Unlike some wasp nest removal companies in Market Bosworth, we quote what you pay, so there is no confusion.
All of our wasp nest removal in Market Bosworth jobs are individually priced which is how we end up being the cheapest available solution.
As a part of our wasp nest removal in Market Bosworth packages, you can arrange for us to visit as much as needed for the most persistent pests.
We're a proudly East Midlands based pest removal company, covering the length and breadth of the East & West Midlands.
We use the most cutting edge technology to give you the best results possible for wasp nest removal.
We have been around for quite a while now which means we know our way around thorough wasp nest removal in Market Bosworth.
We guarantee we won't rest until we remove every last wasp nest. Direct Pest goes above and beyond to provide service satisfaction.
Upon arrival, our specialists will carry out a thorough inspection to determine the nest, necessary equipment and the extent to which they require removal and treatment.
With our excellent equipment and incredible experts, they will have shown those wasps the door in no time at all, so you can relax once again!
Our teams will also arrange follow-up checks at an agreed date and time to ensure complete service satisfaction. We will also respond rapidly to urgent call outs.
Our solutions for dealing with all wasp problems can be seen showcased in our wasp nest removal Market Bosworth service.
When you discover a wasp nest infestation, you want it gone as soon as possible. This is why when we have been contacted, we will dispatch our wasp nest removal specialists to be on their way straight to you. They will be able to quickly locate the wasp nest in order to get started on the thorough removal of it.
A wasp’s nest can be found from a collection of wasps in a certain area. You may not always be able to see the nest itself as it will have been constructed somewhere it is sheltered and protected. Wasps will also construct nests based off of being able to access food sources. If they have found their way into your property, wasps will seek out leftover food or sugary aromas. This could lead to your food storage and preparation areas becoming contaminated and leading to health issues. They will also be found around outside bins in colder times of the year, searching for food sources.
At Direct Pest, we do not recommend that anyone should attempt any removal or handling of wasp nests, in case it leads to incurred injury in the process. Multiple stings from wasps has the possibility of inducing anaphylactic shock. It is possible in the worst outcome that a bad enough anaphylactic shock can even end in death. This is why it is very important to have professional wasp removal from our wasp nest removal specialists in their protective clothing. We always prioritise the safety of our wasp experts, you, your family and your pets too!
For the best possible results, our wasp nest removal in Market Bosworth will ensure you don’t suffer at the hands of a wasp nest infestation unnecessarily. Contact us today.
The Battle of Bosworth took place in the south Leicestershire countryside, somewhere between Bosworth and Stoke Golding, on 22 August 1485. This was to be the last and defining battle of the Wars of the Roses, a series of wars fought for the control of the throne of England, between the Houses of Lancaster and York, rival branches of the royal House of Plantagenet. The battle was won by the Lancastrians, lead by Henry Tudor, who then became Henry VII, the first monarch of the Tudor dynasty. His opponent, Richard III was to be the last king of the House of York, and his death in battle marked the end of the Plantagenet dynasty, making it a defining moment in English history.
The battle reached its conclusion on the fields near to Market Bosworth when Richard saw Henry some distance behind his main force and attempted to end the confrontation quickly by killing the enemy commander. The king led a charge and tore into Henry’s group and it is said that Henry made no attempt to engage in combat himself as his bodyguards surrounded their master and succeeded in keeping him away from the Yorkist king. Henry’s main force having seen this attack moved to fight at Henry’s side and outnumbered and overpowered Richard’s group who refused to retreat.
Richard had come within a sword’s length of Henry Tudor before being surrounded and killed, bravely going down in history as the last English monarch to die in battle! In 2013 it was announced that DNA testing had identified the remains of Richard III and these remains were ceremonially buried in Leicester Cathedral.
Wasps can be an invasive and disruptive nuisance. For information regarding wasp species, their diet, habitat and the threat that they pose, you can find all the facts you will need by clicking the button below.
We operate between the hours of 8:00 am and 7:00 pm throughout Monday to Friday, working tirelessly to provide our customers with a top-notch wasp nest removal service. On the weekends we operate between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm on a Saturday and 10:00 am and 4:00 pm on a Sunday. This means that regardless of the day that you find yourself plagued by wasps, we are on hand and ready to resolve your wasp nest problem for you!
The easiest way to determine if you have a wasp nest in your property is if there are a large number of wasps found within the vicinity of an entry point to the property. Faint scratching sounds can also be produced by the wasps building their nest.
In a short answer, yes. We don’t wish to harm any people or animals which is why wherever possible we use humane removal and disposal of the pesky waspss you require removing. In that same notion we wouldn’t want to cause any distress or damage to any beloved pets in places we visit, so we take extra care around any furry (or non-furry) friends!
No, wasp nests are only used once. However, if the nest is in a preferable location wasps have been known to build new structures within old nests.
Although we can’t give an exact amount of time within which we can reach your business, due to location, our specialists are ready and waiting for your call to action. At the drop of a hat we can and will dispatch these consummate experts to come running to the rescue.
Although there are deterrents that can be bought that claim to deal with wasp nests, there is a fair chance that the use of these products will only serve to anger the wasps. Through the use of protective clothing and effective methods, our specialists can avoid you having to incur any injury from territorial wasps defending themselves.
We are based in Walcote and provide great value, reliable wasp and wasp nest removal around Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and surrounding areas.
Wasp infestation is a horrible problem to have but is relatively quick for our professionals to deal with. We offer a wasp nests removal service from just £75. We aim to get our team out to you on the day that you call us, or at a time most convenient for you.