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Kearsley Wasp Nest Removal Treatments
Risks of Wasp Removal
Wasps are dangerous because many insects can attack at the same time. Never attempt a Kearsley wasp nest removal treatment yourself.
• Some individuals are allergic to the venom in a wasp or hornet sting and can suffer extreme anaphylactic reactions, such as swelling of the face, breathing problems, difficulty swallowing, itchy rash and a rapid pulse.
• Even if an individual is not allergic, a wasp sting can cause a large noticeable swelling in the area of the sting.
• A usual reaction to a wasp sting is redness, discomfort and slight swelling at the site of the sting.
Several species of wasp thrive in the UK. The most prevalent is Vespula vulgaris or the common wasp found in gardens, fields and wooded areas throughout the UK. The common wasp is a social insect living in a colony, which may house as many as 10,000 wasps. The queen wasp hibernates through the winter and in the spring begins to build a nest for her eggs in an underground deserted burrow, a wall cavity in a commercial building, the eaves or verandah of your house or a garden shed. During the summer, the nest can develop until it measures 2 feet across. With its torpedo-shaped, black and yellow striped body, the common wasp is easy to recognize.
Larger than the common wasp, the hornet, which is a type of wasp often nests in trees. A nest can contain as many as 300 to a 1,000 orange and brown insects. Both the common wasp and the hornet are angry and aggressive and will attack, if disturbed or if their nest is threatened. Unlike bees, all types of wasps can sting many times.
Kearsley Wasp Control
Kearsley Wasp nest removal treatment in a residential or commercial setting is a job that’s best left to trained experienced professionals, who can:
• Remove the nest quickly and easily at a convenient time because they wear protective clothing and have the correct equipment for the work.
• Ensure that Kearsley wasp control and the removal of the nest poses no danger or health risks to local residents.