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A wasp's nest that is out of control is not only an inconvenience, but it can pose a danger to everyone around. If left alone, the nest and the colony of wasps inside will thrive and grow in numbers that are hard to comprehend. The dangers of having a nest with hundreds of aggressive wasps are not worth it.
Having served the local residential and commercial community of Folkestone for years, we have obtained quite the reputation, which we couldn't be more proud of. As one of Folkestone's most reliable, trusted, and experienced pest controllers, we have made it our duty to serve every customer and help them deal with their wasp problems for good.
Neglecting a wasp nest during its early days because the wasps are not bothering you that much is one of the biggest mistakes our customers make all the time. And while having a decent population of wasps can be beneficial, a wasp nest that is out of control can lead to a number of problems, including:
At your desired time and date, our fully qualified specialists will come to your property to deliver the wasp nest removal services you opted for. The first step of the wasp control process is to locate the wasp nest and identify the wasp species that you are dealing with.
Depending on the location of the nest and the species of wasps you're dealing with, the wasp nest removal process may vary both in terms of technique and the tools and equipment that are used. For instance, some species like to nest underground, while others like to nest inside the walls of properties. As a result, delivering our pest management services can vary in time, but it shouldn't take more than a few hours.
Once the service is delivered, our nest removal specialists will tell you what was done, what you can expect, and what you can do to prevent wasps from nesting on your property again.
Depending on our availability, our highly trained specialists can typically remove the entire nest and the wasps from your property the very same day you contact us, without needing a second visit. If you'd like a timely resolution to your pest problem, please get in touch with us, and we will find a time and date that works best for you.
Though it is illegal in many countries from around the world, according to the British Pest Control Association, capturing and disposing of wasps can be done in whatever way you or we find most suitable. The capturing process will vary depending on the location of the nest.
For instance, if the wasps on your property have nested underground, we will usually hoover them as they exit their nest. If they are situated on a tree branch, we will use a net to capture as many of the wasps as we can right after removing the nest.
When deciding where to nest, the wasps look for a place that is safe from harsh weather conditions and predators. Wasps also prefer locations that are easily accessible and close to all of the resources they need, including food, water, and nest-building materials such as wood.
And since we know how wasps decide on where to nest, working against them in all ways possible is a great way to make your property an undesirable location for nesting. To prevent wasps from coming back in the future, make sure to:
Plug all entry points around your property such as cracks in the walls or gaps in the window or door frames.
Don't leave food around and make it easily accessible.
Regularly clean your surfaces after cooking or baking, especially if sweet ingredients were used.
Remove all wasp nests from the area so other wasp colonies don't end up just moving in.