Wasps

Wasps

Order: Hymenoptera

Introduction

Wasps are extremely dangerous and aggressive pests that are invading our backyards, our homes and anywhere else that humans gather to enjoy the great outdoors. Their sting is seriously painful and unlike bees, they are highly aggressive and have the ability to sting repeatedly. Wasp stings have proven to be fatal; their stings produce histamine and can cause anaphylaxis. This can result in anaphylactic shock, swelling in airways, difficulty in breathing and a drop in blood pressure. This is a distinct possibility especially within children, and an injection of adrenalin becoming a crucial requirement to survive. For those unaware that they are allergic and who are not in possession of an adrenalin injection device, the end result can often be heartbreaking.

The European wasp, also known as the German or yellow jacket wasp and the Paper Nest Wasp are the two main species of pest wasps that cause the majority of harm to Humans. They are both similar in size and shape to a bee, and are both  between 12mm – 16mm in length (a Queen is about 20mm long). European Wasps have a bright yellow body with black triangle shaped markings, yellow legs and two long black antennae.

Deaths have recently been recorded when people drinking from soft drink cans have swallowed a European wasp and the venom from the repeated sting inside the throat has caused massive swelling and sudden death by suffocation

Treatment details, warranty and cost      
Our treatment will include complete eradication of all Wasp colonies and where possible destruction of all their nests. Cost: $180.00 + gst

*PLEASE NOTE: The price list table above is based on ‘SIGHT UNSEEN’ and reflects the cost to treat an Average Home, however there may be factors that are unknown to us, that might affect how much it will cost to remove Wasps from your home. Treatment cost largely depends on the size and the extent of the affected areas as well as the intensity of infestation. The ease of accessibility for inspection and treatment purposes may also be a factor in cost determination. Guarantee periods may be positively or negatively affected depending on the surrounding environmental circumstances, the level of housekeeping procedures and the assessed risk of possible re-infestation.

Warning: wasps are dangerous and aggressive and have the ability to sting multiple times in a matter of seconds causing injury to humans and household pets. DO NOT approach them, DO NOT attempt to treat a colony by yourself.

Many supermarket chemicals simply annoy them. Wasps will not sting as a warning and then leave you alone, they are social and very aggressive, if you ggravate them it will result in a coordinated sustained attack.

Nests located in confined, hard-to-reach or high access areas (such as under eaves) will be very difficult to treat as they provide no means of rapid retreat when the colony attacks.

You should not attempt to treat a wasp nest whilst balanced on any type or size of ladder. As you disturb the nest, you will naturally provoke the wasps inside to attack and repeatedly sting you, (their inbred form of defence). A fall hazard from any height will almost certainly result in injury and the wasps will keep stinging you even if you are unconscious. This is the number 1 major cause of injury to the DIY householder.

Always safety first – in keeping with all our pest treatments we always promote the judicial use professional strength industry approved insecticidal dusts and aerosol spray applications hitting the Wasps daytime hiding locations.

  • Due to their remarkably quick breeding habits, it’s important to identify a Wasp problem before it gets out of control.
  • We offer a reliable, cost effective service that complies with all legislative requirements.
  • We guarantee to be in touch with you within 24 hours (Monday to Friday) to arrange an appointment at a time that suits you. 
  • Dealing specifically with Wasps on a day to day basis gives us a unique insight into the intricate characteristics of this destructive little pest. 
  • All our treatments are 100% completely safe for use around children and pets and are the most environmentally friendly methods around.

Pest Signs... What to look for...

