Wasps Nests dealt with in Halton 32.00 Phone 01925 670375
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A wasps nest is built afresh each year beginning with one single queen. In spring over wintering wasp queens leave their hibernation and commence developing new nests with a papery product that she creates by chewing small bits of wood mixed with saliva. This is what’s called Wasp Paper. She will raise the first few […]
Nest construction starts in earnest in June and may reach its optimum in size in August and September, when 5000 – 20,000 workers could possibly be present. In late autumn the nest creates anywhere up to 2000 queens to hibernate and make new nests the next spring. The nest itself is then spent and not used again.
Wasps Nests removed in Halton 32.00 set fee no add-ons.
During the summer months Widnes Wasps Nests will be destroying wasps nests throughout the whole of dealt with in Halton for a fixed rate of just forty-four pounds 50p.
We work seven days per week including Saturdays, Sundays and evenings and do not charge extra for evening and weekend work.
Wasps nests can usually be dealt with from the outside of the property by injecting a small amount of insecticide into the entrance using a special machine.
It is important to get a wasps’ nest treated before September when the new queens which will construct the following year’s nests start to be produced. Once this happens just destoying the nest will not kill these wasp queens as they are no longer returning to the nest. A single wasp nest can create as many as 2000 queens.
In of the wasp season we give priority to wasps’ nest calls as we are aware that many people can have a severe reaction to wasps stings and it is important to destroy the nest as soon as it is discovered. We do our best to provide a rapid same day service but this is obviously ruled by how busy we are.
It is not usual to remove a wasps nest itself as it can’t be used again and, being made purely of a paper like material it will eventually crumble away of its own accord.
We can be contacted on 0800 019 8382 seven days per week.
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