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Alderley Edge Wasp Nest Removal Services
The wasp is an insect that comes into its own during the warmer months of the year. Come spring-time, a wasp queen will be out of hibernation and looking for a place to lay eggs. This place will eventually develop into a wasp nest, housing thousands of worker bees. It is this sheer number, together with the fact that they can sting, that will, each year, cause a nuisance to a lot of people out and about enjoying the weather. Luckily, with our Alderley Edge wasp nest removal treatment service, we are on hand to provide a safe and effective service to rid you of any wasp control problems.
About Wasps and the Hornet
Native to the UK, the Common Wasp is one of the most numerous of its type. It’s an easily recognizable species because of the yellow and black bands of color across its body. The nests of this species can usually be found in previously abandoned spaces, such as animal burrows, garden sheds, and lofts. These nests house between 2,000 and 10,000 wasps, each with their own responsibilities, such as protecting the nest and helping with reproduction. Other species that appear in the UK will have their own unique habits, with some nesting high up in trees. These species include the only hornet type native to the UK, which is larger than the Common Wasp but much rarer.
The dangers posed by wasps come from the fact that they are a stinging insect and can attack in numbers. This danger is more pronounced the closer you are to a nest because they have an instinct to protect it from any perceived danger, even though there may not be any. Because of this, it is safest to consult professionals who have the equipment and experience to deal with nests in the safest way possible.
Wasp Removal - Our Services
One of the most effective ways to solve a wasp control problem is to have the nest removed. With our Alderley Edge wasp removal treatment, we can remove a nest in the safest way possible: using protective clothing and specialist equipment.