Wasp Nest Removal In Winchester – Is It Necessary? 4 New FAQ’s For You

Wasp Nest Removal - Is It Neccessary?

Wasp Nest Treatments in Winchester
4 New FAQ's Included For You

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When called out to carry out a wasp nest treatment and removal in Winchester, we were  asked by the customer if they need to have the wasp nest removed?

Removal of a nest is dependant on treatment and where the nest is situated.
If it’s in a cavity wall then we’re obviously not going to be able to remove it.

In a loft space, in an outbuilding or in a hedge, then yes, we can remove the nest.

We always state that it’s essentially down to the customers choice and we always back that up with some additional information on what happens to a wasp nest after treatment…

We’ve added some of the frequently asked questions we receive below.

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Let's go over some wasp nest myths

FAQ About
Wasp Nest Removal

Most frequent questions and answers

No. This is not true!

Although Wasps are meant to be territorial, we will often treat nests that are situated pretty much on top of each other, or at the very least an inch apart.

No. We can usually treat a nest successfully so that the wasps die off within the nest or abandon the nest after a few hours.

We also find removing the nest upon treatment can encourage returning foraging wasps to linger around the nest site, as they try to locate the now removed nest.

Removal can be done a ta later date if required.

Although it may be a sensible choice to remove a wasp nest at night, due to the majority being in the nest at this time. You can treat and remove a nest morning or afternoon if you need to.

This is not true. Wasps will never reuse an old nest!

Each year in the spring, a queen wasp will construct the very first cells and then the nest will start to develop from there.

Useful Links

For our full wasp nest treatment and removal webpage click below…
www.bentleyenvironmental.co.uk/wasp-nest-treatments/

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