Another wasps nest removal in Buxton

wasps nest removal in Buxton and Peak District

We are now at that time of year where people are noticing wasp nests in and around houses. Most nests would have been started in early June and are no bigger than a walnut, however as the weeks go by, they increase in volume and generally reach   the size of a large beech ball. On occasions we have treated nests that are the size of a small car, although that is quite rare. The photograph shows a nest which looks more like a light fitting rather than the usual ball shape.

Reasons for removing wasp nests

Towards the end of the season, it is fair to say that a wasp nest will naturally die off and will never function as an active nest again. The problem with letting the nest die off naturally is that the queen will produce around 2000 new queens at the end of the nest, which will all mate and find somewhere warm and dry to spend the winter, before creating their own new nest the following year.

Another problem with redundant nests is they can attract other insects such as beetles and hover flies that may infest your property too.

British Pest Control Association

We are members of the BPCA and operate to their code of practice when treating any pest so as to keep you safe from pesticides and deal with your pest issues in a professional manor.

Areas covered for wasp nest treatment

The area we cover for wasps includes: Buxton, Chapel en le Frith, Dove Holes, Peak Dale, Peak Forest, Little Longstone, Great Longstone, Bradwell, Castleton, Chinley, Edale, Eyam, Millers Dale, Tideswell and all other surrounding areas.

Call Peak Forest Pest Control to have your wasps nests removed, on ‭01298 463200