£62 (concessions £31) for guaranteed treatment.
Wasps are not always considered pests. They are good for gardens and keeping other garden pests under control.
But, they can nest in the house and be a nuisance and a danger.
Like bees, wasps are generally yellow and black in colour, but with a brighter shade of yellow. Bees tend to be a shade between yellow and orange. Wasps are generally thinner and longer than bees, reaching two centimetres in length. They have smooth, shiny bodies whereas bees have a furry texture. Wasps do not swarm.
The most common places for wasp nests in buildings are lofts and wall cavities. If you see wasps coming out of a specific point on a building or in a garden, this is a good sign that there is a nest.
Wasp activity is seasonal. They begin building nests around spring time, reaching maturity in late summer. Activity dies out in winter.
Depending on the time of year, location of the nest and other factors, we may not be able to provide treatment. Before booking, please consider the following:
We do not treat bees. However, you can contact a local beekeeper for information and advice:
Alternatively, you can find a list of beekeepers on the British Beekeepers Association's website.
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