  • European wasps make their nests from chewed wood pulp and saliva giving the nest walls a silver papery look.
  • About 80% of European wasp nests will occur in the ground with the remainder usually being found inside buildings.
  • Holes dug in the ground or at the base of trees
  • Wasps flying in and out of cracks or holes in retaining walls or rockeries
  • Nests in compost heaps or rubbish piles
  • Most wasps have carnivorous larvae that feed on other insects and spiders
  • The European wasp (Vespula germanica) is an introduced species to Australia and therefore has no natural predators here to keep its numbers in check.
  • Cold European winters ensure that only the queen wasp survives for more than 12 months but our warmer Australian climate allows the entire nest to survive.
  • European Wasps love the cool wet climates of costal and southern Australia
  • European Wasps are far more aggressive than our native species and choose to harass humans because we provide them with a ready supply of sweet food and drink.
  • Wasps are scavengers of food, (anything with a sweet and sugary smell) they cause serious damage to ripening fruit in orchards and vineyards throughout the continent.
  • A normal wasp nest will contain several thousand to tens of thousands of individuals and unlike Bees, wasps do not swarm.
  • In winter the majority of the males die off and the newly fertilized Queen hibernates until the following spring
  • After mating takes place the Queen stores the sperm in closed sacs, and will only release them after finding a suitable nesting place.
  • The Queen can control the sex of the new born by either fertilizing the egg or not. Most species of wasps have this unique ability to predetermine the sex of their new born.
  • The queen lays her eggs in the cells of the nest and larvae hatch in about 6 – 8 days.
  • The larvae develop into pupa that becomes the first batch of new workers who in turn finish the construction of the nest and tend to rearing any new born larvae.
  • It is usually the older more aggressive wasps that guard the entrance to the nest and will attack anything when feeling threatened. As they attack they release an alarm pheromone that marks the intruder and triggers a frenzy.
  • The greatest risk is to be stung in the mouth or throat where swelling can block the airways and stop breathing.  People who have been stung previously by wasps can become sensitised are more likely to suffer this systemic reaction.
  • There are many species of native Australian wasps that are beneficial to the environment by assisting in the pollination process. These wasps are not usually aggressive and do not attack humans.
  • Paper wasp’s nests are usually golf ball size and located above ground while European wasp nests are either subterranean or concealed within a structure and will be as large as a basketball.
  • European wasps may sometimes forage up to half a kilometre away from the nest in order to locate a suitable food source.
  • Wasps are social insects that reside in colonies, and they compete aggressively with our indigenous wildlife for habitat and food sources.
  • They are attracted to sweet and sticky foods as well as meat products, such as pet food.
  • Only female wasps have a stinger which they can and will use repeatedly without dying, if they feel they under threat.
  • Wasps are particularly a problem in late summer and autumn.
  • Wasps are hunter gatherers and in the spring they search for aphids, greenfly and other insects to feed their young. During this particular time, wasps will become aggressive and may attack if they think their nest or their young are under threat
Funnel-Web Spider

The difference between Bees and wasps

It is possible to confuse wasps with bees in particular Honey Bees - however there are some distinct visual differences:

  • Bees have much more hair on their bodies varying in colour from golden brown to almost black and are furrier than wasps
  • Wasps have a tighter waist between the thorax and abdomen than Bees.
  • Bees are more orangey yellow whilst Wasps have distinctive bright yellow and black markings on their bodies.

The treatment available for a wasp nest and a bee hive differ greatly.

We will only chemically control bees as a last resort. Bees are an endangered species and a hive will only be treated if removal is not an option. For example, access to the hive may be severely restricted or even dangerous, perhaps located within the confines of a structure and posing a significant threat to the occupants or the technician.

However due to their aggressive nature, we will always chemically treat a wasp nest & wasp for total eradication.

Prevention tips:

  • We can advise you on ways to help prevent and minimise the likelihood of wasps re-establishing around your home, for instance:
  • A successful treatment is dependent upon the close co-operation between the property owner and the pest controller. Prior to and after your wasp treatment, we highly recommend you consider these helpful tips.
  • Do not leave food scraps or fallen fruit lying around the yard.
  • Avoid leaving uneaten pet food or dog bones lying outside.
  • Make sure rubbish bins have tight fitting lids.
  • Replacing missing or damaged bricks and use mortar or a caulking gun to seal any cracks where required.
  • Keep compost neat and tidy and covered at all times.
  • Keep swimming pools covered when not in use.
  • Cover exposed food at picnics and barbeques.
  • Never drink out of cans or bottles, use clear containers, a straw or pour drinks into a glass
  • Never leave drink cans or bottles unattended, it may encourage wasps to crawl inside.
  • Ensure children’s hands and faces are cleaned after eating sweet sugary foods and drinks.
  • Do not interfering with an active nest.
  • If you discover a nest keep children away and all windows and doors closed

First aid information:

Important: The following information is provided as a guide only and should not in any way be relied upon or used as a substitute for professional medical advice. If you are in any doubt in regards to a physical reaction you are experiencing as the result of a pest related encounter please consult a doctor or medical professional immediately.

