Based in the Midlands we are professionals in the treatment of wasps, ants, wasp nests and ant nests.

Ants are social insects that live in organized nests that contain many hundreds and sometimes thousands of ants. Most are wingless sterile females, known as worker ants, but there will also be fertile females, known as queen ants, and males.

Our service charge is only £50.00. No extra change for weekends or bank holidays.

We guarantee a discreet and satisfactory service and promise no hidden charges.

All our technicians are fully trained to the highest standards and are all fully Insured. We operate a Fast Response service.

We cover all kinds of properties from domestic to commercial. No job is too large or too small.

Midlands Wasp Removal are fully trained at dealing with all ant problems.

Midland Wasp Removals - Ant Removal

The life cycle of an ant

Stage 1 – The Queen Ant lays eggs.
Stage 2 – After a few days the eggs hatch into larvae. The larvae are fed by the Worker Ants.
Stage 3 – After about 8 days the larvae spins a cocoon around itself. Once in the cocoon it is called a pupa.
Stage 4 – 3 weeks later young Ants hatch from the cocoons. They are helped out by the Worker Ants. These Ants spend their life gathering food and keeping the nest tidy. Worker Ants live for about 5 years.

During the summer months you may see swarms of flying ants about. These are winged fertile adults, both male and female. This mass exodus from the nest is triggered by warm humid weather. After mating the males die and the pregnant females will become the new Queen Ants. They leave their original nest in search of suitable sites in which to establish a new nest.

The Queen Ant lays a few eggs in soft soil which she rears herself. These are her first Worker Ants and will help run the nest once mature.

Midlands Wasp Removals - Ant Removal Service

Can ants cause harm?

Ants can cause concern but they are a nuisance rather than destructive pests.

They feed mainly on insects, including other ants

They also collect the sweet liquid known as honeydew, which is excreted by aphids and some other sap-feeding insects

Ants can protect aphids from attack by ladybirds and other predators in order to secure their supply of honeydew. Increased numbers of aphids may result in more damage to plants

They do little damage to plants themselves, except by disturbing soil around plant roots and depositing it on the surface during their nest building activities. This can be a nuisance on lawns and where low-growing plants are being buried by excavated soil

Some ants (mostly Myrmica species – commonly known as red ants) can sting, but for most people this is no more than a minor irritation

Midlands Wasp Removals - Ant Removal Service

Fully Qualified Personal

All of our staff involved in the removal of ants are fully trained and certified to very high standards because we take your safety very seriously.

Our founder Tony Anderson has gone through the most rigorous training to ensure that everyone is safe, he and all staff are certified through Killgerm training by Killgerm chemicals ltd

Our vans are discrete and will not draw attention to the fact that you have an infestation.

Midlands wasp removals response times

We will Bee on time

With fast response times at Midlands wasp removals we know how important it is to get you free from pests that blight your life.  Therefore we will get to you as quickly as possible and will always keep you updated if there is an unexpected issue whilst on the way to you.

We have helped many individuals and businesses in a timely and professional manner and are committed to helping you should you require our services.

Midlans wasp removals areas covered

Areas covered

Staffordshire Wasp Removal
Stoke-on-Trent / Leek / Newcastle / Stafford / Stone / Uttoxeter
postcodes: ST1, ST2, ST3, ST4, ST5, ST6, ST7, ST8, ST9, ST10, ST11, ST12, ST13, ST14, ST15, ST16, ST17, ST18, ST19, ST20, ST21

Cheshire Wasp Removal
Crewe / Congleton / Middlewich / Nantwich / Northwich / Sandbach / Tarporley / Winsford
postcodes: CW1, CW2, CW3, CW4, CW5, CW6, CW7, CW8, CW9, CW10, CW11, CW12