Bromley Wasp Control hosts a team of dedicated professional exterminators who have a long history of operating throughout the Bromley area, and all of whom are rigorously accredited by the British Pest Control Association, as well as the Royal Society for Public Health. Our offices are well staffed and ready to deal with problems at all times throughout the week at the customer's convenience, with our wasp-control hotline open every day.
Our services aim to guarantee peace of mind to the customer, and our technicians will explain the nature of your infestation and the procedures they will use to remove it before you have to commit to an extermination plan, allowing you to choose how you want to deal with your problem in your own time and at your own convenience.
Wasps are an aggressive and invasive species, and where other insects will respond to human contact by hiding or escaping, and will often deliberately avoid humans, wasps will build their hives wherever there is an opening, and will consider any encroachment upon their territory to be an immediate threat.
All wasps in a hive share a complex series of chemical signals that allow them to communicate with one another, and this means that news of an aggressor will rapidly spread to each and every wasp associated with a particular nests, drawing in the insects from a considerable radius. Their primary response when they feel under threat is to sting repeatedly, as well as sending out scent-based distress signals, and in combination this results in an extremely large number of stings delivered within a very small space of time.
Not only are the stings themselves painful, and potentially dangerous to those with allergies, but customers often find the experience distressing, as often a swarm can materialise out of nowhere and surprise people who do not realise they have even upset a hive. This is in part due to the fact that many nests are tucked away in walls or under floorboards, so it can be very easy to provoke a large response with little or no apparent provocation.
Our wasp treatment is designed to eliminate the wasp presence on a property within as short a time as possible, and we typically aim to exterminate an infestation in a single visit. Our technicians use an insecticidal dust, applied to the hive itself, which will kill the wasps inside in the space of a day or so, and we typically recommend that you leave a treated nest at least overnight, as many wasps will return to the nest who have not been sprayed, and as such will need to be left to die of exposure outside the hive.
This service is fast-acting and, in the world of wasp extermination, one of the least disruptive methods, knocking out the wasp population at its core and limiting the affected area to the confines of the hive itself.
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