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Manchester & Stockport Wasp Control offer a professional Wasp treatment service for the Manchester & Stockport area. Our dedicated Wasp Control Technicians can help you 24/7 with regards to Wasp Treatment, Wasp Removal and Wasp prevention anywhere within the Manchester & Stockport region. Call or Email us today to speak with one our trained Wasp Control technicians.
•Wasp Nest Treatment
•Wasp Prevention Tips
•24/7 Emergency Service
•We use discreet unmarked vehicles
•Fixed price service, Only £85.00
Wasp Nest Treatment Facts
In the Manchester & Stockport area, there are several thousand different types of Wasp. The bigger species of wasps of which there are around 9 that cause harm or upset to humans, build large nests in and around properties and homes and are well known to be very vicious little creatures which have a nasty stinger that can cause extreme pain and serious health conditions.
What to do if you have a Wasp Sting
If you have been stung by a Wasp anywhere around the mouth or neck area, or if you experience giddiness, nausea, unusual swelling or extreme pain following a sting, please seek immediate medical advice.
How to identify a Wasp Nest
The first you need to do to identify a Wasps nest is to simply watch and wait to see where the wasps are concentrated, look for small gaps or hole that they might be entering end exiting. Once you have located the area the wasp are coming from you will need to identify the nest.
If the nest is not easily visible do not attempt to get close or disturb the Wasps to gain visibility
instead Call us now on 0161 635 0071 and one of our trained technicians will safely assess the area for Wasps nests.
Wasp stings & treatments
On the off chance that you have been stung by a wasp, the impacts albeit upsetting are less destructive than a honey bee sting. The wasp has thorns on its stinger yet they are little and in this manner once in a while remain in the skin. The best treatment for wasp stings is vinegar as this kills the antacid in the venom, the torment will more often than not die down following a hour or something like that and any swelling ought to go down. In exceptionally uncommon cases you could experience the ill effects of anaphylactic shock and this requires restorative treatment instantly, anaphylactic stun can happen at any phase in your life regardless of whether you’ve been stung previously and were fine, numerous beekeepers have been stung multiple times but then can all of a sudden endure with anaphylactic stun. This prompts a few passings consistently in the UK.