Wasp Control

Wasp Control and Nest Treatment in London

Never attempt to treat or remove a wasp nest on your own! Multiple stings can be dangerous for your life and wasps will stop at nothing if they feel threatened.

As soon as you discover a wasp nest in your property, contact Panther Pest Control for a professional wasp treatment.

Pest exterminators will perform a safe wasp control in London. They use effective solutions to eradicate large colonies of vespine.

  • Rely on us for emergency wasp treatments on the same day, evening, weekends and Bank holidays, anywhere in London.
  • The wasp exterminators are certified and experienced in providing fast and lasting results.
  • We offer a completely discreet service for your business or home.
  • All of the products we use for wasp eradication are safe and produced by UK based suppliers.
  • Panther Pest Control provides 24-hour customer care service.

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How We Perform Our Wasp Nest Treatment?

  • First you will have to book an inspection for the nest because it is not uncommon to mistake bees for wasps. If you have bees nest you will have to call a local beekeeper to take care of it. If the technician determines that it is in fact wasps, he will then proceed with the treatment if the nest is reachable.
  • He will carefully examine the nest and determine what would be the best wasp control method, the expert will also confirm the wasp treatment cost. A wasp colony stands no chance against us. The wasp exterminator will come equipped with an extendable wand (up to 7m) and a special insecticide powder. If the nest is within the technician’s reach he will proceed to spray the nest. The powder affects the wasps’ nervous system and paralyses them and eventually, they die.
  • Our wasp treatment is usually just for a single visit. However, if you wish to feel safer, you can certainly get in touch with us and request a second inspection and have a wasp exterminator check up on the results and if necessary, book another treatment.
  • The exterminator will give you wasp prevention instructions on how to avoid future infestations.

Frequently asked questions about wasps

Q: Are wasps more aggressive than bees?

A: Yes, female wasps are naturally more aggressive than bees. It is unlikely that a wasp would sting you without being provoked first, so try not to provoke them.

Q: Should I burn the wasp nest?

A: No. Don't do any such thing. You will infuriate the wasps and the chances to kill some of them is not very high. Instead, call your local pest control team to do the wasp nest treatment safely.

Q: Can the wasps build their nest inside my house?

A: Yes, if they find an entry point and are not disturbed, they can make their nest in your home. More often they can build nests inside garages, sheds, lofts, attics, places where you rarely go and are unlikely to notice the building process and stop it.

Wasp Treatments Are No Joke! Call Us for a Quote Now!

Please, do not hesitate to contact us when you are worried about the flying vermin. All you need to do is tell us your address in London and choose what time would be most appropriate for a visit. Call us and ask for a nest inspection, and we will determine if you have a reason to worry about wasps. Trust Panther Pest Control to eliminate the nuisance caused by wasps and perform a quick wasp nest treatment.

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What are Queen Wasps?

Queen wasps responsible for the behaviour of the worker wasps. She is always bigger than the rest of the wasps, and has a longer lifespan.

What wasps are common in the UK?

There are several wasp species in the UK. However, not all of them would build a nest near your home. But most of them would sting if provoked.

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  • 5 star review  Rang the phone, got a quote and booked right away. In two days the flat was already treated for bed bugs and a second visit was scheduled. Quick and professional guys! Loved using Panther Pest Control and strongly recommend them. The price was ok, the exterminators were thorough and gave me some advice. Hopefully I won't have to use them again though.

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  • 5 star review  We’ve never had this many squirrels in the yard before. Maybe one or two have been spotted the previous spring but this year the population has increased a lot! We are afraid of disease transmission and I had to call the exterminators. I’m glad no squirrel were killed. Instead, they were safely trapped and removed from the property.

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  • 5 star review  When my husband and I returned from the holiday in Eastern Europe everything was fine until our bodies got covered in red itchy marks. There were bed bugs all over the apartment. Luckily, the company had a free slot for bed bug treatment on the very same day. We had to spend the night on the bed to lure the bed bugs out and they were fully exterminated by the pesticide.

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  • 4 star review  The nest in the backyard turned out to be made by wasps not bees, which made us call professional pest technicians to deal with it. They carefully removed it and no one was hurt during or after the treatment. Very good job.

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Facts About Wasps

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  • A regular wasp nest can consist of roughly 3 000 to 5 000 wasps by late summer due to the high rate of reproductivity during the warm months.

  • Wasps never use the same nest twice, even though they tend to construct new ones in favourable nesting sites.

  • Wasps react to light and become more active when they’re exposed to it. Be careful not to shine a torch at a wasp nest, regardless if the nest is in your attic or outside.

  • Wasp nests don’t last long – in the United Kingdom, nests die off during autumn and winter.

  • One of the most common fears of insects is Spheksophobia (fear of wasps). Statistics shows that almost 10% of people worldwide suffer from it.

  • Wasp larvae feed on meat (other insect larvae).

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