Wasp Nest Removal Kent

A Safe & Effective Removal of Wasps and Their Nests

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A wasp nest situated in close proximity to the home you live in or the building you and your staff work in can be a nuisance. If left alone, the issue with the wasps will grow bigger, until they are totally out of control. And at that point, you will need to ring a Kent wasp removal service provider to remove the nest alongside all the wasps with it.

Dangers of Neglecting a Wasp Nest on Your Property

At first, a wasp's nest might only be a mere inconvenience. However, if no pest control is established, the wasp nest can grow and get out of control over the span of a couple of weeks. That's when the nest nearby can start to cause you and everyone around some real trouble. Some of the dangers of neglecting a wasp nest and not removing it in a timely manner include:

  • An increased risk of getting stung: As more and more wasps start to live in the nest, the chances of you, your family, or your pets getting stung will dramatically increase.
  • They will displace all nearby insects: Wasps are a very dominant species, and will often force other insects such as bees away from your property.
  • Wasps can damage your property: Worker wasps will chew away wood, including the one used for the structure of your property to gather resources and build their nest.
  • Wasps can be fatal for people or animals that are allergic to wasp stings.

Signs of Wasp Nests Nearby

While finding out the exact location of a wasps' nest can be tricky (we don't recommend you do that), finding out whether there is a wasp nest nearby is pretty straightforward. The first, and most obvious sign there of a wasp nest nearby is buzzing sounds coming from one direction.

Aside from that, you should also pay attention to the number of wasps you see around. If the number is higher than usual, then there may be a wasp nest nearby. The third and last (not as obvious) sign that there is a wasp nest nearby is chewed wood. If your property has wooden elements, take pictures, and monitor the shape of the wood. If it changes over time, that's one clear sign you can have quite a few wasps and potentially a wasp nest very close by.

Our Wasp Nest Removal Process

At the time and date of your appointment, our team of nest removal specialists will make their way to your home with all the necessary tools and equipment. The first thing they will do is locate the wasp nest, determine the wasp species that live in the nest, and conduct a risk assessment.

Once all that is out of the way, everyone will be asked to step away, and the safe removal of the nest will begin. Once the nest is removed, our team will make sure to catch as many wasps flying around as possible. Within just a few hours, the place that was once home to hundreds of wasps will be completely wasp free.

Do note that depending on the location and size of the nest, different equipment, and techniques will be used. For example, wasps that nest underground will be removed in a different way to wasps with a nest on a tree branch.

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Don't risk a wasp sting and an anaphylactic shock. Get rid of your wasp nest today.

Wasp Nest Removal Kent FAQs

If our wasp nest removal specialists are available, we can schedule an appointment for the same day. We understand the importance of establishing wasp pest control as soon as possible as getting attacked or worse, getting stung by wasps is not a fun experience. If you'd like to take advantage of our wasp control services, please get in touch with our specialists today.

Yes, our wasp nest removal service covers both domestic and commercial customers all over the Kent area. Whether you're a local business facing a sudden wasp infestation or a private homeowner who wants to enjoy their property without the risk of getting stung, we can help you establish wasp control.

If wasps decided to make your property their home one time, we wouldn't be surprised if a different colony decides to follow suit in the future. With that said, wasps don't just build their nest anywhere. The location of their nest needs to be in just the right spot, and because of that, there are certain things you can do to prevent wasps from finding your property a desirable location for their nest.

To minimise the chances of wasps ever making your property their home again, we recommend that you:

  • Remove any existing nests around and near your property
  • Fill up all holes and small entryways around your property that wasps can fit through
  • Regularly clean all surfaces where food is prepared