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Wasps
Wasps are notoriously more aggressive then bees, and operate in colonies. With hoops of bright yellow and black, they attack caterpillars and grubs in order to bring back to their nest and feed to larvae. Defensive, they will sting anyone or anything that gets too close to their nest, triggering a panic response from numerous wasps nearby. Their stings are usually just painful, but an allergic reaction can cause more sever symptoms.
Wasps become an increasing nuisance in the late summer and autumn as they seek food, sweet liquids and fruit to stave off starvation. They can become more aggressive when consuming fermenting liquids displaying “drunk” like behaviour and that’s when they become a bigger problem and more likely to sting for no reason.

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Wasps, Bees and Hornets – Difference according to Manchester Pest Control

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Wasps
Wasps are notoriously more aggressive then bees, and operate in colonies. With hoops of bright yellow and black, they attack caterpillars and grubs in order to bring back to their nest and feed to larvae. Defensive, they will sting anyone or anything that gets too close to their nest, triggering a panic response from numerous wasps nearby. Their stings are usually just painful, but an allergic reaction can cause more sever symptoms.
Wasps become an increasing nuisance in the late summer and autumn as they seek food, sweet liquids and fruit to stave off starvation. They can become more aggressive when consuming fermenting owing to “drunk” like behaviour.
Hornets
Although much less common than wasps, hornets have a more painful sting and are more aggressive. They have a similar colouring to wasps, with bright yellow and black hoops, but they are larger, around 30mm long. When dealing with hornets, it’s always best to contact a pest controller like Manchester Pest Control.
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Bumble Bees
Building colonies in buildings, cavities, bird boxes and anywhere they can gain access, bees are very social insects. They are better at avoiding human contact than wasps and are generally more benign.
Their distinguishing features are a stocky, hairy body, a noisier buzz, and passivity. Their size ranges from around 10mm to 20mm long, with hoops of yellow, russet, amber, white and black, depending on the species. Bees are vegetarian and offer little threat to humans or animals.

Honey Bees
Compared to bumble bees, honey bees are more colonial, living in large nests that can number in the thousands. If you spot a very busy nest, it is likely to be honey bees rather than bumble bees. During the life of the nest, the female princess will occasionally take a large number of bees out with her, in a process called swarming.
These swarms contain thousands of bees, either in flight, or hanging from branches of trees. Bee keepers seek these swarms, but members of the public should avoid them as they will sting as a defence mechanism. On the whole the swarms are not aggressive however.

Due to their similarity and size, honey bees are often mistaken for wasps, but the former has duller, more muted colouring than a wasp, appearing like amber and brown hoops rather than the bright yellow and black of a wasp.
How to treat them
The best defence against wasps, hornets and bees is to stay away from their activity and call Manchester Pest Control. Trying to swat them, flail your arms at them or any aggressive measures, will only heighten their defence mechanism and encourage an attack.

Trafford Wasps Nests Destroyed £59.50 Wasps Nest Removal

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Large numbers of wasps in your home or garden are almost certainly caused by a local nest, either on your property or your neighbours.
These nests can contain thousands of wasps when at full capacity.
With stings an ever present threat, sometimes leading to allergic reactions, it is best to treat nests as early as possible, with the best possible means.
Worried about a Wasp Nest?
If you have a history of allergic reactions to wasp stings, you should absolutely avoid treating a nest on your own. Wasps will always attack anyone attempting to remove their nest.

