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DON‟T GET CAUGHT SHORT BY WASPS NESTS


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t‟s heading towards the time of year where warmer weather ushers in barbecues, days out


and lighter, longer evenings. However, summer does bring its own problems


and one of the biggest is wasps nests. The nuisances can be dangerous especially


when the nests are found on people‟s homes. Paul Shortt runs a professional wasp nest


removal company which guarantees the problem will be sorted out quickly, cost effectively and carefully allowing you to get on with enjoying your garden. Paul, who is fully qualified and trained to carry


out the removals said: “We‟ve had a really warm April and this brings forward the wasp season. I‟ve already had a few jobs last month and that‟s quite unusual for that time of year. “It‟s important that people don‟t try and deal


with wasps nests themselves as it can be very dangerous. “I carry out a risk assessment of the site and


aim to provide a same day or at the very least a next day service. All my work is guaranteed and


Paul Shortt will ensure your garden is wasp-free this summer.


I‟ve never been called back to a job once I‟ve been round and treated it with the chemicals I use.” Paul added that the powerful powder he uses


to fumigate the nests kills the problem with the minimum of fuss. Paul charges £40 a nest with £10 for additional


nests. “I‟m a small business so that means I can react quicker than local authorities and bigger pest control companies. “It also means I can charge less than them as I


don‟t have the sort of overheads they do. I cover a lot of local areas including Sarratt, the Langleys, Rickmansworth and beyond. “I always guarantee a friendly,


professional and honest service. To contact Paul call 01923 262 849 or mobile 07960 324 290.


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