. The adults live about 2 months, but their larvae can last for months.

In the UK depending on the weather they usually will last from April/May through to October/November. With the warmer temperatures wasps have been known to last into December and will often eat they was through gaps into rooms in the house and warmer temperatures.

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