If wasps are buzzing about, you may have a nest nearby that should be taken care of. If you’re unsure, give us a call and ask about our wasp inspection services.
We’ll send out a pest controller to do a detailed inspection of the area and your property for any potential or existing breaches and other pest problems, but if we find nothing, you don’t pay a penny, so call now!
All wasp and hornet nests should be eradicated in one treatment and therefore no charge is made for revisit to the same nest.
How Do I Know If I’ve Got A Problem
Being stung by a wasp or bee can be very painful, and, for some, can be life-threatening if you are allergic to stings. However, you are able to reduce these risks by taking sensible precautions when outdoors to ensure that wasp or bee nests are properly managed. Wasps are often mistaken for bees and are also confused with other stinging insects. They are also notorious for building their nests in places where people like to gather, like around your garden or in the nooks and crannies of your house.
Prevention Is Better Than Cure
In order to enjoy your outside space, it is essential to treat wasps as soon as it is apparent they are nesting. Getting a pest controller in will ensure that the nest does not grow any further.
Once these pests have nested, they are there for the summer but if you are bugged by them from adjacent properties then using wasp jar traps filled with jam or honey will make your life more bearable.
Queen wasps emerge from hibernation in spring, when the days lengthen and the weather warms, to start building a nest, with more worker wasps hatching as the summer progresses. Wasps are most active in the warmer summer months. In the UK, the Common Wasp and German Wasp cause the most annoyance and painful stings. Even with their distinctive yellow and black body, they can still be confused with hornets and bees.
The primary differences between a wasp and a bee is the size and a more-strikingly yellow abdomen.