Wasp Nest Removal: Leeds, Ilkley, Otley & Wetherby
Wasp nest removal in Leeds, Ilkley, Otley, Wetherby and all areas in between 7 days a week all treatments come with a 100% guarantee.
If I don't answer your call, I'm probably just busy dealing with a Wasp Nest please send a text message to 07977 1080 036. and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Wasps are without a doubt the most common pest I deal with. Wasps nests are treated using a professional grade insecticide, injected under pressure in to the wasps nest. The treatment is simple and wasp activity will gradually reduce post treatment until all the wasps are dead. As with all my work wasp nest treatments 100% guaranteed.
Fixed Price Wasp Removal £59.00
I give a fixed price for wasp removal treatments in Leeds. I never charge any more than £59.00 to treat a single wasps nest. Should any other nests require treating while I am on site I only charge an additional fee of £10.00.
Leeds City Council £60.00
I usually provide a same day service and provide a one hour time slot so you don't have to wait around. I only use professional wasp nest treatment products.
Don't Get Stung
Many of the companies advertising as Leeds based companies are actually based in Derby and many have beed featured on the BBC TV show Rogue Traders.
These out of town companies often charge hundreds of pounds for a simple wasp treatment. Always ensure that the company you call is an actual local company and is not simply using a Fraudulent Google places listing.
Another common scam is call centres who advertise as pest control companies. They take an up front payment over the phone and then pass the work on to a local unqualified handyman.
There are a few main species of wasps that cause problems in the UK. The Common wasp and the European wasp are the most common. Their habits wasp are almost identical an do not really warrant further discussion here.
Wasps are social insects and live in colonies for most of the season the nest consists of a queen and sterile female workers. Towards the end of a season male wasps and fertile females are also produced following mating the mated females “queens” leave the nest and look for a suitable location to “overwinter”. In spring of the following year the new queens emerge and look for a suitable place to but a nest. She starts by building a few cells in a small nest to begin a colony. One egg is laid in each cell and the queen feeds the developing lava. After a period of around 30 days the first batch of workers emerge, and immediately take over the task of food collection and nest building while the queen continues egg production. Wasp nest size will vary, but they often contain ten thousand wasps late August.
Wasps will defend a nest if they feel it’s under threat, inadvertently getting too close to a nest may be enough to causes the wasps to attack. Wasp stings are not only painful the can often lead to a serious allergic reaction and in rare cases death.
David Etherington - Your Local Pest Control Expert.
If you are having problems resolving your pest problem why not call to get a free quote and explanation of the process I will use to resolve your pest problem. I generally only cover the Leeds area, I am based in Moortown North Leeds.