Wasps Stripping Wood

Wasps Stripping Wood

Wasps Stripping Wood See the light patches on this timber staircase? They’re created by wasps taking the wood to build their nest! And, if you find similar evidence on your outside furniture, fencing or decking, it means there’s a nest nearby. Now is the time to treat...
Bumblebees

Bumblebees

Bumblebees Daffodils, warmer weather, and birds singing mean spring has definitely sprung here in beautiful Wharfedale! Big, beautiful queen bumblebees are also waking up and looking for safe places to start their new colonies. This may be in a hedge row, underground,...
Wasp Nest Removal

Wasp Nest Removal

🙋‍♀️ If you’ve got a WASP NEST at your home or business now is the time to get fixed! As we move into late summer wasp numbers are maxing out and those nests are getting really big. Getting the nest treated now will prevent super aggressive late summer wasps affecting...
Wasp Nests

Wasp Nests

Look at all the tiny strips of wood taken off the back of our lovely customers garden furniture by WASPS! The wasps use their little chomping mandibles to remove the timber before mixing it with saliva and flying back to build up their papier-mâché nests like tiny...
What is a wasp?

What is a wasp?

What is a WASP? A wasp is any narrow-waisted insect of the order Hymenoptera that is neither a bee nor an ant. Wasps have the ability to sting their insect prey and also larger animals as a defence mechanism. Some species of wasp have an incredibly powerful sting, in...