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From April until early June, the queen wasp will leave hibernation and begin building a brand new wasps nest in a new location. The queen wasps will often build the new wasps nest in roof voids wall cavities or in outbuildings. During June July and August they will continue to expand their wasp nests and by September the nests could have thousands of wasps in them.
For urgent wasp nest removal call Landcare Pest Control today for a competitive quote on 07973-662467
Professional Treatment Services from Landcare Pest Control
In the spring and early summer wasps can be beneficial because they feed on other insects in the area. However, when wasps build their nests too close to humans, they can become a nuisance. Treating the nest is the best way to eradicate your property of wasps. Turn to Landcare Pest Control for professional wasp nest treatment services.
Our qualified professionals are happy to serve clients from South Wales and the English border counties: Abergavenny, Raglan, Crickhowell, Usk, Tintern, Monmouth, Chepstow, Hereford, Newport and Cardiff.
Wasp nest treatment is arguably the most difficult pest removal of all, they can be very dangerous – particularly for those with allergies.
Wasps are often protective and defensive of their nest and young, so it is not uncommon for them to get aggressive and prone to stinging when interfered with. Instead of trying to remove the nest yourself and risking getting stung and hurt, call in Landcare Pest Control who can get the job done in the most effective and humane way possible.
Three Steps to Wasp Nest Treatment
First, locate the nest, then call us at Landcare Pest Control. We will help rectify the situation by sending a fully qualified wasp expert to your premises on the same day, or at a time that best suits your schedule.
Secondly, our expert pest controller will apply a potent insecticide spray at the entrance of the wasp nest. The spray then sticks onto the wasps where it then gets spread on contact inside the nest.
Thirdly, the insecticide usually eradicates the nest within a couple of hours. This is when our pest controller will talk you through the aftercare process. Be careful of dead wasps as they still sting when stepped on.