If you are experiencing a significant number of wasps on your property, it is likely to be caused by a wasp nest nearby. Check the signs of a wasp nest on your property. The safest and most successful option to remove a wasp nest is to a book a professional wasp nest treatment service. We offer tailored pest control solutions to determine the best approach to deal with any wasp nest in your home or garden.
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If it’s at the start of your tenancy then the landlord will be responsible for the removal of the wasp nest. If the nest appears later during your tenancy then you will probably be responsible for getting the wasp nest removed. We would always recommend checking your tenancy contract for any pest control issues.
Most councils do not provide this service for free, if they do provide it.
Removing a wasp nest yourself is dangerous as wasps will become very aggressive if they feel threatened and will sting you and other people in the property. It is best to treat the wasp nest effectively rather than remove it and you will need to hire a professional pest control operative with protective clothing to carry this out for you.
Before a removing a wasp nest, our operative will use their expertise to confirm the insect species. It is easy to mistake wasps for other flying insects, especially honeybees. The next stage is to evaluate the risks and take a planned approach to address the issue using specialist products. Our operatives ensure safeguard measures are in place during any treatment.
Once the wasp nest has been located, our operative injects the treatment product directly into the centre of the nest to kill the nesting wasps. It takes approximately 48 hours for the entire colony to die within the nest, as time is needed for all the wasps to return.
If our operative is unable to safely access the core of the wasp nest, the treatment is applied to the entry point of the nest. Common entry points to a nest are cracks and cervices in the roof and the side of walls.
In some circumstances, after treating the wasp nest and killing the colony, the nest may need to be removed for safety reasons. Our operative will be able to advise you prior to your treatment the best course of action to take. If the treated wasp nest does not need be removed from your property, you can be assured by the fact that the dead nest is safe and it will not be used by other wasp colonies in the future. You can see more info in our "How to Get Rid of a Wasp Nest Article."