We Charge A Fixed Price Of £45 To Treat Wasp Nests
When you first discover the presence of a wasp nest in the home or business premises, it can be something of a traumatic experience. The initial thoughts are likely to be focused on the safety of the family or the workforce, and that’s why we offer a service of 24 hour pest control in Manchester that’s geared towards complete peace of mind.
If there are children in the vicinity, or people with dangerous allergies, you will want to know that the situation is being handled by an experienced, knowledgeable professional, and that’s exactly what you will get with Manchester Exterminators’ wasp nest removal service. We have experienced professionals for wasp control in Manchester.
When we arrive at your property first thing we do is to locate the wasps nest. Usually you will see a constant flow of wasps coming from a hole in brickwork, air vent or fascia boards however you may also find them nesting in sheds, compost heaps, roof spaces and have been seen under the bases of children’s playhouses. Our wasp nest removal team will select the most appropriate form of treatment for the individual circumstances. We carry out a risk assessment before proceeding, with an emphasis on the safest strategy.
In most cases we treat the wasp nest by applying a strong insecticide to the entrance to the nest. Wasps which have been outside will return to the nest bringing the insecticide in with them, an activity that will continue for only few hours. This fast, effective treatment is safe to pets and children inside the home.
Activity in and around the nest will gradually die out to the point where there will be no sign of activity at all. That’s normally achieved within 24 hrs. This is a quick, clean method which has been used by our experts for many years. Once the nest’s inhabitants have all been killed, it will not be re-used by any wasps in the future and can be safely removed if needed at a later day.
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Watch active wasp nest during treatment.
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The insecticide used is a professional product and not available to the public. The powder is an off white colour and applied under pressure using a pump to destroy the nest. We use specialist extendable equipment that can reach up to the majority of high nests.
Occasionally after the treatment the wasps can become agitated before they have all been affected by the dust, we advise customers to keep all windows and doors closed for several hours after the treatment.
The wasp nest is often dead within few hours of treatment however it can take up to 24 hours for all the returning wasps to be killed by the insecticide.
Wasps build nest from scratch every year. The Queen wasp emerges in mid-April from hibernation looking for a new nest site for a colony, often in loft spaces, sheds, garages, roof eaves and cavity walls. The first brood of 10-20 adult workers (sterile females) will increase to 3,000-5,000 individuals during the summer. The workers can often be heard making a scraping noise in attics as they chew dried wood and mix it with saliva to increase the size of the nest. Wasp nests can make a resonating noise as the workers use their wings to fan air around the nest to regulate its temperature.
Typical wasp nest can last from May until November
The removal of the nest after treatment is not necessary because unlike bees, wasps will not re-use an old nest. However if the presence of an old wasp nest in your loft, is alarming the nest can be removed on a second visit if accessible.
Wasp nests are usually found under tiles, in loft spaces, in the ground and in hedges. Manchester Exterminators Wasp Nest Removal uses a variety of methods to destroy the nest depending on its location. A professional use only contact dust is the normal method of application which kills off the colony within hours. Because of the dangers involved in dealing with a wasp nest protective clothing is always worn.