Wasp Nest Removal Lancing

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A wasp nest on your residential or business premises can be the cause of a lot of distress. Fortunately, by hiring our experienced wasp removal specialists, they will quickly and safely resolve your pest problem in just a few hours. Not only that, but they will also give you all the professional advice you need to prevent wasps from nesting on your property again in the future.

Dangers of Wasp Nests for the Residents and Businesses of Lancing

When out of control, wasp nests and their inhabitants can start to cause some trouble to the residential and commercial community of Lancing. For residents, a wasp infestation can result in:

  • Unprovoked swarm attacks and an increased risk of getting stung
  • Damage to the structural integrity of your property
  • A life-threatening allergic reaction called anaphylaxis
  • Displacing the local population of other insects such as bees

If you happen to run a business, on top of the above, an out-of-control wasp nest nearby can result in a serious loss of business and revenue.

Signs That You Have a Wasp Nest Problem on Your Property

If you can't see the wasp nest but suspect that there is one, there are a few different signs to look out of. The most obvious one is a constant buzzing sound that's coming from one place, such as your cavity wall or attic space.

Additionally, pay close attention to the wooden elements around your property in close proximity to where you think the nest is located. This is because wasps will chew away any wood they can get hold of, which they'll use to build their nest.

And lastly, keep an eye on the general wasp population in the area. Does it seem to be increasing over time? If so, that's a good indicator that there is a wasp nest nearby that is rapidly growing and needs to be removed as soon as possible.

How Our Wasp Nests Removal Process Works

We take great pride in how we deliver our wasp nest removal services. Rather than using chemicals and pesticides, which are harmful to the local ecosystem, we take a more manual approach. Our exact approach will be determined based on the size, location, and species that live in the nest on your property.

To give you an example, if you're dealing with an underground wasp nest, we would first hoover all of the wasps as they try to exit the nest before removing it. If you were dealing with a wasp nest that is on a tree branch, we would cut it at the base before placing it in a mesh bag. As for the wasps flying around, we will catch them using a fishing net. If you're interested, feel free to ask our specialists on the day what approach they are taking and why.

Enquire about Wasp Nest Removal Lancing

Don't wait until you, your family, or your pets get stung. Contact us today and we'll take care of the wasp nest on your property at your earliest convenience.

Wasp Nest Removal Lancing FAQs

Though we are the busiest during the peak of summer, don't worry as we have accounted for the demand and will be able to respond to your needs quickly. So, if you're facing a wasp problem and want it resolved as soon as possible, get in touch with our Lancing wasp nest removal experts to find a time and date that works best for you.

While waiting for our team of specialists to come and establish pest control on your property, we recommend that you stay as far away from the wasp nest as possible. That way, the risk of getting stung will be brought to a minimum. If the wasps have nested close to a place you can't always avoid, use insect-repellent spray and wear long-sleeve clothing.

If a colony of wasps found your property to be a desirable location for their nest, it is totally possible for a different colony to nest on your property in the future. The good news is that wasps are very particular about their nesting location. The nesting spot must be close to all the resources they need and be in a location that is safe from predators and harsh weather conditions.

With that information in mind, you can work against the wasps by making your place undesirable for them. To prevent future pest problems, we recommend that you:

  • Install dummy wasp nests around your property to trick the worker wasps and make them think the area is already occupied.
  • Remove existing wasp nests so that a new colony of wasps doesn't just move in.
  • Don't leave food (especially if it's sweet) out in the open and regularly wash the surfaces where you handle food.
  • Seal all gaps and holes around the exterior of your property to prevent wasps from nesting inside your property.