Essex Wasp Control specialize in same day, low cost professional hornet nest removal, protecting homes and businesses in the IG8 area.
With a wealth of knowledge and experience, including RSPH pest control accreditation and a DBS security checked background, you're in safe pest control hands at all times.
Stocked with the latest pest control technologies all hornet nest removal work is fully guaranteed for the more difficult to reach hornet nests, high ladders are at hand, working at heights is never a problem.
A safety survey is carried out on arrival, this is included with the price to terminate your hornet nest and ensures the treatment area remains safe once your nest has been treated.
In addition, you will receive a good time forecast as to how long it will take for all hornet activity to completely stop, so you can get on with the rest of your day with peace of mind.
For prompt, professional, low-cost IG8 Hornet Nest Removal call 0800 612 7035 or book online.
Long established and family run, delivering an exceptional pest control service is the bedrock of our clientele loyalty, which continues to drive Essex Wasp Control from strength to strength.
Hornet Life Cycle
There is only one native Hornet in the UK which is the European Hornet (Vespa Crabro), however, there are increasing species of non-native Hornet such as the Yellow legged Asian Hornet now appearing in the UK.
The Hornet nest starts life in the spring by the queen, the position of the nest varies but most likely will be located in a dry and undisturbed place such as loft spaces or out buildings.
After eggs are laid it takes between 5-8 days before hatching, when the larvae then undergo five stages over the next two weeks. Through this period the queen feeds the larvae protein rich food that consists of insects.
After this period the larvae will spin a silk cap over its cell entrance and over the next two weeks will transform into an adult Hornet worker.
When newly formed adult Hornets have hatched they commandeer all duties from the queen apart from egg laying. As Hornet numbers increase, workers expand the size of the nest to accommodate the growing colony.
In late summer the queen begins to produce reproductive females and males. These reproductive Hornets will not nest build, forage for food or carry out any other worker duties.
In the autumn male and female Hornets leave the nest to mate, once mating has finished the male life cycle comes to an end and dies. The new fertilized Queens hibernate over winter, emerging from hibernation in the spring to begin the life cycle again by building her own nest.