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Wasp Nest Removal Cost

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Lancashire PR7 2YA
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Phone: 0800 772 3363 Email: info@yourpestcontrol.co.uk

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Wasp Nest Removal Cost

How much does Wasp Nest Removal Cost?.

The answer is it varies quite a lot.

Here at Your Pest Control, we charge a flat fee of £50.00. That's it nothing more. The only exception to this is if a cat ladder is needed. The job now becomes a two-man job.
Some pest control firms will tell you they only charge £25.00 or so. When they arrive at your premises you will find they have add-ons like charging you for using ladders, a mileage charge, V.A.T. etc. Your bill is suddenly increasing and is now approaching £75.00 - £100.00. When employing the services of one of the cheaper firms please keep these points in mind.
Some of the bigger firms will charge you anything up to £350.00. Essentially you are paying for the chairman's bonus and the shareholder's dividends.

We all do the same job basically (inject the nest with insecticide). You are getting the services of a national organization but think about customer service after the event, if you need to call them back.
Lets say a company wants to charge you £300 + V.A.T. at 20%. Your final bill is £360.Thats £60 in V.A.T (phew). We only charge £50.00 for the complete job.

By far the best option would be to engage a local company with a fixed price. You will invariably get a better service. Charges normally range from £40.00 to £60.00. The only time costs could rise is if the nest is inaccessible and becomes a two-man job.

Remember, Your Pest Control is dedicated to giving you a top quality pest control service at an affordable price. Phone 0800 772 3363 or 07941895288 to book your treatment now.

Wasp Nest Removal Cost: Cities

In the bigger cities, you can expect to pay a premium. This would be to cover parking costs, congestion charges, higher wages etc, just about anything and everything.
As we all know things cost more in the big cities.