Wasp Nest Removal in Carshalton
If you see wasp activity and are in need of a Wasp Nest Removal in Carshalton.
Just call 0800 112 3480 to book an appointment.
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100% Satisfaction – Guaranteed
We are so confident of our wasp nest treatment processes that we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
In the unlikely event that the initial treatment does not work and the wasp nest remains active, we will return and re-treat the wasp nest FREE OF CHARGE.
The wasps and their nest must not be approached or removed until all wasp activity ceases.
Wasp Nest Removal in Carshalton – Treatment Process
The treatment of a wasp nest involves the dusting of the nest and any entrance points with an HSE approved insecticide powder. If the wasp nest is inaccessible (behind a cavity wall for example), the nest can still be treated by dusting around the entry points of the wasp nest, as this is then picked up by the ‘worker’ wasps and carried into the wasp nest.
In most situations it normally takes around 30 minutes for our technician to complete their risk assessment and the required treatment of the wasp nest, but this can be extended if other hazardous conditions exist.
Once completed, the wasps will quickly start to die off, but it can take up to a day or two for all wasp activity to cease. There is no necessity to remove the nest as once the treatment is completed the wasp nest will not be used again, but if it is accessible and required we can return and remove the wasp nest at a later date for an additional charge.
Wasp Nest Removal in Carshalton – Risks
The greatest risk from a wasp is their sting which can be very painful. For some people a sting can lead to a very serious medical reaction called anaphylactic shock.
Book a wasp nest removal treatment as soon as you notice any wasp activity. Call us on 0800 112 3480 for advice to minimise risk.
Wasp Nest Removal in Carshalton – Information
A wasp nest is normally constructed from chewed wood and saliva and starts off about the size of a walnut, before growing during the summer months. The nest can grow to over 30cm in width, and normally contains between 4,000 and 6,000 wasps, with larger wasp nests holding even greater numbers.
All the ‘worker’ wasps will die out during the winter months and only the ‘queen’ will survive. The following spring she will leave the old wasp nest or her hibernation cell and commence the construction of a new wasp nest in a new location. The old wasp nest will not be used again, although the location such as a loft can be used many times.