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Standish Wasp Nest Removal Treatment
Wasps and hornets are not just pests, they are potentially dangerous. So, discovering that you have a wasp nest on your property can be rather disturbing. Don’t panic, however, because we can offer you a comprehensive Standish wasp removal treatment which can make your property safe in no time, just give us a call on our 24-hour line.
Why are wasp and hornet nests dangerous?
Wasps can become aggressive, especially if their home is disturbed. Aggressive wasps are likely to sting and to sting as a group if they’re protecting their home and queen. Wasp venom, even from just one wasp can be deadly to anyone with an allergy but the stings also have an accumulative effect, meaning that even those who aren’t susceptible can be in danger if they receive thirty stings are more. It is important, therefore, that you do not try and remove a wasp nest yourself. We have safety equipment and knowledge about wasp behaviour to assist us and to ensure our safety, please call us to discuss Standish wasp control.
How will we perform Standish wasp nest removal treatment?
When you call us, we will visit your property to examine the extent of your wasp or hornet problem. We will then sit down with you and fully explain the problem and exactly how we plan to treat it. We will discuss fully with you any insecticides that we plan to use and will advise you of any precautions you should take due to the insecticides. There are insecticides on the market that claim to be able to perform Standish wasp control themselves. Please remember, however, the dangers associated with disturbing wasp nests and note also that insecticides sold to the public or not as strong as the ones we use and may, therefore, not do an effective job, you are likely to only aggravate the problem and waste money at the same time. Please let the experts perform your Standish wasp control.
Do you have a wasp or hornet nest?
If you have noticed wasps and hornets in or around your property, it is likely that you have a nest somewhere. Look first in an attic space or roof space. Do not attempt to climb up and search for the nest but look for wasps entering and exiting a common point. Remember that wasps can also enter your property through holes in brickwork and build their nest in the cavity of a wall. If you suspect you have a nest, please call us so that we can discuss your Standish wasp nest removal treatment as soon as possible.