At Manchester and Trafford Pest Control, we provide a highly skilled, professional wasp nest treatment service to eliminate the threat and nuisance posed by wasp infestation.
Qualified professionals – All our wasp control technicians have experience, training and necessary gear to deal properly with wasp nests, in the most effective and safe manner.
Safe treatments – Our technicians are NPTA /BPCA certified and work to RSPH Level 2 PEST MANAGEMENT guidelines, ensuring best practise removal of wasps nests.
Nest removal – Once a nest has been treated with an insecticide, we can also remove the body of the nest, at a later date, and at least 48 hours after treatment, thereby reducing the risk of a secondary infestation.
Identifying a Wasp Nest
Wasps construct their nests from the chewed pulp of wood mixed with saliva, resulting in a papery look, distinctive from bee’s wax nests.
They are usually found in sheltered areas with easy access to the outdoors where the wasps forage. Wall cavities, rafters, eaves, sheds, lawn holes, garages and roof spaces are all common haunts for nests.
The best way to find a nest is by watching the route a wasp takes. Later in summer this becomes easier as the wasp population increases.
How big can a Wasp Nest be?
Wasp nests begin small, around the size of a golf ball at first.
But as the summer passes, nests can quickly grow, with a corresponding rise in wasp population. At this stage they can surpass a football in size.
It is therefore best to eliminate the nest as quickly as possible, increasing the chance of success due to fewer numbers, and also before the wasps get hungry and aggressive in late summer.
Difference between Wasps and Bees
Wasps are often confused with bees, but the treatment of each requires different courses of action.
Importantly, bees are considered an endangered species, and their nest can only be removed if it poses a meaningful threat to people. Only after consultation with a qualified bee keeper will we treat a bees nest, and always as a last resort.
For wasps, the situation is simpler with a variety of professional solutions.
Key Facts
The wasps most commonly found in the UK are the Social Wasp (Vespula vulgaris) and the German Wasp (Vespula germanica).
There are other species, equally as problematic, but fortunately much less common:
• Wasps have considerably less bodily hair than bees
• Wasps are thinner than bees with a tighter waist between the thorax and abdomen.
• Wasps are similar in appearance to hornets, but are much smaller in size.
• Yellow and black stripes on their body are key wasp markings.
• They are comprised of three body parts: head, thorax and abdomen.
• The average wasp size is 12 to 17 millimetres.
• Stings only come from female wasps, and unlike bees, they can sting repeatedly.

Manchester Wasp Treatment £59.50

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Large numbers of wasps in your home or garden are almost certainly caused by a local nest, either on your property or your neighbours Manchester Wasp Control £59.50
These nests can contain thousands of wasps when at full capacity.
With stings an ever present threat, sometimes leading to allergic reactions, it is best to treat nests as early as possible, with the best possible means.
Worried about a Wasp Nest?
If you have a history of allergic reactions to wasp stings, you should absolutely avoid treating a nest on your own. Wasps will always attack anyone attempting to remove their nest.

At ManchesterPest Control, we provide a highly skilled, professional wasp nest treatment service to eliminate the threat and nuisance posed by wasp infestation.
Qualified professionals – All our wasp control technicians have experience, training and necessary gear to deal properly with wasp nests, in the most effective and safe manner.
Safe treatments – Our technicians are NPTA /BPCA certified and work to RSPH Level 2 PEST MANAGEMENT guidelines, ensuring best practise removal of wasps nests.
Nest removal – Once a nest has been treated with an insecticide, we can also remove the body of the nest, at a later date, and at least 48 hours after treatment, thereby reducing the risk of a secondary infestation.
Identifying a Wasp Nest
Wasps construct their nests from the chewed pulp of wood mixed with saliva, resulting in a papery look, distinctive from bee’s wax nests.
They are usually found in sheltered areas with easy access to the outdoors where the wasps forage. Wall cavities, rafters, eaves, sheds, lawn holes, garages and roof spaces are all common haunts for nests.
The best way to find a nest is by watching the route a wasp takes. Later in summer this becomes easier as the wasp population increases.
How big can a Wasp Nest be?
Wasp nests begin small, around the size of a golf ball at first.
But as the summer passes, nests can quickly grow, with a corresponding rise in wasp population. At this stage they can surpass a football in size.
It is therefore best to eliminate the nest as quickly as possible, increasing the chance of success due to fewer numbers, and also before the wasps get hungry and aggressive in late summer.
Difference between Wasps and Bees
Wasps are often confused with bees, but the treatment of each requires different courses of action.
Importantly, bees are considered an endangered species, and their nest can only be removed if it poses a meaningful threat to people. Only after consultation with a qualified bee keeper will we treat a bees nest, and always as a last resort.
For wasps, the situation is simpler with a variety of professional solutions.
Key Facts
The wasps most commonly found in the UK are the Social Wasp (Vespula vulgaris) and the German Wasp (Vespula germanica).
There are other species, equally as problematic, but fortunately much less common:
• Wasps have considerably less bodily hair than bees
• Wasps are thinner than bees with a tighter waist between the thorax and abdomen.
• Wasps are similar in appearance to hornets, but are much smaller in size.
• Yellow and black stripes on their body are key wasp markings.
• They are comprised of three body parts: head, thorax and abdomen.
• The average wasp size is 12 to 17 millimetres.
• Stings only come from female wasps, and unlike bees, they can sting repeatedly.

