London Wasp Control operates throughout the city and the surrounding area, with a dedicated Barking and Dagenham office. This allows us to respond rapidly to any wasp problems that may crop up in the area, and our technicians have built up a good reputation among local customers for reliability and communication.
This reputation rests on our strong focus on keeping customers informed, and we always offer a free consultation service that allows you to figure out the nature of your wasp problem and the best course of action you can take when dealing with it. You will always have a clear knowledge of your infestation before you have to commit to a removal, and if you do choose to employ our services, we will tailor our treatment to your timetable and to the nature of your property.
Wasp hives are built out of chewed wood-pulp, and the wasps will naturally adapt their construction to fit the dimensions of any available space. Nests will very often be built into wall-cavities and in attic spaces, and sometimes it can be hard to identify a wasp infestation by anything other than the high traffic of wasps around a property, since the nest can be so well hidden.
Due to this factor, a wasp infestation can be easy to miss and easy to underestimate if found, and as many as 1 in 5 houses in the UK may play host to wasp hives, knowingly or not. Stumbling onto a wasp nest can be extremely dangerous, and we have had customers accidentally step on nests, or accidentally break them when performing DIY on a wall where wasps were nesting.
The dried wood pulp (essentially a sort of papier-mache) that the hives are built of will break very easily, and once broken the wasps will come out in huge numbers to sting the culprit and anyone nearby. Needless to say, this can be a traumatic experience, and our extermination services is designed to eliminate the wasp presence rapidly to guarantee peace of mind.
While there are numerous hive-treatment products on the market, as well as many "home-remedies" that are suggesting for treating wasp nests, we find that a conventional, yet intensive insecticidal treatment is always the most effective. Our technicians use a Bendiocarb compound, in concentrations unavailable on the commercial market, and apply it directly to the hive.
The treatment is relatively fast-acting, and while it will take several hours for the wasps to die, it will eliminate the wasp population thoroughly, with the insecticidal treatment limited entirely to the hive itself. While other treatments may result in an extensive clean-up or can make a property temporarily unsafe, our insecticides is applied in an extremely localised manner, leaving the nest in-tact, yet completely eliminating its occupants.
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