Every year as the summer draws in, wasps begin to make themselves known in and around Kent. Wasps are lovely creatures however sometimes, they can cause us a few problems. Their nests can swell in our loft spaces or sometimes hanging in tree’s posing a threat to the unassuming gardener (or grandchild). There is currently a plague of hornets spreading across Europe which may well begin to effect the UK as well. Below I have discussed a few thoughts that I had on wasps whilst I watched the world go by in my garden.
Emergency Wasp Nest Removal – Should I do it myself or call a professional?
Its in a wasps nature to construct their nests in safe locations which are commonly difficult for us as humans to reach; pest control technicians have worked with a range of wasp nests and will confidently locate and handle a wasp nest irrespective of location. The solution doesn’t end at the removal of the wasps but assuring that all remains of the wasp hive have been taken away following a successful service. Wasp nest removal Professionals such as www.localpestcontrolcanterbury.co.uk endeavour to ensure that as they leave your location, they have met all of the expectations you or I may have and left us in a healthy environment free of wasps.
Can I leave a large wasp nest unattended on my property?
Nests of all sizes and shapes are a potential menace to humans as only a small number of wasps pose a considerable threat if irritated. As the summer leaves, most wasp movement will dissolve also. Nonetheless, as the time of year comes to an end the queen of each nest will produce more queen wasps which have been found to nest close by, multiplying your wasp problem. Nests will begin very small but as they establish their growth is accelerated as time proceeds. Developing nests will consume and clear away anything that prevents their passage of growth; in some serious cases structural timbers have been broken by wasp colonies. This sort of behaviour can have hazardous ramifications to your property.
My top tip is to be prepared yourself or do a little research and have a local company on hand should you come across these little blighters. Wasp nest removal shouldn’t cost more than around £50 and is money well spent in my opinion. Read More
Cockroaches are definitely one of the most despised insects in the world, and it is not without a good reason. They are not only nasty-looking and quite scary, but they are responsible for spreading many serious diseases, such as Salmonella, E. Coli and dysentery. Cockroaches have even been connected with an increasing rate of asthma and various allergies, and they are also believed to have role in the transmission of pneumonia. In addition, they emit an unpleasant smell and they contaminate food and surfaces with their droppings. After reading all this, there are certainly plenty of reasons to get rid of these nasty vermin.
Cockroaches usually hide and hatch in pipes and drains, they reproduce quickly and in large number, they are active during night time and they are able to easily develop resistance to pesticides. Because of all this, it can be very difficult to get rid of these pests, especially if you do not start on time. If you live in an apartment, it is usually not enough to only get rid of the cockroaches in your home, because the chances are high that the whole building has been infested and that the cockroaches will reappear after a while. The infestation with cockroaches is quite common in houses with old pipes, as well as in untidy homes. Cockroaches are a common problem of households in all around Europe, and Kent is not an exception. The moment you start noticing cockroaches, it is time to take measures.
The first step to take is sanitizing the house and cleaning it thoroughly. You need to make sure to remove all the food remains, because cockroaches are attracted by it. You should also protect all the food sources, in order for these pests not to contaminate the food you eat. This will help you keep the food safe and reduce the visits of these bugs, but it will usually be required to take some additional measures. After you have sanitized your home and protected all the food, you should check the holes and cracks in your home’s walls and floors. You should spray them with pesticide spray and seal them.
If the cockroach infestation is in its early phase, the steps mentioned above should help reduce the infestation and eventually stop it entirely. However, in many cases it is not enough, especially if the cockroach invasion is in the later stage. This is when you need to turn to professionals and seek their help in getting rid of pests. You can turn to Pest control Kent, give your location and describe your problem, after which the exterminating expert will visit your home. Professionals work with the advanced products and techniques for exterminating pests, and this is why they can help you treat even the most advanced stages of cockroach infestation. In addition, they know how to properly check the possible places where the cockroaches gather and hatch, they recognize the conditions that contribute to the infestation, and they can also advise you on how to reduce these conditions. In order to make sure that you got rid of cockroaches once and for all, professional help is the most secure thing to do. Read More