If you experience any of the following symptoms after being stung:
  • difficulty breathing
  • wheezing
  • vomiting
  • nausea or diarrhoea
  • feeling faint or dizzy
  • swollen face or mouth
  • problems swallowing
  • asthmatic or any other type of allergic reaction
Then seek medical attention immediately.
  • If stung wash the area with soap and warm water then apply icepacks to reduce the pain and swelling. If breathing becomes difficult employ the use of a Ventolin inhaler.
  • If the person who is stung presents with an allergic reaction, then treat as you would for snake bites, immobilise and wrap a bandage around the stings.
  • Take painkillers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen to soothe any pain.
  • You can take antihistamine or green lipped muscle extract tablets to help reduce any swelling around the sting. However if you are in any doubt about a wasp sting please consult a doctor or medical professional.
  • If you discover a wasp nest, do not panic - keep calm, move slowly and proceed to back away.
  • Do not scream or become overly animated flapping your arms around or trying to swat them, this will just agitate them and make them more aggressive.

Commercial  Information:

  • Wasps cause serious economic damage in agriculture and will harass and attack process workers, as well as crops & food produce. A wasp problem at work will be a dangerous unwanted distraction for your customers and staff members and will undoubtedly cause disruption to your business.
  • Wasps will attack anyone trying to dine or work outside in a cafe, your patrons and their children, your staff, the public in general. (they do not discriminate)
  • Wasps pose a serious problem to a wide range of organizations and none more so than schools. Wasps are especially attracted to discarded food refuse, particularly sweet smelling sugary foods and children being naturally curious of buzzing wasp activity are highly likely to be stung as a result.
  • Hospitals, office complexes and shopping centres are also in the high risk category. Wasps will have well established flight paths to and from their nests. If staff and customers cross this path, they will be stung. These nests must be swiftly identified and eradicated by a professional as soon as possible.
  • A wasp nest located near a public thoroughfare will pose a definite threat to your staff, passers-by and will most definitely deter customers. Wasps have the potential to attack in large numbers if their nest is disturbed, they are much more aggressive than bees and will sting repeatedly without dying.
  • Wasps are particularly a problem in late summer and autumn as they will have completed their parental duties and have no more young to feed.
  • Summer and autumn is when wasps seek sweet things like ripened fruit and sugary drinks and become more of a harassing pest at picnics and barbecues and outdoor meal areas in general.

We have an unbeaten, proven track record in commercial Wasp control. We provide our customers with the peace of mind that comes with dependable year-round guaranteed protection backed by up by a no-questions asked, results based service. If you require an immediate response to a current pest problem or perhaps you’re simply reassessing an existing strategy. Call us, we’re here to help you.

A One size fits all’ approach does not apply in pest control…

Based on a comprehensive assessment of your premises and factoring in its unique environmental conditions, we can develop a customised protection plan that suits your individual requirements. Prevention of any pest problem is the ideal and achievable goal. Our technicians can implement immediate, targeted control programs, in key harbourage areas, and advise you on proactive physical exclusion techniques. We also provide guidance and monitoring strategies that focus on non-chemical environmental control methods that enable us to achieve these goals.

The identification of pest ‘hot spots’ through regular detailed monitoring is an integral part of any proactive eradication strategy.

Simply call 8840 9572 to speak with us directly or fill in the Contact Us form and we’ll respond to your enquiry in a timely fashion.

The treatment plan begins with a thorough inspection of the property establishing the particular species of Wasp causing the problem and the location of their breeding and harbourage areas. Our highly trained pest management technicians can then prepare a Wasp treatment plan that will eradicate the current infestation as well as providing recommendations and practical measures for the long term control of this annoying pest insect.

Stringent health and safety regulations apply to the control and management of pest’s in business and commercial situations. Maintaining that control relies on regular monitoring, targeted strategies and effective communication between all stakeholders across the entire pest control process.

Nothing impacts on your reputation quite like an un-controlled pest infestation. No matter what industry you’re in we have a pest control solution for you. The exposure of your customers and staff to unhealthy and potentially dangerous pest situations can seriously compromise your business – and ultimately impact your bottom line. You’re hard earned and well-deserved reputation is everything and complacency can result in an outbreak that will tarnish the reputation of even the most trusted establishment.

