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A painful sting ruined your family’s backyard brunch? Worry not – hire us for wasp control in London immediately. We are the #1 wasp extermination and nest treatment experts in London and surrounding boroughs.
Wasps are large flying insects with powerful venom that can pose a severe risk to people with allergies. In the UK alone, wasp-related deaths per year are twice as many as bee-related death cases. Don’t risk your health – call qualified wasp control experts who can handle the situation – safely, efficiently, and affordably!
Unlike other types of pests, trying to get rid of a wasp infestation yourself can be dangerous and potentially life-threatening. DIY pesticides rarely do more than agitate the nest, and wasp traps can only decrease the population but not eradicate the colony. With 24/7 Pest Control wasp extermination service, you ensure your family is safe from venomous stings!
If you have any doubts about the origin of the nest, you can benefit from the wasp nest inspection service. If the nest on your property turns out to be an actual beehive, the technicians will advise your further actions. Remember that bees are protected and can’t be treated as wasps.
A wasp is one of those insects you don’t want to mess with. If you discover a wasp nest, call a pest control company immediately. Dealing with the nest on your own is not recommended, so we strongly suggest you call 24/7 pest control to handle the problem:
Many confuse wasps and bees and call wasp extermination services for bee colonies and vice versa. Bees are generally less aggressive; unlike wasps, they can sting only once.
The easiest way to make the difference between the two subfamilies is to look at their appearance – bee colouring is duller, and their bodies appear to have hair that wasps lack. Also, the bodies of wasps are slender, with a narrow waist that connects the two segments.
Bees are usually not considered pests due to their beneficial nature, but they can still threaten your family.
If you have a wasp infestation, do not try to battle it yourself – call 24/7 Pest Control for a safe wasp nest treatment. It is also a good idea to take measures against possible future infestations. Here are several tips on wasp prevention you can easily follow:
#1 Check for nests – check your home, garden, and backyard. Wasps prefer such locations to build their nests. Make sure you check your garage and barn as well. Early detection of a nest can save you a lot of trouble later on.
#2 Keep your windows and doors shut – install nets if needed. Wasps are attracted to indoor locations where they look for food.
#3 Secure your bins – wasps are attracted by all types of rotting food. An opened bin can easily attract vespulas that will scavenge your junk for a free meal and lead to a booming population of stingers in your area.
#4 Should you notice a wasp nest, do not try to remove it yourself. Wasps are easily agitated, and once a wasp stings you, the insects quickly follow. Numerous stings can lead to serious health problems and death, even if you are not allergic to wasps.
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