Getting Rid of a Wasps Nest
Removing wasps nests is usually not necessary if the nest is not causing an obstruction, the wasp treatment we use is effective enough to kill the wasps in the nest and the queen, meaning that any wasps that return to the nest will also die. Where the wasps nest is causing a problem, for example inside an extractor fan or ventilation system, we can then remove the nest. Wasps do not return to or reuse old nests, new nests are built each year. Wasp removal is not possible without treating the nest, as they will be highly aggressive if their nest is under threat.
If you would like more information on how to get rid of wasps, give us a call on 01270 619 147, we will be happy to answer any questions and provide a free, no obligation, wasp nest removal cost.
The areas we cover include Nantwich, Crewe, Winsford, Northwich, and all other areas of Cheshire, we also serve South Manchester, North Wales, Stoke-on-Trent and Whitchurch, for wasp nest removal and treatment, and all other pest control services.
As bees are a beneficial insect, they are incredibly important for pollination, and therefore a vital part of food production. Unfortunately numbers have been on the decline for the past few years, so we like to leave them be. We urge customers to allow bees to nest or swarm wherever possible, swarms are how they communicate, and they are not naturally aggressive. Bee swarms will generally move on within 48 hours. There are a number of species of bumblebees that are solitary, they are not part of a swarm or nest, they are the fuzzy kind and one of the best pollinators!
However, we understand that in some cases the bees nest can cause accessibility issues, and a danger to health and safety due to allergies, we recommend getting in touch with a local beekeeper who can offer advice and relocate the nest if possible. Take a look at the British Beekeeping Association website for more information and to locate your nearest beekeeper.