Wasp Nest Removal Tonbridge

A Hassle-Free Solution to Your Wasp Infestation

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Do you suspect or know that you have a wasp nest on your property? You're not alone. Thousands of residential and commercial property owners deal with wasp infestations every year. And the best way to address the issue is to take advantage of the services of a local professional. That way, the problem with the wasps will be dealt with in a timely and effective manner and you don't have to risk dealing with the pain of a wasp sting.

Dangers of Wasp Nests & Why We Remove Them

If you have a garden and grow crops, wasps can be beneficial as they will control the population of crop-eating insects such as caterpillars, flies, aphids, and more. However, for the average UK resident and business owner, a wasp nest on their property is hardly beneficial. Once the nest inevitably grows, you may have to start dealing with hundreds of wasps, which is never a fun experience, especially if you've never dealt with wasps before.

Wasps that are out of control can be aggressive, and it won't be uncommon for people around to get attacked and stung. Not only that, but hundreds of wasps can cause some serious damage to the wooden structure of your property, as they will chew it away to gather resources for their nest.

Over time, they will go from being a nuisance to being dangerous to you and everyone around (including your pets), which is why most of our customers opt for our effective wasp nest treatments before the issue goes out of hand.

How to Tell That There's a Wasp Nest on Your Property

Being able to see the wasp nest in its entirety is the easiest way to confirm that there's a wasp nest on your property. However, since wasps prefer quiet and sheltered locations to nest, in most cases (at least in the UK), you won't see the nest until you look for it (we advise against that). If you suspect a wasp nest, there are three signs to look out for, including:

  • A constant buzzing sound that comes from a single direction.
  • Chewed away wood.
  • An abnormally high number of wasps flying around your property.

How Our Wasp Control Service in Tonbridge Works

Our pest control services in Tonbridge were designed to be safe and humane for all parties involved, including the wasps. When we arrive on your property, our first job will be to find the exact location of the wasp nest and determine the species we're dealing with.

This will then determine the steps we will take to remove the nest without putting anyone at risk of getting wasp stings and a mild allergic reaction. Prior to delivering our wasp control services, our staff will let you know what will take place at each stage of the wasp nest removal process.

Enquire about Wasp Nest Removal Tonbridge

Don't neglect existing wasp nests. Get in touch and book our specialists for a nest removal in Tonbridge before the wasps get out of control.

Wasp Nest Removal Tonbridge FAQs

If you don't know where the wasp nest is but are sure that there is one, please don't try to find it yourself as a single sting can lead to a serious allergic reaction. Our wasp nest removal team has all the experience, equipment, and protective gear to safely locate the nest and identify the species of wasps that have decided to nest on your property. Once the wasp nest has been located, our specialists will proceed with the removal as normal.

The UK is home to seven different wasp species, each of which has a set of different characteristics. Some are far more aggressive than others as they mostly nest in residential and commercial properties while others prefer to stay in rural areas where they are unbothered. The two most common wasps you are most likely to deal with in the UK include:

  • The German wasp vespula germanica.
  • The common wasp vespula vulgaris.

The good news is that wasps are very particular when it comes to deciding where to build their nest. Ideally, the area they decide to make their home will be close to all the resources they need, including water and food. The area must also be protected from predators and harsh weather conditions.

Knowing that, there are many steps you can take to prevent wasps from deciding to nest on your property in the future. We would recommend that you:

  • Remove any existing nests and replace them with dummy nests. That way, the wasps will think the area is already occupied.
  • Clean all surfaces on your property on a regular basis.
  • Seal up all gaps and holes around your property where wasps might decide to nest.