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Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford kill wasps nests within your regions of Manchester, Trafford, Lancashire, North Cheshire and Merseyside for the fixed rate of just £32 or £44.50 for people dwelling in postcode areas L, CW and CH.
Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford operate seven days per week all through the wasp season of June – November and we never charge extra cash for call outs in the evening hours or at weekend.
In order to eliminate a wasp nest call Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford we answer our phone from 8.00 am to 10.00 pm and this includes weekends.
Throughout The UK Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford destroy three major types of wasps. The Common Wasp (Vespula vulgaris), the German wasp (Vespula Germanica) and the so called ‘Euro Wasp’ (Dolichovespula media), a recent arrival from the continent.
In practise it is not necessary for Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford to identify the type of wasp we are managing because they all respond to identical method.
Contrary to urban myth Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford do not ever control hornets (Vespula crabro) within the North West because we just do not get them this far north. There is a local myth in this area that hornets are much smaller than wasps when in fact they are many times bigger.
The biology of all of the type of wasps destroyed by Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford is exactly the same.
The wasp nest is started from a single wasp queen during the early spring. On awaking from her hibernation in late March or early April she will feed herself on aphids and grubs before starting to build the nest.
She makes a cocoon slightly smaller compared to golf ball using ‘wasp paper’, generated by chewing rotten wood and combining it with her saliva.
Within the rudimentary nest she’ll lay several eggs, usually less than 20 and raise these baby wasps until they’re able to fly. As soon as the first batch of wasps are flying she goes inside the nest and never appears again. Her job will now be to lay eggs and she is cared for by the workers.
Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford will get many calls at the beginning of summer from those who see these early nests in outhouses and garden sheds. Even these small nests really need to be addressed with care as even the queen can sting.
The construction of the nest picks up tempo in June and early July where the nests can double in proportions seemingly every single day.
The eventual measurements the nest is apparently governed by the weather but typically is going to be about the size of a medicine ball. Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford have however seen wasp nests bigger than Borough Council wheelie bin.
Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford will are frequently asked ‘what good do wasps do?’. Believe it or not for the majority of of the summer they take advantage of garden pests particularly greenfly and caterpillars, so they are literally a friend to the gardener.
For most of the summer the wasps brought to life by the nest are sterile females but as autumn gets near the nest will start to make new queens and males. On average a nest will produce about 2000 new queens.
Because the wasp stinger is a modified ovipositor, male wasps cannot sting, but even Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford are unable to tell a male from a female, so better to avoid.
The males mate together with the new queens then as autumn turns to the cold season the males plus the sterile workers all die and newly mated queens choose a hibernation site to spend the winter prior to starting the comlete process again in the spring.
Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford are often asked to remove old wasp nests. This really is neither desirable nor recommended. The wasp nest is spent and will definitely never be used again. There’s absolutely no need to remove a wasp nest, even when it is possible to access it, which they rarely are.
Each time a worker wasp feeds a wasp grub in the nest the wasp grub produces a sweet sticky substance that the worker wasps crave. However once we move into late summer the nest no longer develops grubs therefore the workers cannot acquire their ‘fix’ of the sweet substance. It is at this time of the season that they’ll now start to be troublesome, switching from a protein diet of aphids and grubs to a new diet of sweet foods for example fruit.
This is the reason that they will cluster around your barbecues and beer gardens, looking for sweet food and becoming an over-all annoyance.
It is not advisable to make an effort to take care of a wasp nest on your own because it is easy to sustain numerous stings very quickly. Wasps are at their most dangerous in the immediate vicinity of their nests.
Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford will eradicate your nest for you by adding an insecticide in to the entrance hole. The returning wasps will carry this powder inside the nest and the entire nest should be dead in a short time.
Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford perform the process from outside the property regardless if it is possible to see the nest internally. Only on rare circumstances will Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford have to go into the loft or attic.
Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford are often called to wasp nests where home-owner has tried to seal the entrance to the nest will expanding foam or mastic. This is truly a very bad idea and as well as making the work much more challenging for Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford, it will probably force the wasps in to the house.
It’s always best to call Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford to eliminate the nest when you first notice it. Wasp nests treated after mid-September have begun to make the new queens and additional extra-cost work such as smoking or fogging the loft area might possibly be required to eradicate these.
A result of the biology of wasp nests it will be unlikely that you’ll see wasps before late May or early June unless it has been a really warm spring. ‘Wasps’ seen flying around your house in April or May will always turn out to be bees.
Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford will never destroy solitary bees because they are benign and can’t sting.
Should a ‘wasps’ nest suddenly appears within your garden, usually hanging from a branch of a tree, then they will not be wasps but honey bees. If this happens to you call Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford as we will likely know how to re-home them with a beekeeper. We charge £75 for this service as we must break our day to get the bees to their new home as quickly as possible.
Wasp Nest Control Manchester And Trafford charge £32.00 to remove a wasp nest or £44.50 for postcode areas L, CH and CW.
For comparison listed here are charges charged by some local local authorities correct as at May 2012.
Blackpool Council £40
Fylde Borough Council £63
Preston City Council – Do Not Have A Service
Blackburn Borough Council £53
Bolton Council £52
Wigan Council £49
Salford City Council £46.96
Manchester City Council £54
Trafford Borough Council £55 beneath gutter level, £75 over gutter level.
Stockport Borough Council £42.00
Tameside Council £56.64
Rochdale Borough Council £51
Cheshire East Council £56
Cheshire West Council £57
Wirral Borough Council £46
Liverpool City Council £60
Sefton Council – Don’t Offer A Service
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