Evolve Maintenance offer professional wasp nest treatments and removal in the West Midlands and surrounding areas. If you're having problems with wasps then we can help.
Wasps will aggressively defend their nest when they feel threatened, it's vital to treat or remove it quickly before it poses a risk to your family, pets and yourself.
We usually attend within 90 minutes or to an arranged time to suit. We only use commercial treatments and offer a full guarantee on any work that we do.
Same day service Emergency and after hour visits 7 Days a week No call out charge
Experienced and trained technicians Safe removal of wasp nests Hard to access areas
We also offer insect control services for Ants, Bees, Bedbugs, Cockroaches, Flies, Flees, Hornets and Silverfish.
On arrival once we've been shown the nest or activity a full property survey will be performed in case there are more nests, its common to find 2 or 3 nests. So, it's well worth doing.
We will discuss the best possible treatment and explain what will happen next to ensure both your safety and ours, and proceed with the treatment.
Free advice will be given to help prevent future nests and the do's and don'ts.
Nests don't have to be removed, wasps only use a nest once. If you'd prefer the nest to be removed, just let us know and we can revisit for a small additional cost. The nest has to be accessible for this service.
Don't worry if you are unsure whether your nest is wasps, bees or hornets. We will do a full survey of the area as soon as we arrive and let you know the appropraite action before we begin.
Yellow jackets are the most common type of wasp. The Queen emerges from hibernation and finds a suitable place to nest and then the colony breeds and multiplies. Wasps are naturally defensive of their nest and so it will be carefully destroyed.
Hornets are a particular type of wasp, noticeably bigger than the average yellow jacket. They are predatory and will attack and take over a wasp nest to use the larvae to feed their young.
Hornets are the most aggresive and the nest will be destroyed.
There are two types of bees - the honey bee and the bumble bee. The honey bee is smaller and looks similar to a wasp whereas the bumble bee is typically rounder and appears fuzzy.
Where possible a bee hive will be relocated and not destroyed.
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