Bee Control ServicesGLI Bot2018-01-15T15:55:34-05:00
Bee Control Services
Bee Problem? Let us help.
Our experienced pest removal technicians create a treatment remedy tailored to the needs of your home or business.
We find the root of your bee problem – not only where these pests are located on your property, but also how they are getting in.
Our service providers will also educate you on how to prevent bees from accessing areas of your property in the future.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Our skilled technicians will arrive at your home or business to complete a full inspection. They will find where bees are located on your property, and define a plan of action for removal.
Following the inspection, your technician will discuss our bee removal treatment options with you. Because honey bees are beneficial insects, if we find them on your property, there may be additional steps that need to be taken such as contacting a bee keeper to safely remove the insects first.
If treatment can be performed, your technician will begin service immediately. Following treatment, your technician will discuss preventative measures to avoid bee issue in the future.
Finally, your technician will perform a follow-up inspection at a predetermined interval to ensure your bee issue is controlled on an ongoing basis.
HOW DO I PREPARE FOR TREATMENT?
To assist your technician in being as efficient as possible, ensure that all areas where you have seen bees and beehives or nests, are free of clutter.
ARE THEY DANGEROUS?
Bees pose a threat due to their ability to sting when threatened. Female bees do have stingers, but rarely sting people unless they are directly handled or agitated. Male bees are more aggressive, but do not have a stinger. Bee stings will cause redness, pain and swelling near the area of the sting due to the venom that is released along with the stinger. If you are allergic to bee stings, more serious symptoms can occur such as nausea and vomiting, fainting and closing of the throat.
CAN I DO IT MYSELF?
Controlling bees can be a troubling task; there is the possibility of being stung and experiencing an allergic reaction. Also, it is important to note that consecutive generations come back to the same area to nest, and this can make completely getting rid of these pests even more difficult. Attempting to remove them without the help of an experienced pest control technician may lead to serious consequences. Trying to remove a hive can be a recipe for numerous bee stings and even if successful, it does not solve the problem of them returning to your property. Also, be sure to exercise caution when purchasing pesticides and other products over the counter as they are not always effective in removing bees from your property. These DIY pesticides can actually be MORE harmful to people and pets than they are to the pest if misused or mixed improperly.