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    Default Wasp nest removal costs.

    Looks like i've got a wasp nest in the loft ! Streams of wasps coming and going non stop, been up to see if its visable but can't see the nest.
    Anyone know how much it costs to get it removed ?


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    Type wasp nest removal in to google Fil, loads of options come up, don't forget to grab some pics

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    Ring the Council, they often do it at a reduced rate

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    Got someone coming Tuesday now, but it ain't cheap !
    Wasp removal is £50 + vat ! BUT ... Honey Bee's are £120 + vat !!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev_A View Post
    Type wasp nest removal in to google Fil, loads of options come up, don't forget to grab some pics

    Can't see the nest Kev, they're going in under the roof tiles i think. About 3 feet from our bedroom window !


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    Did you see the program on BBC 1 the other week about a lot of the councils getting rid of their pest control dept's?

    Apparently those that still have the service and used to carry out jobs like this for free are going to charge a minimum of £50, those councils that don't have this service available............well you will have to go private and get charged an arm and a leg.

    Apparently anyone could start their own pest control business, there aren't actually any formal qualifications you need for it, you only need to be registered if you want to use 2 of the toxic chemicals that are used. Don't use the chemicals......don't get registered.

    If I could only overcome my overwhelming fear of creepy crawlies the money would be rolling in

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    had a nest mate paid £40 to get it taken away...

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    ring around for prices fil,otherwise you may end up being stung (sorry but somebody had to say it)

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    I had the same thing wasps coming and going just along from the bedroom window, they were getting in at the the overhang at the gable end. Looked in the loft down in the conner by the eve's, could see it but very hard to get to, so i got some poison powder that you can spray at the entrance hole to the nest, but in my case i had to spray it at the hole they were getting in through, and it worked took a couple of days to kill them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigboynigs View Post
    Did you see the program on BBC 1 the other week about a lot of the councils getting rid of their pest control dept's?

    Apparently those that still have the service and used to carry out jobs like this for free are going to charge a minimum of £50, those councils that don't have this service available............well you will have to go private and get charged an arm and a leg.

    Apparently anyone could start their own pest control business, there aren't actually any formal qualifications you need for it, you only need to be registered if you want to use 2 of the toxic chemicals that are used. Don't use the chemicals......don't get registered.

    If I could only overcome my overwhelming fear of creepy crawlies the money would be rolling in
    Being registered is one thing but to be qualified you have to know the latin names of all the insects and pests,not to mention the chemicals and powders needed,its a mine field

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