Here at Hillingdon Wasp Control, we do everything we can to make your wasp-removal experience as convenient and trouble-free as possible. Our phone lines stay open all week to take your calls, and our same-day visit policy means that we will always do our best to have a technician at your house on the day we hear from you, meaning you have to spend as little time as possible waiting for your problem to be dealt with.
Our team will always provide you with a professional assessment and a quote for our services before you have to agree to an extermination, so even if you're uncertain about having a removal done you don't need to hesitate before getting expert advice.
Wasps are notoriously difficult insects to live with, and they can very rapidly make large parts of your property dangerous to enter, as well as spreading all over the nearby area and harassing those that they encounter. While wasps will have a very clear idea of their own territory and the areas that they consider part of it, they do not recognise that of other people, and where some insects will keep to themselves and work around a human presence, wasps will spread wherever they want.
For this reason, wasp hives can behave in a defensive or a confrontational manner, especially when they feel threatened. It is easy to step on or swat a wasp near a hive and suddenly find many more wasps gathering at your location to attack and sting, as the chemicals that wasps emit when they are killed or threatened will cause other wasps nearby to believe that an intruder is attacking or is about to attack their hive.
Since a single hive can contain thousands of wasps, its members can cover quite a wide area in search of food, and they will often gather in large numbers if they find an attractive food source nearby, particularly where there might be food waste or unsealed food containers. In these situations, feeding swarms can form, which are dangerous to disrupt, and can be unsanitary, making the infestation a considerable and unpleasant presence on a property.
In order to remove a wasp infestation, it is vital to target the hive itself. Our technicians will locate the hive (or hives if there is a particularly large infestation) if you have not found it already and will treat it using an insecticidal dust spray that will kill off the wasps inside over several hours.
Once the spray has been applied, even if the wasps try to retaliate, the infestation will be unable to continue. Wasps are not as adaptable as other insects, and cannot simply move on to build a new nest, and their dependence on the protection of their hive is so strong that, once the hive has been rendered uninhabitable by the spray, they will all die out within a day or so.
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!