Bee Removal

Bee Removal

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Bees are an important part of the ecosystem that have garnered much attention in the media. While protecting them is important, this does not mean you should share your living space with them. Some species can damage your home or become hostile. The good news is that they are generally less destructive than rats or termites. The bad news is that they are sometimes difficult to remove.

Before choosing a method of removing a colony of bees, it is important to identify the species of stinging insect, and whether it is a bee, wasp, or hornet. This knowledge will give you a better estimate of damages or the threat of stings. Some species also require specialized treatment.

  • Bumble Bee: Aggressive only when threatened, the bumble bee prefers to nest in loose, fluffy materials and occasionally underground.
  • Carpenter Bee: These oval-shaped bees burrow into surface leaving perfect three-eights inch holes. They are solitary, and rarely damage structural beams. However, individual nests can multiply, eventually destroying the surrounding surface wood.
  • Honey Bee: While honey bees are not aggressive and highly beneficial, their nests are heavy and produce thousands of workers. They are the only species where relocation from your home is the preferred method.

Wasps resemble bees, but are more aggressive. Common species include:

  • Ground Bee: This smaller species of yellow jacket builds nests between two inches and two feet underground, usually in abandoned burrows. They are easily agitated and fairly aggressive.
  • Hornet: This aggressive species builds external paper nests that are shaped like an inverted teardrop.
  • Yellow Jacket: These black and yellow-striped insects build nests similar to hornets. However, they also build nests in walls and can slowly chew through drywall or surface wood for materials.
  • Wasp: Long and thin, a wasp’s legs hang when in flight. They frequently colonize attics and cars, and have a painful sting.

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