Wasps & Bees

Dealing with Wasp & Bee problems

Wasps are considered a pest and can be safley destroyed on site. Bees are a different challenge !

Wasps, those picnic spoilers, what can we say.

Wasps from one hibernating queen to 10s of thousands in just a few short months.  These guys are industrious to say the least.  Wasps don’t swarm, they have a dedicated entrance to their nest which can be anything from an old pipe hole in your guttering, air bricks, holes in the ground to your garden shed.

The trouble is, unlike our beautiful bee, these things I am sure like to sting.  I imagine them smiling when they do it too.

For many months over the summer the workers help increase the nest size and care for the new queens to be. (oh yes that’s all they do – help to create more wasps for the autumn time) In the Autumn when the new queens are ready to go these workers reward themselves by frequenting your picnics or the local pub garden!

We can treat your wasp nest efficiently and with a guarantee that its dead! 

Did you know  - Wasps have a needle like sting which allows them to sting as many times as they want to. 

Also – wasps don’t reuse an old nest, but what makes your house attractive to a wasp (wood to eat and a nice warm wall to nest in) will always make it attractive to a wasp.  Sorry.

Bees

We have replationships with local bee keepers and whenever possible are able to re-locate swarms and wild hives without harm to the bees.

At Ladybugz we understand how important Bees are to our ecology and farming and are committed to protecting them.

Call us today on 07939 607 302 for a quote to remove a wild bee swarm or deal with a wasp nest.

 

Left the common wasp, right the honeybee.

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Other pests we can deal with:

  • Rats

    Creating damage and disease
  • Mice

    The tiny Salmonella & Listeria spreader
  • Bed bugs

    More common than you would expect
  • Cockroaches

    Triggering asthma and speading disease
  • Wasps & Bees

    Property damage and health threat
  • Carpet beetles (Moths)

    Significant damage to textiles
  • Fleas

    Causing itching that can lead to infection
  • Ants

    The tiny disease spreader
  • Cluster Flies

    The food preparation contaminator
  • Harlequin Ladybirds

    The foreign invader spreading disease
  • Pidgeon's

    The disease and droppings machine