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Bryn Gates Wasp Nest Removal
Wasps and hornets are two of the pests that no homeowner or business want in their property or close vicinity thereof. These pests can become a great problem during the late summer months when they can be particularly aggressive and pose a great threat to young children and inquisitive pets. This is also the time when many homeowners and businesses attempt to get rid of wasp nest problems themselves using some do-it-yourself methods trying to save on the wasp nest removal cost. Following the DIY route can have disastrous consequences which can lead to hospitalisation or even death when being stung. It is always the best option to leave Hornet and Wasp Control problems in the care of a professional wasp exterminator who will deal with the problem in a safe and efficient manner. Our local Bryn Gates Wasp Nest Removal will provide a specialist service and will eliminate and get rid of wasp nest problems to ensure that your family and pets are safe.
It is critical to understand wasps and their life-cycle to fully understand why it is important to allow specialist pest removers do Hornet and Wasp Control when dealing with the scourge. There are two wasps that pose a great threat to people and their pets in Britain. Both these wasps have the typical tapered wasp body which ends in the stinger. Their body is a bright yellow colour covered with black markings and is about 2 cm long. The wasp can repeatedly sting a person or animal and inject its venom into their victim. This will produce a very painful sting, in many instances, an allergic reaction can be shown to the venom. Many people have never been stung before and don’t know how their bodies will respond to the venom. The allergic reaction can lead to anaphylactic shock or swelling of the throat which can lead to death. Many hundreds of people in the UK are hospitalised yearly which in some instances might even lead to death.
Any person or animal perceived to be a danger to their nest will be attacked by wasps. When wasps attack they have the ability to repeatedly sting while releasing a pheromone. This serves to alert any wasp in the vicinity to a possible threat that causes them to swarm and attack the perceived threat. A wasp nest can during late summer house anything between 6000 up to 10000 workers which illustrates the threat and why it is important to get rid of wasp nest problems. The wasp nest removal cost will also not be exorbitant comparative to the risk involved.
During spring, a queen wasp who hibernated builds a small golf ball size nest which she attaches to any safe and secure place. The off-white nest looks like it is made of paper mache. The queen uses small bits of wood that she chews and sticks together with saliva. Nests can be found under eaves, slate roofs, windowsills, on large branches, or inside attics, anywhere they can be safely attached.
Once the nest is built, it contains a few cells into which the queen lays eggs. She first lays the eggs of sterile female workers which she will raise to take over the tasks of enlarging, protecting, and feeding the nest. The queen wasp lay between 200 and 300 eggs a day which ensures that the nest population forms a colony. During late summer she starts laying eggs that will hatch into queen wasps and fertile males that will continue the life-cycle. During this period the nest changed into an oval shape resembling thousands of wasps inside. The wasp colony can now become very aggressive and worker wasps tend to seek out more sugary food which includes our beverages. This can easily lead to someone being stung and thousands of wasps in the area can lead to disaster.
It is very important that a strategy should be implemented when dealing with pests like wasps and for that reason, a specialist local wasp exterminator, Bryn Gates Wasp Nest Removal service will ensure that your property can be safe from any wasp infection.