Pests problems result in the following problems:

  •  Production interruptions and costly delays    
  •  The spread of illness and disease
  •  Contamination and loss of stock
  •  Breach of health regulations
  •  Destruction of materials and inventory
  •  Damage to amenities
  •  Decreased employee productivity and increased absenteeism
  •  Negative customer experience

The treatment of Wasps is an integrated effort that involves habitat and source eradication coupled with the use of chemical control products as needed. This may include the application of insecticides to the vegetation sites that adult Wasps use for harbourage and breeding purposes or introducing insect growth regulators to help prevent development.
Wasp population control is dependent upon the availability of breeding habitats and the particular target species, as well as many other factors. Should you experience Wasps in your working environment, contact us to discuss the options.

Supermarket insect repellents can be effective at temporarily keeping a small amount of Wasps at bay however studies have found that Wasps can ignore repellents over time as a result of repeated exposure. Supermarket repellents also begin to lose their effectiveness soon after being applied, which requires them to be constantly reapplied in order to maintain even the slightest level of protection. The only practical and effective way to control Wasp populations, is with the targeted application of quality commercial pesticides used in conjunction with an effective environmental control program - and this is what we provide!

  • We hold public liability insurance of $20 million and professional indemnity insurance of $500,000 for your piece of mind. An insurance certificate is available on request.
  • Possum catchers are fully compliant with all the necessary statutory and mandatory requirements relating to the Wildlife Act 1975 and all our staff are fully trained in all aspects of the Occupational health and safety act's systems and controls.
  • We are licenced Type 1 Commercial Wildlife Controllers and have nationally recognised qualifications in Cert III Asset Maintenance as well as full accreditation in all pest management systems Cert IV General pest & Termite Management.
We also hold the following Industry Accreditations: EWP Operator licence – (Yellow Card - scissor and boom lift), Victorian Construction Induction - White Card, Working at Heights licenced, current accreditation Working with Children.
  • European wasps make their nests from chewed wood pulp and saliva giving the nest walls a silver papery look.
  • About 80% of European wasp nests will occur in the ground with the remainder usually being found inside buildings.
  • Holes dug in the ground or at the base of trees
  • Wasps flying in and out of cracks or holes in retaining walls or rockeries
  • Nests in compost heaps or rubbish piles

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Wasp treatment details and cost:

Warning: wasps are dangerous and aggressive predators that have the ability to sting multiple times in a matter of seconds causing injury to humans and household pets. DO NOT approach them, DO NOT attempt to treat a colony by yourself. Many supermarket chemicals simply annoy them. Wasps will not sting as a warning and then leave you alone, they are social and very aggressive, if you aggravate them it will result in a coordinated sustained attack.

Nests located in confined, hard-to-reach or high access areas (such as under eaves) will be very difficult to treat as they provide no means of rapid retreat when the colony attacks.

You should not attempt to treat a wasp nest whilst balanced on any type or size of ladder. As you disturb the nest, you will naturally provoke the wasps inside to attack and repeatedly sting you, (their inbred form of defence). A fall hazard from any height will almost certainly result in injury….and the wasps will keep stinging you even if you are unconscious.

We conduct an intensive internal and external inspection of the affected areas gathering as much information and determining the intensity and the spread of the infestation, only then can we propose a suitable treatment tailored to suit your specific needs. It is essential that potential sources of reinfestation are not overlooked during the inspection and treatment phase. This is where the individual experience of the pest controller is vital. A careful and targeted application of insecticides to every possible hiding place is essential; this is why we have technicians that solely specialize in the thorough detection of all harbourage areas and the eradication and control of Wasps. Success can only be achieved through experience and our technicians deal with these pests on a day to day basis.

We can propose a range of chemical and non-chemical treatment options all dependent upon the scope of your individual level of chemical tolerance and personal expectation and based upon what the severity of the infestation will allow. This may include one of or a combination of the following:

  • Surface spraying
  • Space spraying
  • Dusting

Always safety first - in keeping with all our pest treatments we always promote the judicial use professional strength industry approved insecticidal dusts and aerosol spray applications hitting the Wasps daytime hiding locations.

There are numerous factors that will determine just how much it will cost to remove Wasps from your home. Treatment cost largely depends on the size of the extent of the affected areas as well as the intensity of infestation. The ease of accessibility for inspection and treatment purposes may also be a factor in cost determination. Guarantee periods may be positively or negatively affected depending on the surrounding environmental circumstances, the level of housekeeping procedures and the assessed risk of possible re-infestation.

