Wasp nest removal in Sonning on Thames 

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Do you need a wasp or hornet nest removal in Sonning? Henley Pest Control provide an effective and guaranteed wasp nest removal treatment in Sonning, our pest control technicians will respond at a time to suit you to treat your wasp/hornet nest the same day. 
Our qualified technicians will treat the wasps and whenever possible remove the nest. 
If the Wasp Nest isn't visible and you're just seeing Wasps flying in and out of a an access point, we will treat the entry point to the Wasp Nest with a strong insecticide powder or a fogging treatment which will destroy the nest in a matter of hours. 
All of our Wasp and Hornet Nest treatments are guaranteed and whilst we are checking the treatment carried out we will survey your property for additional nests and these will also be treated as part of our service, these additional treatments are included in the price and also guaranteed. 

Wasp nest removal in Sonning 

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Hornet nest removal in Sonning 

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Wasp and Hornet control for Sonning on Thames 

Wasp Nest Treatment 
Our qualified Wasp Nest technicians will consider the most appropriate approach and different treatments use depending on where the wasp nest is located, the behaviour of the nest and wasps and the risk given the area of the activity. 
Wasp Nest Removal 
If you can see the whole wasp nest structure for example in a shed, then treatment and the wasp nest removal may be the best option. 
This is done by using strong powder insecticides or potent sprays, once the wasp nest is dead it can be cut down and removed in heavy duty chemical resistant bags for disposal via hazardous waste collections. 
Entry Point Wasp Nest Treatment 
If you are not able to see the wasps’ nest itself, but instead can see the constant wasp traffic using an entry point such as a hole in a wall or under the eaves. It is possible to use insecticide dusts which will be inserted directly into the wasp’s entry point, the wasps will then walk through this dust and disperse the dust around the inside of the wasps nest. This insecticide powder is highly toxic to insects but much less so to mammals. Wasp nest entry point treatments usually provide complete eradication of the wasp infestation within a couple of hours. 

Same Day Wasp and Hornet Control in Sonning on Thames 

Site Visit 
Our qualified Wasp Removal technician will survey the problem to identify if it is indeed a wasp’s nest, it is a common fact that sometimes people mistake species of bees for wasps. Once our pest control technician has identified it is a wasp nest, they will consider the best way to safely remove or eradicate the wasps’ nest. 
During this survey they will consider any risks to domestic pets, other wildlife and contact from other humans not aware of the potential risk and then carry out a risk assessment and put in place necessary precautions and give you expert advice. 
Q: Are wasps aggressive? 
A: Only female wasps can sting and will only do so when provoked. However, if you get too close to a nest, you will almost certainly be investigated by the guard wasps and likely to get stung by a wasp. When a wasp stings it will also emit a pheromone that signals to the other wasps to attack immediately! This is what will have happened when you hear of people being chased hundreds of meters by a swarm of wasps! 
Q: How many wasps are inside a wasp's nest? 
A: This largely depends on the size of the wasp nest, with some wasp nest's housing as many as 10,000 individual wasps during the end of the summer. Such large nests, however, are uncommon, with the average nest wasp nest usually housing around 4000 to 6000 wasps in the summer. 
Q: Can wasps’ nest in the ground? 
A: Yes, wasps do build nests in the ground, a queen wasp will often enter mouse holes or mole tunnels looking for a suitable site to build her nest! Wasp nests in the ground often catch gardeners unaware and they are regularly trodden on! The same goes for wall cavities, openings behind wooden sleepers, and any other area that is large enough to sustain a large wasp colony. 
Q: Does the wasp's nest have to be removed? 
A: No. Wasp's nest doesn't have to be removed after treatment if it is inaccessible or too dangerous to remove. It is however advised that if a wasp nest is visible and safely accessed that it is removed, there are other risks associated with leaving a wasp nest in place after treatment. If the wasps’ nest is very large it can cause a smell when decomposing, wasp nests can leak fluid which can stain walls or ceilings and the wasps’ nest can also provide a food source for many other insect pests. So, it isn't essential, but it is advised. 
We are a local family run business who are proud of our reputation and want every customer of ours to be totally satisfied with our service, read our reviews, they speak for themselves. 
Professional, Affordable, Reliable 
Pest Control Services 

We are a local family run pest control business near Sonning 

Professional, Affordable, Reliable Pest Control Servicess who are proud of our reputation and want every customer of ours to be totally satisfied with our service 
Contact us on 01491 902 028 
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