Wasps Nest Removal Ash Surrey (GU12): The welcome arrival of spring and then summer also sees the appearance of more pests and insects in Ash, and as we spend more time outside in the open air, we are much more likely to encounter wasps in the garden and home. For most people in Ash, wasps on the whole are not an issue, and generally speaking their benefits far exceed the chance of getting stung. With that said, something must definitely be done when a swarm decides to make a nest in your garden hedge, shed eaves or roof void.
If a wasp nest is discovered early enough it can be treated with over the counter remedies yourself, but on account of the positioning of many wasp nests in inaccessible areas it is often safer to call on a professional. Not under any circumstances should you ever knock a nest down, spray it with insect killer or disturb it in any way, shape or form. Doing this is likely to annoy the wasps inside, and will encourage them to leave the nest and sting the first creature in sight. Which is likely to be you or your family. Wasps are more irascible when close to their nests, and even a relatively small nest can accommodate a hundred or more wasps.
CAN A WASP NEST DAMAGE MY PROPERTY?
To verify if a wasps nest poses a realistic threat to you or your property in Ash, a skilled pest exterminator will identify the type of wasp that you've got. In order to make pulp for building their nests, some varieties of wasps will chew on wood, and if left unchallenged for a while, can result in damage to rafters and roof timbers. While this damage isn't an immediate safety threat, over time it can result in issues which will need to be fixed.
It's advisable not to repair a hole if you see it is a conspicuous exit and entry point for wasps. The wasps inside will look for another way out, and the wasps on the outside will search for a different way in, if you block off an entryway to an existing nest. In an attempt to find other ways into your dwelling, yet more structural damage could be the result. An experienced wasps nest removal service in Ash will minimise the chance of any further structural damage, by locating the nest and safely removing it. As soon as this has been done you can repair and block up any holes that were enabling access into your building.
WHAT TYPES OF WASPS ARE THERE IN THE UK?
We'll be considering the two main types here i.e. "Solitary Wasps" and "Social Wasps", although there are in fact thousands of different species of wasps.
Solitary Wasps: As their name signifies, solitary wasps are basically loners, and only build smallish nests, or use crevices in the earth or gaps left in wood. Having a mostly beneficial impact in the garden, by eating garden pests such as greenfly, caterpillars and aphids, solitary wasps are almost never noticed by the vast majority of people in Ash.
Social Wasps: Social wasps will be the ones that can be seen creating large nests and at times swarming by the thousand in Ash. The large nests of these social wasps can even make a property a no-go area in extreme cases, and need to be dealt with properly. If you've got young children or pets, a social wasps nest can create an immediate and grave risk that should be dealt with by a skilled professional.
WHAT ARE THE SOLUTIONS FOR DEALING WITH A WASP NEST IN ASH?
If you've got a reasonably small wasp nest on your property in Ash, and the insects aren't actually pestering you or you family very much, it can safely be left for the moment, to see if the situation worstens. After their summer life cycle is complete, the wasps will never revisit a nest. There'll be a noticeable reduction in the overall number of wasps during the autumn, and over winter the entire colony (except new queens) will die, never returning to that old nest. That does not imply that wasps will never come back to the selfsame spot, but only that the old, abandoned nest won't be reused again. If left in place, old wasp nests will survive for many years, as they are made out of a kind of cellulose material and don't decay or rot. It is safe to remove an abandoned wasps nest, however you can leave it in place if it's not causing an issue.
If the wasps are causing an issue for you and your family and the nest is massive, contacting an experienced company in Ash is highly recommended. Keeping themselves and your loved ones safe from harm, an experienced wasps nest removal specialist in Ash, will be geared up with all the correct personal protective equipment (PPE). While the procedure is being performed, and dependant upon the extent of the wasp issue, it may be necessary for you to get out of the house for a short while. It's good to bear in mind that when you get close to a nest, you'll more than likely be met with hostile behaviour, seeing as the sole intent of wasps is to protect their queen, which they'll do at all costs.
Locating the main nest and entrances, and identifying the wasp species that is causing the issue, will be the first objective for any pest control company. A complete site survey will be necessary, given that your property in Ash could easily be harbouring more than one nest. Wasps build their nests in a whole range of different areas in Ash, but eaves, attics, tree stumps and wall cavities, are amongst the most popular. Seeing that this could mean working on a ladder at height quite often, the requirement for getting expert help is even more apparent.
After establishing the exact position of the nest, the removal specialist will apply a suitable systemic pesticide. Based upon the species of wasp, the location, type and size of nest, this treatment might take the form of a spray or a dust. More than one treatment might be neccessary to make sure that the wasps are carrying the insecticide right the way into the heart of the nest and fully eradicating it. Until such time as all of the outlying wasps have arrived back at the nest and been exposed to the pesticide, no further action should be taken. Around twenty four hours after the first insecticide treatment, there should be minimal noticeable wasp activity, but to be sure that the nest can be safely approached and that all of the wasps have been eliminated, the removal process can take place some time between forty eight hours and and up to a month after the procedure.
If there is a wasp issue in a building that's been left empty, the wasps nests might have spread into other rooms, areas and living spaces, whereby a complete house fumigation treatment may be necessary.
WHAT ARE THE DANGERS FROM WASPS IN ASH?
Around 0.5% of the UK population may suffer anaphylaxis shock from a bee or wasp sting and according to NICE (the National Institute for Clinical Excellence), this figure is gradually increasing. There were 2688 hospital admissions in England and Wales attributable to wasp stings, with 93 of these being fatal, between the years 1998 and 2012, according to a 21 year study. The risk is higher in the very young and those over 60, although any person who has a history of intolerance to wasp venom can receive a life-threatening sting from a single wasp.
HOW CAN I PREVENT WASPS NESTING ON MY PROPERTY IN ASH?
Your local pest control company will be quite happy to give you guidance and advice on the different precautionary steps that you can take to stop wasps from nesting in your home or garden in Ash.
You should consider the fact that wasps choose to build their nests in dark, sheltered spots well away from the wind and rain. This is the reason why lots of wasps nests are built in eaves, lofts and roof voids in Ash. Check around for any gaps or damage and block them up where possible. Fine grade stainless steel mesh should be used to prevent access to up vents, soffits, airbricks and chimney pots. Installing a low-wattage light or maybe even a window in a loft can deter wasps since they prefer the dark. Wooden sheds, garden buildings and roof joists can be coated with a stain to discourage wasps and other insects.
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