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A thriving wasp nest on your property can massively disrupt your day-to-day life and business and put you and everyone around you (including your pets) at serious risk. That's why many residential and commercial property owners hire our experts who specialise in wasp nest removal in Crawley. We advise you to do the same soon, as every 5-8 days you wait, the number of wasps in the nest will double, making your wasp infestation problem worse.
During the first couple of weeks, an active wasp nest might just be a mere inconvenience, but over time, its inhabitants can become highly dangerous. Not just because they will grow in number by the hundreds, but because they will become a lot more defensive of their nest and the queen wasp. Below, we will go over a few of the risks our previous residential and commercial customers faced because they neglected their active wasp nests for too long.
Wasps aren't particularly great at being quiet and keeping to themselves. That's why telling if there is a wasp nest on your property is quite straightforward. Based on our years of experience in dealing with all sorts of cases of wasp infestation, here are the five most common signs that there's a wasp nest on your property.
Please, under any circumstances, don't get too close to the suspected location of the nest as the last thing we want is for you to get stung and suffer the consequences.
Our pest control services are 100% humane and safe for everyone involved, including your pets, beehives, and other insects that live in the local ecosystem. This is because we don't use any harmful chemicals or insecticides for our treatments. Instead, we do everything manually.
On the day of your appointment, we will locate the wasp nest and identify the species of wasps that inhabit it. Then, we will safely remove it without causing any major disruption to your day-to-day life or damage to your property and surrounding area.
Following our visit, you can start using your property again as you normally would. Our specialists will also give you some advice on how to prevent hornets, wasps, and flying pests from nesting on your property in the future.
Yes, every single one of our specialists is insured. That way, should any unfortunate event take place, both they and you will be protected. Not only that, but our wasp removal technicians are also fully trained and very experienced, so it's highly unlikely that anything will go wrong during the wasp nest removal treatment.
We always try to accommodate the needs of our customers as much as we can. Some days, such as during the week, our wasp nest removal specialists have more availability, meaning same-day wasp nest removal may be possible. However, in other cases when our team is extremely busy, removing your nest on the same day might be possible. To find out the exact availability of our team today or for any day in the future, please get in touch with us today.
When tasked with finding a location by the queen wasp, worker wasps look for a place that is safe from the harsh weather the UK has to offer and local predators. Aside from that, they also look for places that are close to all the essential resources they need, including food, water, and wood. With this information at hand, to make your place undesirable to future wasp colonies, we recommend that you:
Keep your yard clutter-free and trim down the branches of any trees on your property
Replace active wasp nests with dummy nests
Fill up all gaps on the outside of your property wasps can use to get inside
Regularly clean all surfaces and never leave garbage or food out in the open