Bees are well-known pests to cause issue when they’re around. However, bees are beneficial for managing the environment. Pollination helps plants reproduce and provides food for other animals and humans, as well as other animals and humans. An estimated 80 percent of fruit trees, vegetables, legumes, and flowers are created by honeybees according to one study! Harming or killing bees merely because they seem “pesky” might do more harm than good for your surroundings. Bee removal is still necessary, however, due to the fact that their stings are extremely painful and dangerous to your health.
Why There is a Need For Bees
Wasps and bees are active virtually all of the time of the year. Most homeowners don’t want bees around their property. Stinging insects can be irritating to some people, but for others they’re just a nuisance. They swoop down on your picnics and set up shop in the most inconvenient places. Other people may perceive them as a dangerous predator to be wary of. Stinging insect venom can cause severe anaphylaxis reactions in many people. It’s well worth the money to hire a pest control professional to get rid of bees from your home or property.
While they may look menacing, bees that are swarming and bringing honey from their previous hive are significantly less protective or likely to sting than they would be if they were defending juvenile bees at the old hive. If left alone, they pose little risk, but if provoked, they will sting. Once bees are established, they will begin to build combs for rearing brood and storing food. To increase their nesting space, colonies sometimes soften and remove Sheetrock using water. This has no effect on the building’s structural integrity. As the dampness spreads, residents will begin to see it on their walls. In a few cases, the bees actually make a hole through the Sheetrock such that foragers escape into the house, disturbing or scaring people. Honey can ferment and leak through walls and ceilings if the colony isn’t killed and removed right away.
Why You Must Have a Beehive Removed
Temporarily living with a beeswax nest is conceivable. However, the difficulty begins when you’ve accidently knocked over or disturbed the nest and all those bees come out. The stinging occurs there, which can cause health problems.
If you, a member of your family, or a guest that often visits you is allergic to bees, then removal is very much a need. Allergic reactions to bee venom can range from the mild to the life-threatening. If you’re allergic, we strongly encourage you to remain a safe distance from the hive. Bee activity may persist for a few days after the hive is removed. Before returning to the area following a removal, be sure the coast is clear.
Bee stings can be terrible even if no one in your family is allergic to them. Because of this, the hive may have to be moved from an awkward place. If the beehive is positioned close to a door or window, then the probabilities of bees finding their way inside become too great to be ignored.
Some varieties of bees, like the carpenter bee, often construct colonies inside house walls. Wood boring bees are capable of causing significant structural damage. The sooner you remove these hives, the less expensive the extermination will be and the lower the value of your home will be.
The beehive expands as the colony grows. What can start off as a few thousand bees, can swiftly become tens of thousands in a short amount of time. As the colony grows, the likelihood of being stung by several bees increases. Hives have to keep expanding as the number of bees in a colony rises. Beehives can grow to enormous proportions inside of walls and ceilings, posing a major threat to nearby property.
A Bee’s Nest Detection Method
Put on light-colored protective gear like slacks, a long-sleeved shirt, and closed-toe shoes before approaching the area where bees are active. If you want to prevent being stung by these insects, don’t wear bright colors and don’t use perfume, perfumed lotion, or soap on your body. Secure your hair and choose for less loose-fitting gear to lessen the possibility that bees will get entangled in your hair or clothes.
Approach the area cautiously. While keeping a safe distance from the hive, use your eyes to look for distinguishing traits. Some significant differences between bees include the appearance of their nests and the insects themselves.
Bees tend to have bigger, rounder bodies that appear fuzzy. Pollen is the primary food source for bees, hence they are frequently seen near or on flowers. Insects rarely sting humans unless they sense danger. Social bees, including bumblebees and honeybees, often build their hives or nests in hollow or abandoned sites. Rodent tunnels, thick vegetation, wall cavities, sheds, and trees are common places to find these hives. The main element of the nest is constructed of honeypots or wax cells generated by the bees. To tell the difference between beehives and wasp nests, look for a waxy coating on the ground.
In any event, the best approach to identify and remove bees and their nest is by calling the experts at SIA Wildlife Control.
Bee Removal Services Offered By SIA Wildlife Control
It can be stressful to deal with a bee population on your property. Contacting SIA Wildlife Control is often the most convenient and safest approach to deal with either of these stinging pests. Depending on what you want us to do, we can either remove, treat, or relocate the nest on your property, depending on your preferences. After that, we’ll cover up any possible nesting locations or give ongoing preventative pest control treatments to ease your concerns and let you to resume using your outside areas.
Stinging insect problems can be remedied using environmentally friendly methods by our professionals. We also assist you through strategies to make your property less enticing to bees and wasps. When it comes to landscape modification, external home care, and a healthy grass, we employ a variety of techniques.
Here in SIA Wildlife Control, the bees are always removed live without the use of any pesticides. Eco-friendly methods of bee eradication are important to us since we believe in protecting our future. Our state-of-the-art vacuum removal procedure not only removes the bees without killing them, but we are careful to then contain the honey bees.
We not only remove all of the bees alive, but we also remove all of the honeycomb (beehive) as well. Because bees have such a keen sense of smell, it is imperative that all honeycombs be destroyed. Spraying an oil-based sealer over the contaminated area removes the pheromones left behind by the beehive.
For the most part, what you’re paying for is our experience and equipment, your safety, and the time you save by allowing our specialists in SIA Wildlife Control to do it for you instead.