  • Due to their remarkably quick breeding habits, it’s important to identify a Wasps problem before it gets out of control.
  • We offer reliable, cost effective service that complies with all legislative requirements.
  • We guarantee to be in touch with you within 24 hours (Monday to Friday) to arrange an appointment at a time that suits you.
  • A specialist Wasp technician will ask to visit at a time that is convenient for you and will carry out a thorough assessment of your problem and present treatment recommendations and options for your consideration.
  • Dealing specifically with Wasps on a day to day basis gives us a unique insight into the intricate characteristics of this destructive little pest.
  • All treatment strategies employed will be made with your full consultation and approval, we will only commence a treatment once you have given us the go-ahead.
  • All our treatments are completely safe for use around children and pets and are the most environmentally friendly methods around.
  • Our services are tailored to cause minimum disruption to your business and your personal schedule.
  • Our Technicians make as many follow-up visits that are necessary until your problem is solved.…we are there for you all the way.

More Information:

  • Most wasps have carnivorous larvae that feed on other insects and spiders
  • The European wasp (Vespula germanica) is an introduced species to Australia and therefore has no natural predators here to keep its numbers in check.
  • Cold European winters ensure that only the queen wasp survives more than 12 months but our warmer Australian climate allows the entire nest to survive.
  • European Wasps love the cool wet climates of costal and southern Australia
  • European Wasps are far more aggressive than our native species and choose to harass humans because we provide them with a ready supply of sweet food and drink.
  • Wasps are scavengers of food, (anything with a sweet and sugary smell) they cause serious damage to ripening fruit in orchards and vineyards throughout the continent.
  • A normal wasp nest will contain several thousand to tens of thousands of individuals and unlike Bees, wasps do not swarm.
  • In winter the majority of the males die off and the newly fertilized Queen hibernates until the following spring
  • After mating takes place the Queen stores the sperm in closed sacs, and will only release them after finding a suitable nesting place.
  • The queen can control the sex of the new born by either fertilizing the egg or not. Most species of wasps have this unique ability to predetermine the sex of their new born.
  • The queen lays her eggs in the cells of the nest and larvae hatch in about 6 – 8 days.
  • The larvae develop into pupa that becomes the first batch of new workers who in turn finish the construction of the nest and tend to rearing any new born larvae.
  • It is usually the older more aggressive wasps that guard the entrance to the nest and will attack anything when feeling threatened. As they attack they release an alarm pheromone that marks the intruder and triggers a frenzy.
  • The greatest risk is to be stung in the mouth or throat where swelling can block the airways and stop breathing.  People who have been stung previously by wasps can become sensitised are more likely to suffer this systemic reaction.
  • There are many species of native Australian wasps that are beneficial to the environment by assisting in the pollination process. These was are not usually aggressive and do not attack humans.
  • Paper wasps nests are usually golf ball size and located above ground while European wasp nests are either subterranean or concealed within a structure and will be as large as a basketball.
  • European wasps may sometimes forage up to half a kilometre away from the nest to locate a food source.
  • Wasps are social insects that nest in colonies, and they compete aggressively with our indigenous wildlife for habitat and food sources.
  • They are attracted to sweet and sticky foods as well as meat products, such as pet food.
  • Only female wasps have a stinger which they can and will use repeatedly without dying, if they feel they under threat.
  • Wasps are particularly a problem in late summer and autumn as they have no more young to feed, (they usually share in the sugar fix that is a result of this activity). This is when they seek sweet things like ripened fruit and sugary drinks and become more of a harassing pest at picnics and barbecues and outdoor meal areas in general.
  • Wasps are hunter gatherers and in the spring they search for aphids, greenfly and other insects to feed their young. During this particular time wasps will become aggressive and may attack if they think their nest or their young are under threat

Prevention tips:

