A selection of photos of wasp nests

We charge a flat fee of £40.00 to treat a Wasp or Hornet nest regardless of its location.
We have no hidden extra charges such as VAT or for unnecessary surveys.
Any secondary nests found on your property we charge an additional £10.00 per nest if treated on the day of the original call out.
All work is guaranteed.
Payment required on completion of work.
We work WEEKENDS too! So if you have found a nest whilst out in your garden and it is a Saturday or Sunday, don't worry, just give us a call and we will come straight out.

Please be sure you have identified the species before calling us. If you are unsure, please text us a clear photo and we will be happy to help identify. Or call us and we will talk it over with you.

Please do not call us out for bees, we do NOT treat any bee species.

Please be aware, if we are called out for bees there will be a call out fee.

Wasp impersonation of the film 'Alien'

Not satisfied with terrorising the local allotment growers, these wasps decided to give everyone nightmares about alien wasps!

Wasps building a nest in a bird box

More common than you might think, wasps often take over bird boxes and build their nests inside.

Wasp nest in loft

A typical wasp nest in a loft situation.

Wasp nest under soffit board

Wasps will often build a nest in plain view, the one show below is exposed under a soffit board.

Wasp nest in old boot

Wasps are not fussy, they will utilize any discarded old thing. Talk about recycling.

Wasp nest around wiring

Although unusual, wasps can destroy wiring by chewing it. We have attended a nest which chewed a telephone cable to the point it needed repair.

Honey bees swarming on a fence

If you see a mass of clustering insects, it will be honey bees. Wasps do not do this!