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WASP NEST REMOVAL
Are you having a Wasp problem? Do you need Wasp Nest Removal or someone to Treat a Wasp Nest in your home or garden? We Kill Wasps in the following areas: Tyne & Wear, Sunderland, All of County Durham, Chester Le Street, Houghton Le spring, Washington, Newcastle, Northumberland and all other areas of the North East. Give us a call today for great pricing and a 24hr service (normally same day)! 07952003275
How To Identify A Wasp
Differentiating Between Wasps and Bees
While wasps have visibly slim waists, the waist of a bee is as wide as its body.
Wasps are usually hairless, whereas bees need more hair for help in carrying pollen.
Why are wasps useful?
Wasps feed their larvae on garden pests such as caterpillars, greenflies and other bugs that can damage flora and fauna in your garden. They catch hundreds of garden pests every day during the season and can also pollinate flowers and fruit trees. But of course, despite all of these functions, excessive numbers of wasps can still be an annoying and unwanted presence. This is why you may wish to get in touch with a firm like ours to swiftly get rid of a wasp nest from your garden.
Which settings do wasps favour for their nests?
Although this can differ between wasp types, wasp nests are often found in the ground or compost heaps or hanging from structures like a building, branch or fascia. If you spot one in your home or garden and wish to have it safely and efficiently removed, don’t hesitate to enquire to our team today.
Do wasps return to the same nest each year?
Wasps nests are abandoned after the new queens have left the nest. This is why we have an influx of seemingly angry wasps looking for a sweet treat! This is because adult wasp workers are fed a sweet liquid secreted by wasp larvae. When there are no more larvae there is no more food, hence the angry wasps of late summer. They have effectively been abandoned and are sugar hungry.
What happens to wasps in winter?
Wasp workers die off in the winter. The original nest produces thousands of new Queen Wasps that emerge and hibernate, in places like sheds, attics, lofts and outbuildings, until next spring. The old nest isn’t used again, but a new nest may be constructed nearby. Remember that the earlier you spot a wasp nest in your home or garden and contact us, the sooner we can remove it for you, before it has the chance to become a bigger and more stressful issue.