Wasp queens came out of hibernation during a sunny spell of warmer weather earlier in March and laid first bundles of eggs in new nests in April have now reared first wasp workers. The wasp workers have taken from their queens all the nest-building and brood-feeding tasks so the wasp queens are free to dedicate their time to laying eggs. The wasp nests are now (start of May) a size of a golf ball will grow into a tennis-ball size within a couple of weeks to be a size of rugby ball in the height of the Summer. Some of the wasp nests will become massive, a size of a sheep, with thousands of potentially very dangerous flying, stinging insects – wasps.
Wasp queens, wasp nests, wasp workers and wasp grubs
As the wasp queens now dedicate all their time to laying eggs in the nests and wasp workers work on gathering food for wasp grubs, we in Czm8 Pest Control dedicate most our time and effort to keep our customers' houses across western Scotland free from them all.
Free advice about wasps and professional wasp control in western Scotland
With our fast-effective and safe treatment of a wasp nest (on or around your house) we can help you get rid of the wasp problem you have by guaranteed destruction of all the nesting wasps.
All (accessible) wasp nests (can be identified) on and near the ground up-to 1st floor are treated for £39 only. For more details please visit our dedicated wasp control page on the main website or feel free to call our helpline 01294 689903.