Border Control are your local specialist for wasp, hornet and bee nest removal.
We work throughout Leicestershire, Warwickshire and south Derbyshire and offer a 24 response service.
Border Control are your local specialist for wasp, hornet and bee nest removal. We work throughout Leicestershire, Warwickshire and south Derbyshire and offer a 24 response service.
All our technicians are fully qualified to carry out wasp pest control to the necessary standards and we are registered with the British Pest Control Association (BPCA) who regulate the industry.
Border Control are fully insured and happy to help with all your pest issues, so please call on 07983 540 557 to speak to one of our helpful team today.
The method used in wasp nest removal will either be a direct application using a professional powder or spray or a space spray/ fog if the nest is less accessible.
The results are very quick, often all activity will be gone within 24-48 hours, and if the problem persists beyond 7 days Border Control: Pest Control will come back to re-treat the problem free of charge as part of our guarantee.
The problem is greater when children or older people live in the property, as they cope less well with stings. In many cases the person or animal receive a sharp pain that usually becomes inflamed and is very itchy for a while. However, in exaggerated cases stings can cause anaphylactic shock and the patient can require immediate medical assistance
If you own a shop or restaurant you need to take wasp pest control seriously. If your customers experience a high level of wasp activity, then they’re likely to complain and request a refund or leave a negative review. Either could result in a loss of future income. You have a duty to protect your customers and staff. To minimise the disruption to your business, we suggest you contact us immediately.
To keep yourself and your family safe, we’d always recommend using a professional. At Border Control we have technical knowledge and access to a range of professional use insecticides which are not available to the public. We also have the appropriate protective equipment to avoid getting a nasty sting.
It’s really easy to mistake bees for wasps. The way we treat bees and wasps are very different.
Bee’s are an important, beneficial species rarely considered a pest. Professional pest controllers only treat bees nests if it’s a significant threat to public health as last resort.