How is bee removal done?
This question has many answers. As bee removal experts we can assure you that our methods of bee removal are effective and safe. Removing bees yourself is possible but can be dangerous, so it is a better idea if you leave it to professionals.
I see a swarm of bees in my back yard. Should I be worried?
A swarm of bees can mean different things. It may be an indication of scouts or a swarm that just moved in and is looking for a place to build. Chances are you won’t be able to tell the difference. Call us at (877) 760-2280 for a free visit and a bee removal estimate. We will send out one of our professionals the same day.
Can bees cause extensive damage to my property?
Yes. Although bees are an important part of the ecosystem, they can create many problems for humans. Bees can create honey in structures that can seep through walls, ceilings, stucco, etc. This can cause mold, rotting, smells, and attract other insects and rodents. This can become a bigger problem in the future and will cost more to fix. It is better to take care of the problem before it becomes a bigger issue. Our experts can handle any job, any size, regardless of whether the problem is hidden or not.
Can I prevent bees from entering my home or business?
You really can’t prevent bees from creating a hive on your property. Bees need only the smallest opening to enter your structure, and those hives can expand to the entire space between the walls. That’s why as soon as you suspect that you have a problem you should call us for same day service, which includes the visit and a free estimate. You can call us at(877) 760-2280 and we will send an expert out right away.
Will the bees go away?
It depends on how long they have been there, and when you noticed them. If the bees have not yet created a hive the chances of them leaving with some encouragement from our experts is good. That will also lower your cost tremendously.
Will the bees come back?
If the job is done properly and in a timely manner, they should not return. If they do come back it is a coincidence because they can just as easily build a new hive somewhere else on your property.
How fast can they create a hive?
Within 72 hours from entering your structure.
Bee & Wasp Facts
- The size of a bee’s brain is that of a sesame seed, which is about 20,000 times small than a human brain.
- Honey bees have to consume about 8 pounds of honey to produce one pound of beeswax.
- Bees will travel up to 3 miles from their hive in search of food.
- Honey bees are responsible for pollinating approximately 80% of all fruit, vegetables and seed crops in the United States.
- The only bees that die after they sting are honey bees. Wasps, on the other hand, are able to sting repeatedly.
- Bees can count to four.
- Bees communicate with each other by dancing and by using pheromones.
- Female yellow jacket workers develop from the fertilized egg and male drones develop from the unfertilized egg.
- Bees are part of the third largest insect order which also includes wasps and ants.
- Honey bees fly at 15 miles per hour.
- Bee stings actually cause several deaths in the United States each year.
- There are three kinds of bees in the hive: the queen, workers, and drones.
- The honey bee queen may lay up to 1,500 eggs each day during her lifetime.
- Bees can recognize individual faces.
- Honey bees never sleep.