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Wallasey Wasp Nest Removal Treatment
Why is wasp control necessary?
While you may think that it is enough to try and get rid of the pests yourself, wasps and hornets are pests that should be taken care of by professionals. Wasps can sting multiple times, unlike bees, and without the proper safety equipment you could end up in a swarm and be severely harmed. Wasps are very territorial, and without proper knowledge of safe practice for wasp removal it is possible for the wasps or hornets to come back at a later date as well.
Hornets and wasps
Wasps are generally described as any insect in the Apocrita suborder that isn’t a bee or an ant. Hornets are a subspecies of wasps. The common wasp (Vespula vulgaris) is found in much of Europe, as is the common hornet (Vespa crabro spp. Vexator). The two species are visibly different from each other, with the common wasp being yellow and black, whereas the common hornet is yellow and red. In both cases, it is only the female of the species that has the capability to sting. More often than not however, these are the ones that you will see outside the nests, as the males are primarily workers on the inside of the nests.
Wasp control generally consists of a Wallasey wasp nest removal treatment and preventative measures to stop the reoccurrence of the wasps in the area that they were inhabiting. This can include the simple removal of the nest if it is small, but may also include the plugging of holes created by the pests or spraying the affected area to ensure that the wasps are killed off as well as preventing them for returning.
Whether you are a commercial venue or a private homeowner, we have the Wallasey wasp nest removal treatment for you. We cater to everyone with any problem, large or small. We offer discrete and confidential services and are proficient in our work. Our services are well priced and affordable, as they should be. No one should have to suffer with these pests when there are other options available to them.