After my niece had a serious reaction to pest control, I realized that we were up against a few big problems. For starters, I knew that we needed to identify the types of pests that we were struggling with, and then we needed to find green products that would be safe for her to be around. It was a little bit of a challenge at first, but within a few weeks we found a company that offered the perfect line of products. I wanted to start a blog completely committed to pest control, so I started this site. Read more about keeping your family safe here.
Bees are not exactly pests, but more of a nuisance. They serve a purpose in this world, but that doesn't mean that you want them to be around you, as they can still sting and if you're allergic to them, they can be deadly to you. Bees create hives for their colony that houses the queen. These hives usually contain honey that they create. The hives can range in size from very small to extremely large. These hives should be removed along with the bees in order for them to survive. Read on for what to know about removing bees from your home.
Smoke The Hive
Use smoke to put the bees to sleep. The smoke will calm the bees down enough so you can remove them from the house. Without the smoke, the bees will be too active and will more than likely attack you thinking they are the ones under attack. Smoking the hive can be done with a bee smoker. This can be found online. Be sure to have plenty of smoke to smoke the hive, or you will end up stung, possibly multiple times, which can be deadly.
Remove The Hive In Sections
Once the bees have been smoked, they can be placed into bee boxes along with their hive. The hive should be cut into sections and then placed into the boxes with the bees. Try to remove as many of the bees as possible, continuing to smoke the bees as you move along. Remove as much of the hive as possible, leaving nothing behind so you don't have to worry about the bees returning to the hive that still remains.
Move The Bees To A New Location
The bees and their hive should be moved to a different location where they can thrive and grow their colony to continue to do the work that they do to help the environment. Move them to a forest, or wooded section, away from homes where their colony can thrive.
If you aren't sure how to remove bees from your home, you should hire a professional pest control company to remove these bees for you. Removing bees can be a difficult job to do, and it can be deadly if you aren't careful. Hire professionals to help you and have these bees relocated so they can continue to live, thrive, and do the work they are made to do.
Reach out to a bee removal service near you to learn more.Share
13 January 2023