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Shepards Bush W12 Wasp Nest Removal
West London Wasp Control in Shepards Bush W12
Empire are the leading providers of wasp control in Shepards Bush W12, we offer a wide range of wasp control and wasp nest removal services in Shepards Bush W12 to eliminate unwanted wasps from your premises. We carry out one-off treatments and contract work to both commercial and domestic customers in West London and the surrounding areas. Our aim is to deal with your request within 24 hours from the time of your call.
Here at EPC we are renowned for delivering an unbeatable standard of service to both our residential clients, and our commercial clients. EPC’s wasp control Shepards Bush W12 services offer a supreme level of localised knowledge, along with all the benefits of modern, humane, environmentally friendly wasp control techniques, all provided at prices that represent tremendous value to our clients. There is no other Shepards Bush W12 wasp control service provider that understands the unique challenges with wasp control Shepards Bush W12 and West London faces, and how to best deal with them.
People often have an innate fear of wasps. They are large, conspicuous buzzing insects with yellow and black stripes. They have a sweet tooth at one end and a painful sting at the other. Every spring the new wasp season begins with queen wasps emerging from winter hibernation and starting to build their new nests. They will often make their nests inside the roofs and attic spaces of houses and other buildings, as well as in wall cavities and garden sheds, holes in the ground, soil banks, rockeries and trees. A large number of wasps indicate that a nest is nearby. If the nest isn’t in your house it will probably be close by, as wasps in London tend to build it very close to houses, which is why wasp control in Shepards Bush W12 is often required. By the end of the summer, the queen wasp stops laying eggs and the workers no longer need to collect food for the young in the nest. They become free to search for sweet things such as cakes or sweets and can become a nuisance. Contrary to popular belief wasp nests are not re-used year after year. Strangely, wasps are sometimes mistaken for honey bees or hover flies, but they really look quite different. Honey bees have orange and brown stripes and are covered in brown fur. Hover flies, although they are the same colour as wasps, are easy to distinguish by their hovering flight.
What to do if you are stung
The rash or individual ‘spot’ is usually itchy and may become inflamed and swell. Some people are strongly allergic to stings and can become very ill. If there is any shortness of breath, dial 999. Scratching can infect bites. Although itchy and sometimes painful stings are rarely dangerous and need only some antihistamine or local anesthetic cream from your pharmacist. Ask your pharmacist for advice. The redness and swelling are usually due to the allergy rather than an infection, a cold compress is usually effective to control redness. Call your doctor if the symptoms will not go away or if you are stung in the mouth, around the throat or receive multiple stings.
Call us now on 0800 633 5220 for an instant quote on wasp control and wasp nest removal Shepards Bush W12, alternatively fill in the instant request form on the right and one of our team will call you back.