Signs of Wasp Nests Manchester Wasp removal £59.50

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Signs of Wasp Nests Manchester Wasp Control 0161 448 1782

Large numbers of wasps in your home or garden are almost certainly caused by a local nest, either on your property or your neighbours.
These nests can contain thousands of wasps when at full capacity.
With stings an ever present threat, sometimes leading to allergic reactions, it is best to treat nests as early as possible, with the best possible means.
Worried about a Wasp Nest?
If you have a history of allergic reactions to wasp stings, you should absolutely avoid treating a nest on your own. Wasps will always attack anyone attempting to remove their nest.

At ManchesterPest Control, we provide a highly skilled, professional wasp nest treatment service to eliminate the threat and nuisance posed by wasp infestation.
Qualified professionals – All our wasp control technicians have experience, training and necessary gear to deal properly with wasp nests, in the most effective and safe manner.
Safe treatments – Our technicians are NPTA /BPCA certified and work to RSPH Level 2 PEST MANAGEMENT guidelines, ensuring best practise removal of wasps nests.
Nest removal – Once a nest has been treated with an insecticide, we can also remove the body of the nest, at a later date, and at least 48 hours after treatment, thereby reducing the risk of a secondary infestation.
Identifying a Wasp Nest
Wasps construct their nests from the chewed pulp of wood mixed with saliva, resulting in a papery look, distinctive from bee’s wax nests.
They are usually found in sheltered areas with easy access to the outdoors where the wasps forage. Wall cavities, rafters, eaves, sheds, lawn holes, garages and roof spaces are all common haunts for nests.
The best way to find a nest is by watching the route a wasp takes. Later in summer this becomes easier as the wasp population increases.
How big can a Wasp Nest be?
Wasp nests begin small, around the size of a golf ball at first.
But as the summer passes, nests can quickly grow, with a corresponding rise in wasp population. At this stage they can surpass a football in size.
It is therefore best to eliminate the nest as quickly as possible, increasing the chance of success due to fewer numbers, and also before the wasps get hungry and aggressive in late summer.
Difference between Wasps and Bees
Wasps are often confused with bees, but the treatment of each requires different courses of action.
Importantly, bees are considered an endangered species, and their nest can only be removed if it poses a meaningful threat to people. Only after consultation with a qualified bee keeper will we treat a bees nest, and always as a last resort.
For wasps, the situation is simpler with a variety of professional solutions.
Key Facts
The wasps most commonly found in the UK are the Social Wasp (Vespula vulgaris) and the German Wasp (Vespula germanica).
There are other species, equally as problematic, but fortunately much less common:
• Wasps have considerably less bodily hair than bees
• Wasps are thinner than bees with a tighter waist between the thorax and abdomen.
• Wasps are similar in appearance to hornets, but are much smaller in size.
• Yellow and black stripes on their body are key wasp markings.
• They are comprised of three body parts: head, thorax and abdomen.
• The average wasp size is 12 to 17 millimetres.
• Stings only come from female wasps, and unlike bees, they can sting repeatedly.

Wasp Nest Treatment £59.50 Manchester City Centre

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You need to Have a wasps nest treated at your place of work or at your Home .

