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Denshaw Wasp Nest Removal
If you have a wasp problem and would like to get rid of wasp nests you are in the right place. Denshaw wasp nest removal is ready to assist with wasp removal at your home or workplace. The wasp nest removal services are provided by highly-trained professionals who are ready to assist. To get rid of wasp nests you can contact the experts at any time.
Denshaw wasp nest removal treatments are done the same same as the visit to your property and it’s a guarantee that they’ll provide instant help. There are two main ways of wasp nest removal: use of chemicals and removing the nest. The chemicals used by wasp exterminators are approved and very effective when it comes to hornet and wasp control. Wasp exterminators can also decide to completely remove the wasp nest and relocate it to somewhere else far from your property. These two methods will see to it that you don’t have a wasp problem anymore.
Two main wasp species are very common in the UK: the common wasp and the German wasp. These two species live in big colonies throughout the summer. When present in great numbers they can raise alarm. Thousands of wasps serve a single queen and when they feel that she is in danger, they go into soldier-mode. They react in a very hostile manner when they detect any form of danger. In most cases, wasps will attack in swarms and they inflict very painful stings.
Identifying wasps and hornets
Almost everyone knows how a wasp looks. Wasps have a classic yellow and black abdomen pattern, a blackhead, six legs and double wings. Wasps have a length of between 5mm to 15mm. Queens are larger than worker bees and they can measure up to 20mm. Hornets are similar to wasps but they are bigger than the latter. Hornets can grow up to 40mm long. Although the two are quite similar there are a few differences between them.
The first difference has been stated – hornets are larger than wasps. The second difference is that wasps have yellow and black stripes while hornets have chestnut brown and yellow stripes. Hornets only feed on other insects and don’t swarm in large numbers. On the other hand, wasps swarm in multitude and they feed on food waste and sugary substances. Wasps are more aggressive than hornets and they can sting repeatedly. Hornets will only sting when provoked and when they sense danger. This information is vital because you have to explain to the hornet and wasp control team what insects you have seen.
Why get rid of wasps
Wasps are not public health pests but they need to be exterminated for several reasons. For starters, wasps cause alarm especially when they swarm in large numbers. They are capable of harming both humans and pets by stinging. Another reason these pests should be exterminated is that they feed on food waste and they can easily spread germs. Although wasps are seasonal pests, you shouldn’t let them fly by your house freely. Any wasp nests have to be exterminated immediately but should be handled with a lot of care. It is only trained personnel that know how to safely remove wasp nests.
Wasp Nest Removal
It’s always recommended that you ask for professional help when you realise you have a wasp infestation problem. You should never attempt wasp removal alone because you don’t have the right knowledge and adequate skill needed. Let the wasp problem get tackled by professionals at an affordable wasp nest removal cost. They have enough knowledge about wasps, their lifestyle and how dangerous these insects can become.
Professional wasp removal experts will exterminate wasps from your home within a few minutes or hours depending on where the nest is located. They have the right protective gear that is appropriate when dealing with dangerous insects. They tackle your wasp problem with utmost secrecy ensuring that no one realises you had any pest problem. What are you waiting for? Contact professional wasp removal experts and get a wasp nest removal cost quotation instantly.