Wasp removal treatments are one of the most popular exterminations services in the London area, and London City Wasp Control operates a large staff of professional technicians, backed up with considerable resources, to deal with the yearly rush of infestation complaints that come at the peak of wasp season in the summer.
We maintain a 7-days-a-week wasp control hotline, and if you contact us we make it a company policy to try and have an operator at your property and evaluating your infestation and the same day we hear from you.
Our treatment service is designed to be fast-acting and we aim to have a wasp population effectively eliminated after a single visit, making sure that you can resume your everyday activities wasp-free as soon as possible.
Any wasp you see out in the open will always be part of a much larger hive, foraging for food to feed the queen and the hundreds of eggs and larvae contained within the nest. This nest can contain several thousand wasps whose only goal will be to feed and protect their queen, who will produce yet more wasps over the life-time of the hive.
The intense protectiveness of wasps is what makes them so dangerous, as they have evolved to be extremely aggressive when they feel that their hive and their queen have come under threat. A sophisticated series of chemical signals enables even a single wasp to warn other wasps of the presence of an intruder, and these wasps will then swarm in large numbers to sting this intruder, whether animal or human, until they have either fled or are incapacitated.
This aggressive behaviour makes wasps hard to live nearby, and unfortunately, despite their dislike of intruders, wasps will often build their nests in human properties. Often a nest can set up in a building while its occupants were away, or in an infrequently-disturbed loft space, and it is easy to stumble upon a nest without realising it, often driving the swarms to seemingly unprompted retaliations.
Our wasp treatment takes into account the aggressive territorial behaviour of the wasps, and is designed to knock out the infestation at its centre before the insects have any time to formulate a response. Our technicians will introduce a powerful insecticidal dust from a pressurised cannister directly to the hive, filling it with the deadly substance in a matter of moments.
The wasps inside the hive will generally die out within a few hours, during which time they will generally be incapacitated, while any wasps outside the hive will return and find their nest has been contaminated. Their natural instinct to defend their queen and their awareness that the hive is uninhabitable will clash and disorientate them, and generally they will hover at the entrance to the hive until night-time without knowing what to do, at which point they will gradually start to die off.
Noticed an increase in wasp presence? You may require professional wasp nest removal services.
Contact our team of highly trained technicians immediately for a prompt wasp nest removal service!
Our team could be with you in as little as 2 hours for an immediate solution to your wasp problems!