WASPS & HORNETS
Wasps love them or hate them, but they are here to stay, they are recognisable by the sweet tooth at the front end, a black and yellow body in the middle and a nasty sting at the back end.
These insects have their place in our gardens, in as much as they eat the insects that we consider a nuisance to our plants.
However if anyone near to you has an allergy to wasps, it is better to treat them as soon as a nest is spotted, if you have an allergy and you get stung you can die within 1 hour of being stung, is that a risk that is worth taking for you or your loved ones for a mere £45.00 for a normal sized wasp nest treatment.
At It Has 2 Be Done, we offer a guarantee that any wasp nests that we treat will be dead after we have made our first visit, if not the same nest will be treated absolutely free of charge after the initial payment.
The chemical used is the same no matter where the nest is situated and so please do not be duped into thinking that special chemicals and licences are required for gutter level treatments.
Hornets look like a very large wasp, they can look rather frightening when flying towards you.
A hornets nest looks similar to a wasp nest, but is normally quite a bit larger.
The inside of the nest has wider gaps between the discs where the egg chambers are situated, which in turn are larger than a wasp nest, obviously the nest and all of the working parts require to be larger due to the insect size.
If you come across a hornets nest, you will see that in the main they are high in bushes and trees etc so that they are out of harms way, however, they are often in the way when a hedge requires trimming or a tree requires pruning.
It is often the case that when people cut trees, grass or trim hedges they do not realise that there is a nest around the working areas, this can be disastrous, often the hornets will sting the worker near at hand.
Their aggression is often set off from the vibrations of machinery in the nest area, when they feel as though they are under threat. At this point they will attack.
And boy can they hurt, often, but not always you will find that more than one hornet will attack at the same time, they are purely and simply defending their home.
IF YOU DO NOT DESTROY A WASP NEST IN YOUR LOFT, YOU WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY HAVE A PROBLEM OVER THE WINTER TIME WHEN THE NEW QUEENS WILL OVER WINTER IN YOUR INSULATION.
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