Local wasp nest removal within 24 hours of your call 

We will deal with your wasp or hornet nest wherever you live, and our treatments are guaranteed. 
If you have a problem with wasps or hornets and you want a local, professional company to come out and deal with it then look no further than All Aspects Pest Control. 
We are based in Woodley and central to Berkshire, this means that we can get out to you quickly and deal with those wasps, another thing about us is that we are a family run business and we have the personal touch. 
We carryout pest control in a traditional manner and we work on results; these results mean that we’ve got a great reputation and this has seen us deliver pest control to some major blue chip companies including Reading Football Club. 
If you want a low cost, guaranteed service from a local business then give us a call – we can have one of our technicians out to you within hours of your call. 

Rapid response for wasps and hornet treatments in Reading and across Berkshire 

All Aspects Pest Control are wasp exterminator experts working throughout Reading and Berkshire and aim to attend the same day to resolve your wasp problem giving you the chance to enjoy your home and garden.  
Wasp nests are treated with a modern insecticide that is not toxic to mammals but highly toxic to the insects which results in a fall in activity within hours; we guarantee all our treatments to give you peace of mind. 

Fully trained professional wasp control local to you 

Our pest control technicians are fully trained professionals and armed with a variety of chemicals and application methods – all wasp nest treatments should be left to professional companies that are trained and insured. Once a wasp nest has been treated, the workers will react aggressively and we will be on hand to monitor the activity and our technicians always wait on site to see a reduction in aggression before leaving the site, your safety is our priority. 
Wherever possible we will remove the treated wasp nest from your property as this is a lawful requirement. 

Professional wasp and hornet control throughout Berkshire 

When we treat a wasp nest, its location and the reaction of the wasps may pose a hazard to you, depending on the chemical used activity will become extremely aggressive for a short period and over a few hours activity will die off as the wasps or hornets are exposed to the active ingredient.  
Our priority is to give you the best service that we can and this means that every wasp and hornets’ nest that we treat is guaranteed to die off within 24 hours from the treatment. If in the event that nest does not die off, we will happily return to retreat it; our customers are our priority, and we deliver the service you need. 

The wasp nest removal service 

When it comes to delivering successful wasp and hornet control in Reading, Woodley and Wokingham we have three ways in which we can deal with a nest for you: 

Wasp Nest Removal 

If we discover that the wasp nest is within physical reach of our technician, we will deal with the nest by injecting a powerful pesticide powder directly into the interior of the nest, our technician will wait a short time and then bag the nest up, removing the entire nest from your property. 
The chemicals that we use in the control of wasps and hornets are incredibly fast acting and within 15 to 20 minutes of commencing the treatment the wasps will have died off. 

Void Wasp Nest Treatment 

It’s likely that we will find that the wasps have built their nest inside a void area that is out of reach so we will be unable to remove the nest in this instance. Once again, the process is similar, our technician will use an insecticidal powder and inject this into the void immediately around the wasp nest.  
The powder will penetrate across the entire void and find its way inside the wasp nest and here it will kill off the wasps along with the Queen, the advantage of this treatment is that the returning wasps will come into contact with the powder and also die off. 

Non-Toxic Wasp Traps 

We can place wasp traps outside the property which entice wasps away from communal areas like patios; these hanging traps physically attract and catch wasps, and the advantage of using these traps is that they are selective; only attracting wasps and flies and not honeybees. 
The wasp traps can be used in conjunction with the wasp nest removal service, keeping your home wasp free through the summer no matter where the wasps build their nest. These traps are ideal if you don’t like wasps and want to keep your patio or BBQ area free from visiting wasps, these traps are 100% pesticide free as well as being totally maintenance free – there is no need to clean them out or empty; simple hang up and at the end of the summer just throw the whole trap away. 

Total wasp and hornet control throughout the Reading area 

If you discover a wasp or hornets’ nest on your property, you’ll want a quick, professional solution to the problem and All Aspects Pest Control can provide that; our technicians work full time in the pest control industry and they are equipped with the best insecticides and application methods. We offer a wasp nest removal service in Reading, Bracknell, Maidenhead and around Berkshire seven days a week and we aim to respond to your home within 4 hours of getting your call. 
All our staff are fully trained, fully insured and members of the NPTA – the National Pest Technicians Association, we are specialists in all types of pests and we can offer you a no obligation telephone advice line on 07697 360 000. 
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Wasp stings reactions and symptoms  

