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£49.00 Wasp Control in BristolGet rid of wasps nests in Bristol Fast.
Wasp control is all about understanding how to safely eliminate wasps as quickly and safely as possible and our years of experience make us the perfect local company to help you.
Available Weekdays and Weekends
Call: 07427626686 or visit https://pestbristol.co.uk/
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Blazing A Trail In Pest Control

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Blazing A Trail In Pest ControlAlmost every pest control business has a website — but I challenge you to find one that gives you advice on how to solve pest problems (and I don't just mean sell products and tell you how to use them).
I started working in the pest control industry as WaspKill UK, almost ten years ago. Working for myself from day one meant I wasn’t subject to the hidden rules of the industry or the industry way of doing things.
I came from a medical and teaching background, and this meant I handled pest problems differently to other professionals.

I always had a desire to solve pest problems and not just treat them. In essence, I wanted to find a cure, a solution.
All too often I would come across a customer who had been through two or three pest control companies to address a problem, and they were so distrusting of me after adverse experiences with others that it was upsetting.

Even now the temptation to just walk away from some customers is powerful.
I wanted to go h…

Wasps Nest In Shed

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Wasps Nest In Your Garden Shed?Sheds Are Popular Nesting Places For Queen Wasps

Why wasps nest in shedsWasps are common visitors to sheds in Bristol, especially later in the year when queen wasps are preparing to hibernate.

Overwintering queen wasps find garden sheds irresistible hibernation sites, perfect for a new nest in the spring.
The Common Wasp (Vespula vulgaris - pictured) and the German Wasp (Vespula germanica) are the most common species of wasps you're likely to encounter in a garden shed, and unfortunately, they also build the largest nests!
Wasps like sheds because they are so easy to enter, rarely disturbed and warm quickly in sunlight - perfect for a developing brood of wasps.
How dangerous are wasps nests in sheds?A wasps nest in your shed will start off discreetly because only the queen is building the nest.

After about a month she will see her first brood of eight to sixteen daughter wasps hatch and begin helping her build the nest.
For wasps nests smaller than an ap…

Rats Problems Under Your Shed?

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Why Are Rats Under Your Shed?
Rats are among the most noticeable rodents in our gardens, not least because they are among the largest.

Our Bristol rat control service is regularly called upon to investigate rat problems in people's gardens which are usually a result of a few common factors.


5 Common Reasons Your Garden Shed Has RatsFeeding birds with loose or mixed feed - Bird feeders are commonly associated with rats because so much feed gets spilt onto the floor. This can be reduced simply by ensuring that each feeder contains only one kind of seed. When using mixed seed in bird feeders, the birds will peck out the seed they don't like, depositing it on the floor and eat only those seeds it prefers.Animal feed available from pets like rabbits and chickens - The smell of food in feeding bowls provides great encouragement to foraging rats and mice. It's also very common for enclosures to be built using chicken wire that is large enough to allow mice and juvenile rats to pass…

Removing Honey Bees From a Chimney

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HONEY BEES SAFELY REMOVED FROM A CHIMNEY
Sometimes you just have to get up there with them! Honey Beesare often difficult to access and require specialist access.


When trying to eliminate honey bees from your chimney, it can be as simple as lighting a fire beneath them or asking a professional pest controller to remove them.

The best option is always to ask a beekeeper to remove them and to make sure they don't just destroy them. Sadly we have encountered a growing number of beekeepers who eliminated honey bees they claimed to have saved for our customers!


How Do We Get To The Bees?
The problem you will quickly encounter is how to get to them. If you live in a brick or stone built property, removal can be complicated, especially at height. It's easy to dislodge chimney pots and other structures while trying to remove bees.

Chimney pots can fall straight through a roof and even kill people below, so before you do anything get professional advice, on the options available to you, and…

What The Wasps Are Doing To Your Ceiling

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Wasp DamageUncovering the uncomfortable and expensive truth!Using some clever photography and imaging, we have been able to show you what lies beneath the surface of your walls and ceilings when wasps are building a nest.

It's very common to have a tiny amount of staining on the ceiling or wall that a wasp nest is resting against. Wasps gradually munch their way through, until they swarm into the room and onto the unsuspecting or sleeping occupants.


This first image clearly shows the staining:Now let's see what lies beneath the surface using some intelligent technology.
The second image:
Revealed for your eyes only, the evidence that there is a layer of paint between you and the wasps - thousands of them!!! So the next time you get a small stain on your ceiling, don't be tempted to press it with your finger.

Get more help and advice from our Bristol pest controlteam on 07427 626686.

WaspKill UK Pest Control with Simon Berenyi

Wasp Nest Beetle - Metoecus paradoxus

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The Wasp Nest Beetle - (Metoecus paradoxus)


This secretive British wasp parasite is often confused with flies and even moths. It's a very strange insect to look at, and its life cycle means you are very unlikely to get close enough to this parasites favourite hangouts for fear of being stung!
The specimen shown in the images here came from the nest of the common wasp (Vespula vulgaris). The nest was located in the crawl space of a converted loft and was resting on the window sill of an adjacent window.
We discover all sorts of strange insects while carrying out our Bristol pest controlservices, especially in the warmer months of the year when insects are abundant.
Wasps might seem like the worst possible insect to upset, but it would appear that this parasite hitches a ride to the nest on the back of the adult wasps as a larva!

WaspKill UK Pest Control with Simon Berenyi