At Kensington and Chelsea Wasp Control, we understand the importance of a speedy, reliable and discrete removal service performed at the customer's convenience by qualified professionals. All our technicians are accredited by the British Pest Control Association and the Royal Society for Public Health, allowing them to remove hives with maximum safety and with high-grade equipment that only experts have access to.
We take calls and undertake removals every day of the week, and when you contact us we will try to have an operator at your property on the same day to assess the nature of your infestation. This makes it easier than ever for you to get your nest removed without any disruption to your schedule and without the need for repeat visits and follow-up treatments.
Wasps are one of the few insects in England that have practically no natural predators, as they are so dangerous when provoked that no other animals or insects will risk attacking a wasp or its hive. While wasps will typically build their nests in out-of-the-way places like roofs and sheds, the swarm will spread over a property with little regard for its occupants and their personal space.
If you see a large number of wasps in or around your property it is likely that a hive is nearby, and this increases the danger of a serious stinging incident, as the greater the concentration of wasps in an area the more of them will gather together to attack when they are provoked. Wasps stay in constant communication with one-another using a series of scents, and the scent that they produce when they feel threatened will attract other wasps from a wide radius, meaning that you can often be attacked by an extremely large number of wasps even when the nest itself is at some distance.
Wasp stings are painful, and carry a chance of inducing allergic reactions and even anaphylactic shock in a percentage of the population. Many people who do not have allergic reactions to bee-stings can nevertheless prove allergic to wasps, as the chemicals in wasp venom are different, so it is inadvisable to take any risks around a hive even if you are not certain whether or not you have a wasp allergy.
When treating a wasp infestation, our technicians will always target the hive itself rather than going after the wasps out in the open. This ensures the fastest possible treatment and the most comprehensive removal.
Once our operators have sprayed the nest with our special insecticidal dust, the wasps within will generally die over the course of a few hours, and are usually unable to make a concerted aggressive response. Any wasps outside the nest at the time of treatment will be unaffected by the spray and will know not to go inside the hive where the insecticide is, yet they will die off quickly, usually overnight, as they need the shelter and direction that the hives provides to carry on functioning, so there won't be any stragglers left once our treatment has been performed.
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