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Professional Newton-Le-Willows Wasp Nest Removal
Like a hornet, Wasps live in nests made by chewing a woody material that is then mixed with saliva to form a material that resembles paper. They then use this material to construct their nests. What defines a wasp and a hornet as a pest is that they prefer building their nests near or in residential areas or other places where they can interact with human beings.
Are wasps dangerous?
1) Wasps have venomous stingers. In addition, the wasps have the capability of stinging several times. This, together with the fact that they are in the thousands, can make their stings severe and life-threatening.
2) The stings can make people who are allergic to the venom experience a tough time because they cause itching and painful swelling. In extreme cases, one may need to consult a doctor since it can cause death.
3) The wasps collect disease-causing organisms as they move over dirty surfaces and they look for insects. These organisms get into the sac containing the venom. This means that the sting injects venom and pathogens into the body.
Why you should engage Young's professionals in wasp control
1) The dangerous nature of wasp control makes it necessary to engage our professionals. This is because they use personal protective equipment and specialized tools to make use of their experience.
2) Our structural inspectors can trace the exact location of the hidden nests hence making the application of a Newton-Le-Willows wasp nest removal treatment easier
3) Our Newton-Le-Willows wasp nest removal treatment ensures that the wasps are eliminated together with their nest, reducing the chances of their return. It is a wholesome solution to the entire problem.
Above all, our exceptional services are worth your trial. We will respond to your charges free calls within an hour during any day of the week. Moreover, we take away the burden of any losses that may emanate from our services by fully insuring them. Not forgetting that efficient delivery of our affordable services is our core value. Incredible, Isn't it? Well, that is why you should give us a call for all of your wasp removal needs.
The life cycle of wasps
In spring, the queen becomes active due to the favourable weather, lays tens of eggs, and then nurses the larvae for some time, becoming drones. The drones become the workers, while the males play the role of fertilizing the queen.
The queen concentrates on laying more eggs as she leaves the role of nursing the larvae to the workers. The well-coordinated functions facilitate the expansion of the colony such that it holds thousands of wasps by summer.