  • We can advise you on ways to help prevent and minimise the likelihood of wasps re-establishing around your home, for instance:
  • A successful treatment is dependent upon the close co-operation between the property owner and the pest controller. Prior to and after your wasp treatment, we highly recommend you consider these helpful tips.
  • Do not leave food scraps or fallen fruit lying around the yard.
  • Avoid leaving uneaten pet food or dog bones lying outside.
  • Make sure rubbish bins have tight fitting lids.
  • Replacing missing or damaged bricks and use mortar or a caulking gun to seal any cracks where required.
  • Keep compost neat and tidy and covered at all times.
  • Keep swimming pools covered when not in use.
  • Cover exposed food at picnics and barbeques.
  • Never drink out of cans or bottles, use clear containers, a straw or pour drinks into a glass
  • Never leave drink cans or bottles unattended, it may encourage wasps to crawl inside.
  • Ensure children’s hands and faces are cleaned after eating sweet sugary foods and drinks.
  • Do not interfering with an active nest.
  • If you discover a nest keep children away and all windows and doors closed

First aid information:

Important: The following information is provided as a guide only and should not in any way be relied upon or used as a substitute for professional medical advice. If you are in any doubt in regards to a physical reaction you are experiencing as the result of a pest related encounter please consult a doctor or medical professional immediately.

If you experience any of the following symptoms after being stung:
  • difficulty breathing
  • wheezing
  • vomiting
  • nausea or diarrhoea
  • feeling faint or dizzy
  • swollen face or mouth
  • problems swallowing
  • asthmatic or any other type of allergic reaction
Then seek medical attention immediately.
  • If stung wash the area with soap and warm water then apply icepacks to reduce the pain and swelling. If breathing becomes difficult employ the use of a Ventolin inhaler.
  • If the person who is stung presents with an allergic reaction, then treat as you would for snake bites, immobilise and wrap a bandage around the stings.
  • Take painkillers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen to soothe any pain.
  • You can take antihistamine or green lipped muscle extract tablets to help reduce any swelling around the sting. However if you are in any doubt about a wasp sting please consult a doctor or medical professional.
  • If you discover a wasp nest, do not panic - keep calm, move slowly and proceed to back away.
  • Do not scream or become overly animated flapping your arms around or trying to swat them, this will just agitate them and make them more aggressive.

Commercial  Information:

  • Wasps cause serious economic damage in agriculture and will harass and attack process workers. A wasp problem at work will be a dangerous unwanted distraction for your customers and staff members and will undoubtedly cause disruption to your business.
  • Wasps will attack anyone trying to dine or work outside in a cafe, your patrons and their children, your staff, the public in general. (they do not discriminate)
  • Wasps pose a serious problem to a wide range of organizations and none more so than schools. Wasps are especially attracted to discarded food refuse, especially sweet smelling sugary foods and children being naturally curious of buzzing wasp activity are highly likely to be stung as a result. They mark their victim with a chemical signal which in turn attracts other wasps
  • Hospitals, office complexes and shopping centres are also in the high risk category. Wasps will have well established flight paths to and from their nests. If staff and customers cross this path, they will be stung. These nests must be swiftly identified and eradicated by a professional as soon as possible.
  • A wasp nest located near a public thoroughfare will pose a definite threat to your staff, passers-by and will most definitely deter customers. Wasps have the potential to attack in large numbers if their nest is disturbed, they are much more aggressive than bees and will repeatedly without dying.
  • Wasps are particularly a problem in late summer and autumn as they have no more young to feed, (they usually share in the sugar fix that is a result of this activity). This is when they seek sweet things like ripened fruit and sugary drinks and become more of a harassing pest at picnics and barbecues and outdoor meal areas in general.
  • Waspin pots - Practical, discreet and effective wasp traps that are hung outside to lure wasps away from staff and customers on patios or in gardens. Each trap contains a special fermented solution that is irresistible to wasps and hornets. The clever design means that once the wasps are inside, they will never get out.
  • Luminos units - In food preparation areas help you deal with all flying insects, including wasps. Unlike other zappers, the unique way it works reduces the risk of dead insect fragments causing contamination.
  • Insect screens - On doors or windows prevent wasps entering your workplace while still allowing natural ventilation.

While bees are not considered to be a problem pest as such, they can pose a serious health threat for those allergic to their stings. Obviously, people allergic to bee stings must be constantly vigilant as a severe reaction, untreated, can lead to death

Bees are vital to the environment and necessary to all agriculture. An amount of bees in a garden is normal and shouldn’t be alarming, but if you feel there is a mass of bees around your property then call us.

We employ a dedicated Apiarist who will come and assess the situation, collect the bees and remove the hive when practical or control the bees in a humane and environmentally friendly manner.