Hampshire Wasp Control - Wasp Nest Removal Specialists
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During the summer months, one of the most commonly encountered nuisance pests that householders find themselves having to face is Wasps and Hornets. Despite being surprisingly useful insects, the sheer numbers in a nest, coupled with the fact that they sting (which can be life-threatening), puts the Wasp at the top of the list for eradication.
If you suspect that you have a wasp or hornets' nest, then you have come to the right place.
We are confident that we can solve your wasp problem fast so please take a moment to read through the pages on our site, it will only take a few minutes and will help you describe your wasp problem to us. Then give us a call and get rid of your wasps today!
If you have a swarm of honey bees or a honey bee colony, take a look at our information page on honey bee swarm collection
We have put together some useful information pages to help you identify and understand wasps, hornets and bees.
It doesn't matter where your wasp or hornet nest is, if it's a small nest in your garden or a large hornet nest in your loft, we can get the job done promptly and safely. No nest it too big or small.
We have never failed to treat a wasp or hornet nest!
Hampshire Wasp Control aims to treat your nest the same day as you call us or the next day at the latest.
Before calling, please take a quick look at the following video clips, they will help you identify your problem.
The first video is predominantly wasps, showing different nesting scenarios. Please watch and compare your problem to the ones in the clips.
The second video shows a selection of clips including honey bees and bumble bees.
Please watch and compare your wasp problem to the clips showing bees. Pay attention to the insect's action and behaviour for comparison. We ask you to do this because, we do not treat any bees!
We charge a set fee of £45.00 to treat a Wasp or Hornet nest regardless of its location.
There are no hidden extras for call outs, climbing ladders, working in lofts or unnecessary treatments.
We can treat any additional nests that you have found on your property if you want us too while we are there. For this, we charge another £10.00 per nest (obviously if treated on the day of the original call out).
As certificated and fully insured operatives, all our work is guaranteed.
Payment is required on completion of work.
Note: We do not accept bank transfers.
We are not registered for Value Added Tax.
Make sure you have identified the species of flying insect before calling us. If you are unsure, please text us a clear photo and we will be happy to help determine your problem or call us and we will talk it over with you and advise.
While it is understandable that you may wish to have a go and treat the nest yourself, using proprietary products which you might have purchased, we strongly advise against doing this!
We mention this because in our experience, for every success story this action can often end in a complete disaster.
However, if you do wish to embark upon this often hazardous endeavour, do not call us to sort out the frequently dangerous aftermath.
Please do not call us out for bees. We do NOT treat any bee species.
Note: if you book our services you will be given an approximate time slot of morning or afternoon.
We will do our utmost to be there as promised. Please make sure you are at home when we arrive.
For your safety: we advise for several hours after treatment, keep children and pets indoors and windows/doors closed.
If you have found a nest while out in your garden and it is a Saturday or Sunday, don't worry, give us a call and we will try to come out as soon as possible.
Honey Bee Swarms North Hampshire
If you live in North Hampshire and have a swarm of honey bees (check our page on wasp nest identification to establish exactly what you have)
The Andover Beekeepers Association provide a free honey bee swarm collection service. Contact details and further information is available on the site.
Swarm collection South East Hampshire
Visit Fareham bee association, free honey bee swarm collection
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If you live in a different part of the UK, Please visit our sister site Wasp Nest Removal services UK
The key areas where we control wasps in North Hampshire are:
Bagshot Camberley Camberley-GU16 Camberley-GU17 Farnham Farnham-GU10 Lightwater Sandhurst Salisbury Salisbury-SP2 Salisbury-SP4 Salisbury-SP5 Tidworth Aldershot Aldershot-GU12 Fleet-GU13 Alton Bordon Farnborough Fleet Fleet-GU52 Yateley Basingstoke Basingstoke-RG22 Basingstoke-RG23 Basingstoke-RG24 Basingstoke-RG25 Hook-RG27 Tadley Whitchurch Odiham Alresford Eastleigh Romsey Romsey-SO52 Eastleigh-SO53 Stockbridge Winchester Winchester-SO22 Winchester-SO23 Andover Andover-SP11 Highclere
The key areas where we control wasps in South East Hampshire are:
The key areas where we control wasps in South West Hampshire are:
Fordingbridge Bournemouth Bournemouth-BH2 Bournemouth-BH3 Bournemouth-BH4 Bournemouth-BH5 Bournemouth-BH6 Bournemouth-BH7 Bournemouth-BH8 Bournemouth-BH9 Bournemouth-BH10 Bournemouth-BH11 Broadstone Christchurch Ferndown Verwood New-Milton Ringwood Brockenhurst Lyndhurst Lymington Southampton Southampton-SO15 Southampton-SO16 Southampton-SO17 Southampton-SO18 Southampton-SO19 Southampton-SO30 Southampton-SO31 Southampton-SO45 Totton
The key areas where we control wasps in Surrey, West Sussex are:
Bracknell Bracknell-RG12 Walton-On-Thames Woking Woking-GU22 Woking-GU23 Chobham Esher Leatherhead Leatherhead-KT23 Leatherhead-KT24 Guildford Guildford-GU2 Guildford-GU3 Guildford-GU4 Guildford-GU5 Horsham Horsham-RH13 Chertsey Addlestone West-Byfleet Weybridge Godalming Cranleigh Cobham Pulborough Billingshurst Betchworth Shepperton Dorking Dorking-RH5 Virginia-Water Windlesham Godalming-GU8 Ascot Staines
If you are unsure if we cover your area, please do not hesitate to call us. We will be happy to help.
September - what is happening at this time of the year.
It is the time of year when newly hatched queen wasps are emerging or about to emerge from the nest.
Queen wasps are slightly larger than a worker wasp and look plumper.
The last thing the nest does before it dies is to release new queens ready for the next season. Obviously, without these queens, the wasps would not be able to continue year after year.
Once these have left the nest, they never return to it. They are no longer part of the nest.
If a nest is treated after these new queens have left, the treatment will not kill these queens (because as stated they have already left the nest), only the original workers still inhabiting the nest are affected.
Normally, newly emerged queen wasps will leave the nest and find their way outside to mate with male wasps after which they find somewhere to hibernate, but very often, many queens will walk away from the nest into the loft space or other cavities by mistake. Some of these may find their way inside the house.
Newly emerged queen wasps are now individual insects which are not linked to their birth nest and will not be killed by treating the original nest from which they originated from.
As we move into the winter period, we generally advise customers that if the wasps are not causing a direct problem, it is sometimes best to allow, what remains of the colony to die off naturally.
Sweet feeding wasps
When queens start to emerge from the nest, the workers no longer have a food supply from the nest.
More information on how wasps feed
This means they have to source food from elsewhere.
At this time of year, you may also see a large number of wasps feeding on bushes, trees (often on the ground below a tree) or other plants. This is NOT a nest, but wasps from several nests feeding on nectar-producing plants.
If you have wasps all over a certain tree (willow, lime trees or ivy), you do not have a nest, in this case, nothing can be done.