How to get rid of a Wasp Nest..... The Wasp dESTROYERS WAY.......
Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire Berkshire and Beyond
Wasp Nest Removal £60 .No Vat: Explained
Once we have arranged a convenient appointment time (usually within a two-hour time slot), your wasp warrior will happily talk you through the course of action to remove your wasp nest. Wasp nests start forming in April when the queen wasps wake from hibernation and start to produce worker wasps throughout the season until September when the nest will die. Remember we cover Oxford, Abingdon, Didcot, Henley, and many other places. For more information on our coverage area, our coverage map will explain all.
It is important to kill the wasp nest as soon as possible because, at the end of the season, around six more queens wasps are produced ready to begin hibernation for the next season, making the issue worse. In fact, over winter take a look in your loft and you may well see what look like large dead wasps but are actually sleeping Queen wasps ready for the summer.
These pictures are an important reminder of what can happen if a wasps nest is not treated and or removed. They show how a nest has eaten through a ceiling from the loft space, a nest eaten its way through a soffit board & a birds table deemed useless for the birds as they were being stung
Do Wasps Nests cause damage?
What happens after a Wasp Nest treatment?
Once the powder has been applied, it is common for the wasps to be in an agitated state. The short video shows a boat that is just about to get a wasp nest treated.
Once a nest is dead, new wasps never go back to the same one. If however, you seem to get repeated nests in the same area each year, your technician will be happy to discuss the steps you can take to minimize the problem in the future.
Once the wasp nest is dead it will decompose into dust wherever it may be, meaning there is no need to remove it. However, some people like to put it in a bin bag and dispose of it. If you would like us to do that for you just ask.
Wasp Nests are mostly found in lofts, bushes, sheds, and around windows. But as with everything in life, there are exceptions. Want to know more. Why not listen to chief Wasp Destroyer Pete talk on BBC Radio 1 Live? Pete was extremely hot at the time of the interview as the heat was extreme