During the summer months we’re inundated with wasp nest removal enquires in North Kensington so we decided to dedicate this website to the subject.
We have years of experience dealing with problem wasp nests in W10.
Indigo Wasp Nest Removal have the skills and equipment to resolve your wasp nest problem safely and for a reasonable price.
Located in South/West London, Indigo Wasp Nest Removal are ideally located to deal with your wasp nest quickly and efficiently.
We kill 99% of wasp nests in North Kensington on the first visit.
We carry Full Public Liability Insurance and are members of the BPCA (British Pest Control Association) and Basis Prompt (Professional Pest Controllers Register).
The Pest Technician visiting your Ladbroke Grove home or business will be trained to RSPH/BPCA (Royal Society for Public Health/British Pest Control Association) Level Two standard.
Professional Wasp Nest Exterminators In North Kensington
Wasp nests in W10 are typically located in lofts, cavity walls, air vents, garages, sheds, water tanks, trees and bushes. The nests are often hidden inside a building and not visible. Look out for a large number of wasps gathering around a small entrance hole often around the gutter of your roof.
From June onwards wasp nests can start to become a nuisance, with the Queen Wasps emerging from hibernation in April and May. A wasp nest in Ladbroke Grove can carry on growing in size until early winter depending on the temperatures.
A W10 wasp nest can quickly grow in size, with some containing between 5,000 – 10,000 wasps inside, all with the potential to sting. So don’t delay if you start to see evidence of a wasp nest in your North Kensington property.
Wasp stings near the airways or a wasp sting that causes an anaphylactic shock can in rare cases be fatal. We strongly advise against using DIY products as we wear full protective clothing to safeguard ourselves against the potentially fatal wasp stings.
Apart from the obvious dangers of wasp stings, wasps also have the potential to transmit disease as they visit dustbins, waste depots and dead animals (carrion).