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Wiltshire Wasp Control

Wasp Control Wiltshire

Pest infestations are common all over the world; however, the European wasp is a common type you might see in Wiltshire. Having an infestation near your home or business are risk to the safety of your family and customers as well as your pets. You don’t want to hear that your child was stung or that your dog chased and swallowed a wasp, which has happened to our dogs!

If you notice an increase in the number of wasps you inspect, there is a chance that there is a nest near or on your property. To eliminate the risk of being stung, inspect your home and business building you want to look out for wasps going in and out of a point this is quite obvious during the summer months, contact us to treat the infestation with a control and removal service, as soon as possible.

Pestcatcher Pest Control offer a quick and effective control and removal service in the Wiltshire area. We offer same-day control and removal services, pest-free guarantees, certified control and removal by qualified technicians.


Important Information

Except for the polar regions, wasps can be found on every continent.

The sting is toxic and can cause swelling. If a person is allergic to a sting, it is possible that they will require medical treatment.

Because their stinger is smoother than that of a bee, they can sting repeatedly, unlike honeybees.

When they die, they release a pheromone into the air to warn other wasps within the nest that it is under attack.

They are significantly smaller than hornets.

Only females have the ability to sting repeatedly.


Wasp Types In The United Kingdom

How many different kinds of wasps are there?

In the United Kingdom, there are approximately 9,000 different species of wasps. These include parasitic wasps, some of which are so small that they can only be seen with a microscope. There are 250 of these larger wasps with stingers. Only nine of these are social wasps that build large nests; the rest are solitary and do not bother humans.

The Common wasp (Vespula vulgaris) is found in almost every habitat in the UK, including woodland and urban areas. In the Midlands, they are known as jaspers, possibly derived from the Latin word for wasp, vespa, or from their resemblance to the striped mineral jasper.

Most people can identify them as the most common wasp in the UK. Adult workers (always females) are 12-17mm long, while the queen is around 20mm long. The iconic black and yellow stripes warn other animals that these insects are dangerous. The Common wasp, like the German wasp, has an abdomen divided into six segments, each with one black/yellow stripe (Vespula germanica). Common wasps lack the three black dots on the head and distinct black dots on the back, which merge with the back stripes.


How to Check for a Nest in your home or business


If you notice an infestation near your home or office growing by the day, there is almost certainly a nest on your property.

Because it is made of wood pulp and their saliva, a nest resembles a papery wall. Some common places to look for a nest are in a building’s wall cavity, on the roof of the building, in your home sheds and garages, under your home’s building, in the parking lot of your business building, or in bird boxes.

If, after inspecting the building area, you are still unable to locate a nest, you can follow the return path of a wasp and see where it goes; this will eventually lead you to the nest. Because of the increased number and the fact that they die during the winter, it is easier to inspect for a nest in the summer or spring.

The nest inspected can be as small as a golf ball or as large as a football, or even larger. It is recommended that you have the nest treated as soon as you notice it, before they multiply and become aggressive.


Wiltshire Nest Removal and Control

Attempting to remove or inspect for a nest on your own is extremely dangerous because the wasps inside will feel threatened and may attack by stinging you or a loved one.


To avoid this situation, professional nest control and removal experts must be hired to treat the nest. To eliminate the nest, treat it with a  rather than removing it. Our professional nest extractors are familiar with this treatment and technique, and they can assist you in solving your pest problem in a way that prevents the return of any pest.


Wasp Nest Elimination Wasp Nest Removal in Wiltshire Wasp Nest Control Wiltshire

At Pestcatcher Pest Control, our control and removal technicians are equipped with sting-resistance equipment to protect them from stings during any infestation removal service. After inspecting the species, our experts will use the customised control and removal service for that species to achieve the best results.


How Do You Prevent Wasps?

The best way to avoid them is to hire a nest control and removal service as soon as possible. This eliminates the possibility of being stung. Another way to keep these insects at bay is to make a few lifestyle changes, such as how you handle food and drinks outside your home.


Make sure your garbage cans are securely fastened to prevent pest access. Keep your garbage away from your home’s windows and doors to avoid attracting insects.

To keep insects out, keep doors and windows closed or use mesh barriers.

Once you’ve inspected the area and discovered a nest, keep your family and pets away from it.

Check for nests on a regular basis at the start of summer to prevent an infestation from spreading.

Learn How to Get Rid of Nests the Correct Way


Removal of Wasp Nests in Wiltshire


Most people try to get rid of nests by burning them, flooding them with water, or hitting them with a baseball bat. It is critical that you understand that using such methods will not eliminate the infestation, but will instead increase your chances of being attacked and stung by wasps, as well as the possibility of causing damage to your building’s property. There’s also a chance you’ll get stung before you even start hitting it with a baseball bat.

For all of these reasons, it is critical to hire a control and removal expert to carry out an effective control and removal treatment service in order to protect your family and your property. The following are the reasons for the removal service’s success:

The technician has access to protective gear and respiratory protection equipment, which helps to secure and protect them from any stings while inspecting your building.

The technician has prior experience working in small spaces such as your loft or beneath your home, allowing them to thoroughly examine and treat the nest with the service.

Our technicians are knowledgeable about a variety of species, how to accurately inspect the building, how to effectively conduct the service, how to inspect an allergic reaction to a sting, and how to choose the best control and removal treatment service.


How Can You Avoid Being Stung?

You can avoid getting stung if you follow these guidelines:

Sting of a Wasp

When inspecting for wasps, do not panic; instead, remain calm and move away slowly.

Screaming, flapping your arms around, or attempting to swat them will agitate and provoke them.

Hairsprays, perfumes, and shampoos with strong or sweet-smelling scents should be avoided.

Wearing floral-patterned clothing or bags, as well as brightly coloured clothing, may attract them.

Secure your business building’s bins and avoid having any soft fruit plants lying around your home or building because they may attract hungry insects.

Avoid drinking outside or leaving open drinks unattended because an insect may crawl inside.

Make sure your children’s hands and bodies are free of any food or drink residue, as this could attract insects.

When you’re outside, always keep your food and drinks covered.


What Is the Best Way to Treat a Sting?

To treat a sting, first scrape the stinger from the skin’s surface with the edge of a credit card. Warm water and soap were used to clean the area. You could also apply and remove an ice pack every 10 minutes for an hour, or take a pain reliever or antihistamine to reduce the pain or swelling.


Another method for treating a sting is to apply a soaked cotton ball of apple cider vinegar or lemon juice to the sting, or to apply a slice of lemon to the sting.


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