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Wasp Nest Removal

Wasp Nest Removal

Buzzoff Wasp Control take wasps very seriously providing a professional wasp nest removal service. The dangers involved must never be taken lightly. Wasps can be very dangerous when provoked and can defend their nest ferociously. Wasps, unlike bees, can sting repeatedly and in the worst cases can cause anaphylactic shock or even worse. As removing a wasp nest can be a tricky and dangerous process it is best left to a professional with the correct protective equipment and sprays to kill a nest off quickly and efficiently.

It is important to deal with a wasp nest as early as possible – wasp nests grow in both size and numbers through the season and wasps become increasingly aggressive in late Summer.

Wasp Nests

Please note that nests are not generally removed after treatment. For best results it is best to leave the treatment for several hours to take full effect and wasps will NEVER use an old nest.

National Pest Technicians Association

Buzzoff Wasp Control is a member of the National Pest Technicians Association. This ensures that you are using a professionally recognised pest technician service.

  • I called Buzzoff Wasp Control because we had wasps everywhere in the garden. They found 3 nests and dealt with them quickly and efficiently. The whole process from call to completion was under an hour – great service.

    Trevor from Rainworth

  • Many thanks for your prompt (and cheerful) visit on Monday to the wasps nest in my garden hedge. Excellent result - not a wasp seen since! I will certainly recommend you to everyone.

    Winney Stevenson from Skegby

Bee's

Wasp Nest Removal

We also treat bees. Bumble bees and Honey bees can sometimes be removed and re-located depending on ease of access.

If Honey Bees cannot be removed and the nest has to be treated every care must be taken to prevent contamination of other colonies. Once the nest is dead, other Honey Bees will raid any store of honey left behind and carry any chemicals used back to their own nest and wipe them out. To prevent destroying other nests and to prevent the chemical entering the food chain I need to either remove the honey or seal the access points to the nest the following day. Consequently, a second visit will be required. Please ring for advice if you think you have a problem with Honey bees.