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WASPS REMOVAL SERVICE
If you are noticing more wasps in your property than usual, or are hearing buzzing all the time, then it is likely that there is a wasp nest nearby. Often found residing in loft spaces or in the eaves of roofs, nest can grow in size as wasp colonies expand their population, reaching heights of around 5,000. Wasp stings can cause pain and even allergic reactions, wasps are a pest you want to be rid of as quickly as possible, and the best way to do this is directly targeting the nest.
WASP REMOVAL TREATMENT
The treatment of a wasp nest is simple and effective with the right equipment. At MRL Pest Control, our methods for wasp nest removals are tried and tested. We are trained professionals with specialist equipment.
At MRL Pest Control, we are able to remove nests quickly and efficiently, so do not hesitate in getting in touch.
WASP NEST REMOVAL COST
We will never overcharge you for a wasp nest removal, therefore our quote for removing a wasp nest is fixed and you can always book a free consultation so we can provide a tailored solution to suit you. This price will always be the same, no matter the size, time taken or difficulty of the removal. We offer a free call out service, which is available at any time of the day or night, as we understand how urgent and distressing this problem can be.
WASP CONTROL SERVICES
At MRL Pest Control, we serve the Merseyside and the Greater Manchester area. We are equipped to deal with pest control issues you may have in either a domestic or commercial environments. We endeavour to tailor our treatment plans to best suit the needs of your home or your business.
WASP PEST PROFILE
The common UK wasp, often mistaken for a bee or hornet, is renowned for ruining barbecues and picnics, and is generally feared by people for their nasty stings. Being an important pollinator, the common wasp can be identified by its black and yellow striped body, and a ‘waist’ between the abdomen and tail. The wasp is most commonly seen from April to October, and to survive, they build nests out of a paper-like substance. Living in large colonies, nests can often be round in cavities of houses, the eaves of roofs, or loft spaces.
Inside these nests and within wasp colonies, wasps hatch and look after the young produced by the queen, whose job is to build the nest by chewing up wood. Towards the end of summer, reproductive males and queens develop and leave the nest to mate. Then, to carry on the cycle, the new females hibernate, ready to emerge next spring and start again.