You have reached Wasp Nest Removal, the easy solution to ridding your property of annoying, and potentially dangerous wasp nests and all wasp removal control.
With very few exceptions, wasp nest removal procedures are carried out on first attendance, meaning your problem is highly likely to be dealt with within hours of contacting me (contact details are to the right of this page, with the easiest and quickest way to get in touch with me being by phone) and arranging a mutually convenient time where I will carry out the necessary action to get rid of your wasp nest(s), always with minimum fuss and maximum results.
Areas and postcodes I cover for wasp nest removal are:
Cheshunt (EN7, EN8)
Harlow (CM17, CM18, CM19, CM20)
Hertford (SG13, SG14)
Ware (SG11, SG12)
The location of wasp nests can vary, and is often dependant on the wasp’s surroundings. So in UK built-up urban areas, wasps will seek out dry, dark areas such as lofts, or spaces in between cladding and the roofline, and gaps in guttering, as well as garden areas to site their nest. Another common place to find a wasp’s nest is in your garage, or garden shed, with the latter sometimes giving quite a surprise to an owner re-entering a shed once Spring weather is upon us.
Rotten tree stumps, and rock or wall crevices are also a favoured location for wasps to build a nest.
There are two main varieties of wasps in the UK that sting people, and if you have a wasp nest of any of these on your property it’s highly advisable to have the nests removed, as there is the possibility of an allergic or shock reaction should a person suffer a wasp sting.
|The Paper Wasp|
|The least likely to sting a person, the Paper Wasp has the least toxic sting of UK wasps, and will generally leave you alone, as long as you don’t bother them. It’s still wise to keep your distance from these, though.|
|The Yellow Jacket Wasp|
|Pretty anti-social, the Yellow Jacket is easily riled, and are the most problematic due to their tendency to make nests in close proximity to human contact, such as holes in the ground, rock crevices, and rotten tree stumps.|
The problem of wasp nest removal is larger than many people realise, and the UK wasp population although hard to put an exact figure on, outnumbers the human population, which means that during summer there are more than 60 million wasps at any one time throughout the country. With those numbers, it’s no small wonder that wasps nests are in abundance during the warmer months.
Luckily help is at hand, with wasp nest removal being offered throughout the UK by specialist (and very importantly – NPTA qualified) experts who can attend your property to ensure the safe removal of wasp nests without any major upheaval required. Wasp nest removal should never be attempted by unqualified persons, and if in doubt always ask to see proof of qualification from the wasp nest removal specialist of your choosing before allowing work to be carried out on your property.keep looking »