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As Your Local, Bristol wasp control, experts, it's good to know we have been solving wasp problems locally for many years. We have safely treated and successfully controlled hundreds of wasp and hornet nests in the Bristol area and are backed by all the training and Insurance you would expect. We offer a same day service that is guaranteed for complete peace of mind.
What you might not know about wasps
It is worth noting that if you are stung next to a nest, a chemical is discharged into the air, alerting the colony to attack the threat. As the face is the most animated part of the body it tends to be the place you get stung first, especially around the eyes and mouth. The average nest contains 2 - 10 000 wasps depending on species and time of year so that's a lot of stings. Don't take chances call Wasp Nest Bristol!
Q: What is the difference between, Bees, Wasps and Hornets?
You can clearly see differences between these insects. The sizes are not life size but this picture clearly shows you how a bee is different from a hornet or a wasp.
Q: How much does a Bristol wasp control treatment cost?
Every wasp control treatment and removal is different but our treatment prices start from as little as £39.00 depending on the number of wasp nests to be treated on site etc. "Now That's Bargain Wasp Control"!
Q: What happens if the wasp control treatment does not work?
Our Bristol wasp control service opperates across your area, and because we are so popular our experts are almost always nearby, so we can get back to you fast. If you are in a Bristol post code area, that's fantastic, because it means we can get back to you within as little as 24 hours. So if the Wasps or Hornets are still actively going back into and out of the treated area five days following treatment and we guaranteed it, you can rest assured you will not pay a penny for re-treatment.
Wasps and Hornets in your area:
Wasps and Hornets belong to a group of insects known as Paper Wasps because their nests are constructed primerily from chewed up wood pulp.
Removal of nests is often counter productive. We often advise that removal of a nest - especially a large one in a confined space, is both dangerous and not always productive as the nest acts as a self contained killing box for the wasps or hornets to return to, once the chemicals are delivered into the nest. The nests are made of paper and will simply disintegrate over time. A chemical pheromone left by the nest is believed to be responsible for causing them to return year after year - a property where nests have been removed in the past will still attract new colonies year after year, so removal does not prevent this pattern. Removal can be done if required but usually ads to the cost as it often takes a lot of time to do safely and effectively and may involve the need to employ plasterers or roofers.
Treatment of nests, requires the use of professional pest control chemicals and specialist pest control equipment to be successful and we have the very best and safest chemicals for your complete peace of mind.
DIY Wasp Control
Wasp Nests and Hornet Nests are unpredictable and like most things in nature temperament varies with every nest. Some large nests do little to defend themselves whilst a smaller nest will attack with incredible ferocity. Our advice is to avoid any nest larger than a grapefruit in size as it may already have hundreds of workers defending it and, even if you remain safe people including children and pets close by may be at risk if you do not do it effectively. The Wasp Nest Bristol site has been created to help you make a balanced decision on how you want to control your nest.
If in doubt - CALL US! and get it done professionally.