About Wasp Control Swindon

Wasp Control Wiltshire, Destroy and Remove wasps nests for a Fixed Price £45.00 No Extra. We Guarantee the treatment of Wasp Nests, in the unlikly event the treatment does not work we will return free of charge and treat it again.

We are usually able to visit your premises within 24 hours of making contact with us and we always provide a one hour time slot so you are not stuck in waiting for us. We do have a small surcharge for Saturday and Sunday appointments, but we do not charge extra for evening appointments.

Our wasp nest treatment costs less than treatments from Swindon Borough Council Wasp Control and Wiltshire Council Wasp Control.

We cover a large area including Swindon, Wiltshire, Devizes, Chippenham, Malmesbury, Cirencester, Hungerford, Oxfordshire and Berkshire.

We also treat Hornets and Bees, We tend to relocate bees to our own hives so if you have a swarm then we would be happy to relocate to a nice cosy hive!

We use chemical to treat the nest, the powder is applied directly into the nest or via an entrance hole. Total eradication of the nest should take place in a very short space of time once treated. We also no longer use ladders but instead use long poles to apply insecticides.



Wasp Control Wiltshire Facts

Common wasps which are the most prevalent in the UK along with the german wasp are instantly recognisable because of their yellow and black stripes. They are social insects and live in underground nests of up to 10,000 workers. The wasps do not construct their own burrow but will choose one which already exists, such as an abandoned animal burrow, a corner of a garden shed, or the loft of a house.


More Wasp Facts below


  • - Wasps are light sensitive.

  • - Wasps are inactive when the sun is down, returning to their nest at this time.

  • - Some species prey on caterpillars making them beneficial, specially to farmers.

  • - Only female wasps have a stinger where males do not.

  • - As the females can sting, they protect the nest.

  • - Not all female wasps are fertile.

  • - The first wasps to be born will be sterile females who will be workers.

  • - Most wasps die during the winter apart from new and fertile queen wasps who will hibernate to continue the wasp life cycle.

  • - Worker wasps may look as far as 400 meters away from their nest for food.

  • - A wasps nest can contain between 5,000 to 10,000 wasps.

  • - A wasps sting can be fatal to some who is allergic.

  • - When a wasp dies it releases a smell that warns other wasps of danger and that it may need help.

  • - A nest will contain a single queen wasp at any one time.

  • - Wasps feed on sweet plants, nectar, fruits, honey, other insects and caterpillars.

  • - The most common wasps for a person to come in contact with are yellow jacket wasps, bald faced hornets and paper wasps


Contact Us

Pestcatcher Pest Control

Tel: 01793 630768

Mobile: 07852 449528

Email: markb@pestcatcher.co.uk

Website: www.pestcatcher.co.uk

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