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If you have a wasp nest on your property and you're wondering whether to take action against it, the answer is always a resounding yes. When left alone, an active wasp nest can go from hosting 100 bees to over a thousand in the space of a few weeks. And the more wasps there are, the bigger your wasp problem will get.
Many residential and commercial property owners in Dorking have never dealt with a wasp infestation in the past. And because of that, they don't understand the true dangers of having a thriving nest near the place where you live or work.
When out of control, a wasp nest can be home to thousands of wasps that will do you (or your customers) no good. Below, we will go over some of the consequences you may have to suffer if you let the nest on your property just be.
Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can tell if there is a wasp nest inside or nearby your property. We always tell our customers to look and listen out for:
If you notice any of these signs, it's best to contact a wasp nest removal service provider who can help you address the wasp problem before it gets out of control.
Our fixed-price wasp nest removal service will get you guaranteed results without treating your property with toxic chemicals or harsh pesticides. We take immense pride in still continuing to do our job completely manually.
And despite the fact that it takes a little longer compared to modern wasp control treatments, it's more humane and won't impact you, your pets, and the local ecosystem. Following our service, during the same visit, we will also give you advice on dealing with wasp infestations in the future and how to prevent them.
Don't wait until the last minute to take action against your wasp nest. Contact us today and we will destroy it before it starts to cause you problems.
Yes, removing a wasp nest and its inhabitants is completely legal in the UK. The British Pest Control Association (BPCA) has not given official guidelines on the best and most humane way of doing so, meaning wasps can be removed in whatever way you or the specialist you hire finds suitable. When working with us, we will make sure your wasp problem is not only 100% resolved but that we resolve it in the most humane way possible.
Yes, there are plenty of natural remedies you can try out that will make your property less desirable for wasps in the future. Our favorites include hanging or replacing existing wasp nests with fake ones. As wasps are very territorial species, they will think the area is already occupied by another colony.
If you have a garden, you can take your preventative measures one step further by planting plants in the likes of mint, thyme, and eucalyptus. They are known to have insect-repellent properties, and wasps hate them.
If your case of wasp infestation allows you to safely watch from a distance, you absolutely can. The only time we advise against this is if the wasp problem is in an enclosed area such as your attic space.