In London the common wasp (Vespula vulgaris) is one of the most frequent pests of the wasp family.
A wasp colony is formed by a mature Queen who makes a nest to house her brood by using saliva and wood. One colony cycle can last for approximately 6–11 months and each colony cycle consists of around 3000–8000 larvae, with the queen producing around 200–300 eggs per day for 24 days. Their nests are usually located in enclosed spaces such as lofts, under tiles and air bricks.
Wasps can sting an unprecedented amount of time before they die and can sometimes cause people to have an anaphylactic reaction, even though you may not have suffered previously from a sting. It is very important that they are treated professionally with the correct PPE equipment.
Mercury pest control can offer a 100% guarantee in eradicating wasp nests providing it’s not in a non-accessible location. (in an accesable location)
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