Wasp and hornet stings can be painful and lead to complications with allergic reactions and bacteria injected into the wound, always clean the affected area and seek medical advice, even if its just to take antihistamine. Our bodies defence mechanism reacts poorly to wasp and hornet venom and the consequences of getting stung can be severe. 
If you have been stung by a wasp or hornet seek immediate medical advice: 
For more information visit the Healthline site for advice on wasps stings - 
Want to know more about the different types of wasps? Visit the Eakring Birds site for a comprehensive photographic guide to wasps in the UK - 
Or visit our blog on the different wasps that we have here in Berkshire -  
When it comes to bee's we are an ethical pest control company and we will not treat some types of bees known as masonry or mining bee. These are completely harmless and we have written a blog on these insects - if you're not sure check it out by clicking on the bee. 
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Frequently asked questions about wasps 


What good are wasps?  

Wasps do an awful lot of good, firstly they eat insects that would otherwise damage soft fruits and vegetables. They also act as pollinators, visiting around as many flowers as honeybee’s do as they search for a sweet drink, wasps do a lot of good I just wish they weren’t so aggressive. 

Do wasps use old wasp nests?  

No, wasps don’t reuse old nests, but each nest is built from scratch by the Queen when she emerges from hibernation in the spring. The cell size will vary as the season goes on, smaller cells for worker wasps and then larger cells for those larvae that will become future Queens. 

Why do wasps bother us?  

In the late summer as the colony starts to decline, food becomes scarce – the larvae regurgitate some of their food for the worker wasps and as they stop being produced the workers get hungry and start looking for sweet liquids and so are drawn to perfumes and sugary drinks. 
Testimonial Wasps in a house in Cookham 
"Really great service. Emailed early in the morning and got a phone call almost immediately. They arrived later the same morning, sooner than anticipated and did the job really quickly, efficiently and with no fuss. Tony was also informative about the situation and a very friendly guy. No sign of a wasp since! Also very good value I’d say, when compared to the big google ad dominators who send someone out for double the price. Thanks Tony and co".  

Got a problem with wasps?  Do you want to know more about wasps and hornets?   READ OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. 

We only ever see wasps in the summer, where do they come from? 
The Queen wasp emerges from hibernation around mid-April in towns like Reading, Bracknell, Maidenhead, Slough and throughout Berkshire and searches for a suitable nest site, often a hole in a roof leading into the loft or in brickwork leading to a cavity wall. By late summer, an average wasp nest may contain between 3,000 to 15,000 wasps. 
Why are wasps so aggressive? 
Wasps prey on other insects and as such they have a natural aggressive behaviour which is made worse when a wasp is harmed or crushed as it releases a series of distress chemicals provoking other wasps to attack. Wasps have even been known to attach themselves to an ‘aggressor’ to act as a homing beacon for other wasps to come and attack! 
Do wasps eat other insects? 
Adult wasps don't actually eat; they feed their larvae in the wasp nest chopped up pieces of insect mixed with saliva and in turn the larvae feed the adult wasps a sugary substance which they drink. 
When the Queen Wasp has finished laying eggs in late summer she dies and once the remaining larvae have turned into fertilised males and unfertilised Queen Wasps there is no more food for the wasp 'drones' that have reared them, the nest is now dying and the wasps starving. They leave the nest searching for sugar rich food; fallen fruit, sugary drinks and picnics are all sources of food. 
Are hornets different to wasps? 
Yes, hornets are different to wasps: currently at large in Reading and throughout Berkshire is the Common or European Hornet; these are much larger than wasps and pack a more powerful sting. Generally, they are very docile, much more so than wasps and if their nest is not causing any problems, they should be left well alone. The least well known hornet, which has not reached any parts of Berkshire or the South East as yet, is the Asian Hornet or Yellow Footed Hornet; these are alien species and have resulted in numerous deaths on the continent. If these are found they need exterminating as they are a potential hazard to public health. 
My wasp nest has been treated and now there is a strong unpleasant smell. 
There are occasions usually in late summer where a treated wasp nest contains a high proportion of Queen Wasp larvae; these are much larger than the usual drones that you generally encounter and when these die after treatment it means there is a greater volume of liquid within the nest. We treat wasp nests with a dry powder and the actual nest material is made from chewed wood pulp; think of something just a bit thicker than tissue paper. 
These nests can sometimes decompose with a strong odour which is similar to rotting fish; these will often dry out due to their location within a cavity wall or the loft, if accessible we can arrange to remove these for you, however its worth noting that wasps DO NOT RE-USE old nests so leaving them does no harm
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