Bees, Wasps, And Hornets
Understanding Bees & Wasps
Bee and wasp colonies reach their largest size in the late summer and fall. You will notice a higher quantity of bees, especially around food; however, this is not cause for alarm. This is a typical, seasonal process. If they do not pose an immediate threat, wait until winter, and the colonies will die off.
If you are experiencing unusually high populations of bees and wasps, however, you may have a hive near your home. Call a professional exterminator if you are concerned about being stung. They will identify the hive location and solve the problem.
Have you noticed bees constantly entering your home? If so, it is likely they are living inside your house. There may be a hive in your attic or inside the walls. Hiring a professional exterminator is the best solution for having intrusive hives removed.
If a hive is near high-traffic areas in or around your home, it is much more likely someone will get stung. Even if you are not trying to threaten the bees, they will likely react negatively to your presence; thus, calling an exterminator is a best solution.
In cases where you or a family member is highly allergic, do not hesitate to call. Hire an expert to remove the bees before anyone gets hurt.
Structural Pest Bee, Wasp, and Hornet Program
David will perform a thorough inspection on both the interior and exterior of your home, finding all the infested areas and identifying which pests you are dealing with. Once identified, David will employ a pest control program that is designed to target the specific pests in your home.