Unlike some wasp pest control companies, we quote what you pay, so there is no confusion.
All of our wasp pest control jobs are individually priced which is how we end up being the cheapest available solution.
We are a part of the FM Solutions Group, one of the UK's most tried and trusted facilities management groups.
As a part of our wasp pest control packages, you can pick a time that best suits you for dealing with 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 treatment.
We have been around for quite a while now which means we know our way around professional wasp pest control.
We guarantee we won't rest until we remove every last pest. Direct Pest goes above and beyond to provide service satisfaction.
Wasps are a horrible problem to have but they are actually relatively quick to deal with, if you have the right equipment. Leicestershire based Direct Pest offers a wasp pest control service that is guaranteed to get them gone and leave you nothing short of impressed!
For wasp treatment, let us know when would be convenient. We will then get one of our team to give you a call back at a time that suits you best. Phone 0800 088 6392 today to call out our trusted pest controllers and get your wasp problem solved.
There are 2 types of wasp in the UK you are likely to find: solitary, which are rarely a concern, and social. Social wasps cluster together and their nest population size is able to reach up to 10,000 wasps. These are the nests that you are likely experiencing problems with. Our team are experts at removing social wasp nests. Approaching a wasps nest without protective clothing can be extremely risky for your health, When they are leaving their nest to sting you, if you have been stung already, more will follow and will be very hard to stop.
All wasps are carnivores that kill and eat other insects, such as butterflies. Some of them will also eat ripe fruit.
They build nests for the queen wasp from wood scrapings, cardboard and paper which they mix with their saliva to form cellulose. They often choose sunny spots when building nests but they can be found in a variety of shaded places too, often 15 feet plus above the ground. They are most commonly found under eaves of houses, in attics, walls, roof spaces, trees, hedges and underground.
Care should always be taken around wasps and their nests as their venom contains a pheromone that causes other wasps to become more aggressive so it is not advisable to swat one near its nests or other wasps. For that reason alone, if you do come across a nest, it should be reported for removal immediately; especially if it is in a public place such as the home or commonly used public spaces.
Yes, for some people, as the venom in a wasp sting can cause anaphylactic shock which can be fatal. If you are allergic to wasp stings this will also cause further problems.
An ordinary sting however, can be treated with ammonia, alcohol or cold poultices followed by antihistamine ointment.
Medical help should always be sought immediately if you are stung in the mouth or neck or if you experience dizziness, nausea, unusual swelling or extreme pain following a sting though.
Our wasp nest removal professionals have got it down to a fine art, but it still takes some time. Most wasp nests can be removed in one working day.
However, if the wasps nest is not gone the first time we out to treat it, our expert wasp removers will come back free of charge until your problem is solved.
Our wasp nest treatment is the best way to be able to deal with a problematic wasp infestation that is plaguing your property.
Our teams of highly trained pest controllers will carefully pack up a van full of specialist tools and hurry to your location at a time of your choosing. On arrival, we’ll discuss the issues you are having in detail and make sure we know everything about the pest infestation. Many pests can be dealt with in one masterful strike, carefully taken care of in one treatment.
However, more stubborn pests may require our experts to return for multiple visits, equipped with an array of advanced technologies that will have pests running on sight. This callout fee covers the costs of our experts time, and is a minimum cost that may increase based on the severity of the problem.
If we assess the situation, and the cost of the full treatment is out of your price range right now, you can cancel the treatment and only pay the £90 (inc. VAT) for the inspection visit and the advice you will get from our professional team.
At Direct Pest we know what bother and upset wasps can cause so fill out our form and we will get one of our team to give you a call at a time that suits you and arrange a date that would be convenient for you to come and treat your property.
Our wasp pest control experts are based in Leicestershire, which gives us the ability to treat wasps nests around the Midlands. This includes Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and the surrounding areas. We are a growing business, so if you have found us, we likely cover your area. Find out more about the areas of the Midlands we cover for wasp control and wasp nest removal.
The video below shows how we treat wasp nests. There are also further steps before and after, such as identification (telling apart wasp and hornet etc to make sure you do have a wasp problem).
If your business has come under siege from an infestation of wasps then it’s time to call in the cavalry. Here at Direct Pest we handle everything from small pest problems to dauntingly large invasions, so that your business can keep running smoothly. Find out how Direct Pest can help your company today.
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