Hyde Wasp Nest treatment on your property the easiest and safest option is to have the treatment completed from a pest control company which treats wasp nest problems

Wasps are naturally defensive of their nests and will sting anyone or anything .When you have a wasps nest it should be treated as you we be stung over the course for the breeding season.

Wasp stings are not only painful but also carry a risk from infection swelling and itching
Wasps are predators and spend a lot of time hunting all types or insects may it be flying or crawling

When wasps are hunting for these insects they tend to spend a lot of time walking about in these nasty areas and drag their stings through whatever dirt and infection happens to be there. As wasps age, bacteria migrates up the sting and lives in the venom sack, so not only are you receiving a painful dose of venom, but also a unhealthy dose of bacteria.

There are many products available from DIY stores and garden centres that claim to get rid of your wasps, and it is often tempting to try and save yourself Money. Choosing to get rid of wasps yourself is not a decision that should be taken lightly and can be dangerous if not done by a professional pest controllers like ourselves.
We are often called after a customer has attempted to destroy the nest themselves but have been overwhelmed by wasps and ended up being sting and has fallen ill and the result was time off work which costs considerably more than our £59.50 fixed price cost

Heaton Chapel Wasp Treatment £59.50

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You need to Have a wasps nest treated at your place of work or at your Home .

Heaton Chapel Wasp Nest treatment on your property the
easiest and safest option is to have the treatment completed from a pest control company which treats wasp nest problems

Wasps are naturally defensive of their nests and will sting anyone or anything .When you have a wasps nest it should be treated as you we be stung over the course for the breeding season.

Wasp stings are not only painful but also carry a risk from infection swelling and itching
Wasps are predators and spend a lot of time hunting all types or insects may it be flying or crawling

When wasps are hunting for these insects they tend to spend a lot of time walking about in these nasty areas and drag their stings through whatever dirt and infection happens to be there. As wasps age, bacteria migrates up the sting and lives in the venom sack, so not only are you receiving a painful dose of venom, but also a unhealthy dose of bacteria.

There are many products available from DIY stores and garden centres that claim to get rid of your wasps, and it is often tempting to try and save yourself Money. Choosing to get rid of wasps yourself is not a decision that should be taken lightly and can be dangerous if not done by a professional pest controllers like ourselves.
We are often called after a customer has attempted to destroy the nest themselves but have been overwhelmed by wasps and ended up being sting and has fallen ill and the result was time off work which costs considerably more than our £59.50 fixed price cost

Discreet 24 hour Heaton Chapel Wasp Treatment £59.50 & other Pest Control Services in Heaton Chapel Wasp Treatment £59.50 with no call out charge We Use unmarked vehicles

We do not use sign written vehicles and will be discreet at all times when dealing with your pest problem. All pest control work is guaranteed, Treatments are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week including bank holidays. We will also advise on any pest proofing issues and how to avoid pest problems in the future. We all want what's best for our family and to protect our home. Apart from the danger to health, many pests can also cause extensive structural damage, as well as an offensive odour. Before you go down the DIY route, why not give us a call to see how we can help? You have nothing to lose! We all want what's best for our family and to protect our home. Apart from the danger to health, many pests can also cause extensive structural damage, as well as an offensive odour. Before you go down the DIY route, why not give us a call to see how we can help? You have nothing to lose!

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People and companies think they can treat the pest problem themselves, only to find that they make the infestation worse by purchasing products from DIY outlets with a poor percentage of insecticide. This may prove to be an expensive waste of time and money. Heaton Chapel Wasp Treatment £59.50 Heaton Chapel Wasp Treatment £59.50 & Pest Control provides an effective solution to your pest control problem with advice to prevent any infestation recurring.

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Heaton Chapel Wasp Treatment £59.50 wasp control treatments are safe and provide excellent value for money. We offer a comprehensive wasp nest treatment service for a fixed price of 59.50. We also cover Stockport, Cheshire and Warrington areas. We are specialists in wasp nest control and also hornet nest treatments. We also provide a same day service, so for those people that really don't like wasps at all, we are here to help and we guarantee that we kill wasp nests dead.

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