Bees on Your Property? Have Them Relocated to a Local Beekeeper

by | Apr 25, 2013 | Pest Control


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With spring and summer right around the corner, you’re going to notice more and more insects making themselves at home in or around your home. They just move in and expect to stay there.

Bees are known to do that. Maybe you’ve already seen a hive in a nearby tree. Since the bees are just getting over a mite problem and they’re making a comeback, you probably don’t want them killed. They are so useful to the environment and pollinate three fourths of the world’s flowering plants. The technicians bee removal Oceanside companies use are highly trained. They have the right tools along with a bee vacuum. The vacuum gently gathers the bees and then they’re safely taken to a beekeeper in the area. Many people just want them exterminated, which can be done. Remember, if you try to get rid of them on your own, you may get stung or suffer breathing problems and allergies from the spray you use.

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To be on the safe side, call the bee removal Oceanside residents call when bees infest their properties. You can also ask the company you choose to work with if they can remove the bee’s honeycomb before it sends out a message to new bees to come on your property. If the honeycomb was inside a wall or the siding of your home, it will require a trained technician who knows how to cut through wood, roofing or flooring to get to it. Pheromones are an enticing fragrance that must be treated so other bees don’t respond to and seek out that fragrance. The technician will repair the area he cut and treated, and then, seal it to look good as new.

If you know you’re prone to getting bees, and you’ve just paid to have them relocated, it’s best to ask the pest removal company you are working with to bee-proof your home. Since bees can crawl in a space that is just an eighth of an inch, you know they could even get inside your home. Let the technicians who removed the honeycomb and the pheromone fragrance, seal any areas they find where bees could get in. This will cause the bees to look elsewhere to build their hives and not your home. Your home is now bee-proofed.