Without the central control of the hive, wasps lack any sort of guidance, and the systems of chemical communication they use to co-ordinate aggressive responses to intruders break down. As they no longer have the social structure necessary to direct their actions, wasps will rapidly become confused and disorientated, and those that are not killed by the initial insecticidal spray are unable to survive long outside of their nest, which they depend on not only for direction, but also for shelter and protection at night, leaving your property free of wasps in a single, complication-free procedure.
Our Greenwich centre maintains a wasp-control phone-line 7 days a week, and we also offer a free consultations service, meaning we can fully assess your wasp problem for you free of charge, giving you all the facts and all the options before you have to choose a course of action. If you decide to make use of our services, we can usually have a technician at your property on the same day we hear from you for a quick and convenient wasp removal.
Wasps are typically dormant throughout the colder months of the year, as the majority of the wasp population will die out at the onset of winter. When the weather begins to warm up again, the queen wasps that have hibernated over the winter will set to work building new hives, usually with little regard for whether their nest will be in a human property or not.
These hives can grow to a considerable size before they are discovered, since they are often secreted in voids throughout a property, and the wasps that are sent out around the hive to forage are often mistaken for being individual wasps from a distant nest rather than agents operating from a nearby hive. These foraging wasps will bring back food to the hive, which is then used to feed eggs and larvae that will gradually spawn into new wasps at a rate of up to several hundred per day, meaning a wasp population can rapidly balloon in size.
In large enough numbers, wasps can prove a real menace around a property, attacking and stinging its inhabitants and defending the area around their central hive in an extremely aggressive manner. Since each wasp is able to sting numerous times without dying, unlike bees, and since wasps can breed into the thousands, these attacks can result in excruciating numbers of stings, and they can provoke allergic reactions even in people whose wasp venom threshold is usual fairly high.
At Greenwich Wasp Control, we always find that a fast response to a wasp problem is the most effective. The sooner you spot a wasp nest on your property, the better you will be able to prevent the possibility of a wasp attack, and the easier it will be for our technicians to completely eliminate the wasp presence.
However, our operators have the tools to eliminate even the largest infestation, and they bring a heavy-duty insecticidal spray, only available to certified professionals, that is strong enough to exterminate a wasp population in a single treatment. This insecticidal dust is applied to the mouth of the hive, and once it has taken effect it will kill off the wasps inside, as well as compromising the hive itself, which disorientates and eventually kills any wasps outside the nest as well, eliminating all the wasps that were initially dependent on the hive.
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