If you think your property may be suffering from a wasp infestation, Redhill Wasp Control runs all week every week throughout the year to provide convenient professional exterminations as soon as we hear about them. Our phone-lines are always open, and we have a team of technicians on standby, meaning that we will often be able to get an operator out to your property on the day you contact us.
All our work comes guaranteed, and our technicians are specially trained with qualifications from the British Pest Control Association and the Royal Society for Public Health. Our work is always of a consistently high standard, and we have a strong reputation in the Redhill area for reliability and professionalism.
A wasp infestation is never just a problem for one property, it is a problem for everyone in the area around a hive. Wasps will spread out from their hive to forage for food, occasionally swarming in large numbers to feed on rubbish and food-waste, and in large numbers they can react with dangerous aggression to perceived threats, banding together to attack and sting.
The closer you get to the hive, the more aggressive these attacks will become, as the insects are incredibly protective of the larvae and the queen wasp within, calling in wasps that are out foraging to return to help defend the nest. This can make a wasp infestation a particularly dangerous problem, as they can inflict dozens of stings in very short notice, and it is often difficult to predict what might trigger an attack, especially as their behaviour can vary depending on the time of season.
Many people are aware that wasps will die out at the end of the season when the weather begins to turn cold, and choose to leave their hives untreated in the hope that their problem will simply go away of its own accord. However, fewer people are aware that not all wasps die out at the onset of winter: near the end of the season, every hive that has not been treated will produce around 200 new queen wasps, who will hibernate through the winter and proceed to re-establish a new hive next year, either in the same property or one nearby, ultimately making extermination the better option in the long run.
To deal with a wasp hive, our technicians use an insecticidal dust kept in pressurised canisters, locating the nest and spraying a powerful dose of the compound into its entry-way, coating the inside with the substance and contaminating the wasps within.
The effect of this spray is two-fold: not only will it kill the wasps themselves along with their queen and larvae over a period of hours, but other wasps that are out foraging will also be able to detect that their nest has been compromised. Their natural instinct will be to re-enter their nest and protect their queen, yet, since their nest has been poisoned, they will not go inside, and instead they will hover outside the hive not knowing what to do until they gradually die off, allowing us to deal with the entire wasp population in a single treatment.
Noticed an increase in wasp presence? You may require professional wasp nest removal services.
Contact our team of highly trained technicians immediately for a prompt wasp nest removal service!
Our team could be with you in as little as 2 hours for an immediate solution to your wasp problems!