Safely removing a beehive is a task best left to professionals.
Here are some of our tips for safe and effective bee and hive removal.
- Identify Bee Type. There are thousands of bee species that have been discovered so far, but the most common types tend to be honeybees, bumble bees, and carpenter bees. Since bees are pollinators, they typically have fuzzy bodies, but there are slight distinctions in body shape, size and coloring. Understanding the type of bee you’re dealing with may require help from a professional.
- Call a Bee Control Professional for an Inspection. If you have an active beehive on or near your home, you should call a bee control service to help you safely and effectively remove it. Some types of bees will build hives inside walls or in other areas where it’s difficult to see or access the hive. A professional skilled in bee removal can help find the hive and remove the bees for your safety.
- Choose a Bee Control Treatment Option. A professional can advise you on the best options for removing bees from your home or yard.
- Practice Bee Prevention. After a professional safely removes the hive and bees from your home, you can take preventative measures, such as burning citronella candles to deter bees. Stay mindful of where the removed hive was and watch for any signs that bees are returning to that area.
Call us at Canady’s Termite & Pest Control to discuss our bee control services today!