Best Blue Diamond, NV, Bees control

Notice more bees than normal outside your home?

If you need bee removal service, we can help. The pest control specialists in our national network can take care of all your local bee needs. Work with operators near you who have:

  • Many years’ experience
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Bee infestations are clearly visible nuisances and potentially harmful to humans. However, we understand the crucial role bees play in all of our lives, and we recognize the importance of their preservation. Many people overreact upon discovery of an established bee colony or a bee swarm, and attempt to kill it with spray designed to target wasps instead. This should not be done under any circumstances.

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European honey bees are the most common type of bee that you will likely find. They are mostly docile and generally do not pose much of a threat if they are not in the interior of portion of a wall or finding their way into your home.

However, Africanized bees are becoming increasingly common and any beehive should be approached with extreme caution. It is impossible to tell the difference between an Africanized bee and a honey bee until it is too late, so please don’t make the mistake of removing a bee? hive yourself. Partially Africanized hives are also common to encounter and can also be extremely harmful to humans and pets if disturbed.

Call our bee control experts in your area today to schedule a free inspection of your home or business.

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Our network of pest control technicians specialize in all types of pest problems in the area surrounding your city, including Summerlin South, Nevada, Enterprise, Nevada, Spring Valley, Nevada, Paradise, Nevada, Goodsprings, Nevada, and more!

Bee swarms are a sign of a potential danger

In modest numbers, bees pose little danger. However, if you notice their numbers are rising outside your home, it’s time to tackle the problem before it gets out of hand and becomes dangerous for yourself and family.

Coping bee problems alone is unsafe, particularly so if their nest grows bigger than a baseball. Bees can become hostile when irritated, which poses a threat to anybody who seeks to wreck their habitat. You need a qualified pest controller with specialist local knowledge of bees to solve your problem as soon as possible. You can identify a bee problem if you notice

  • Wax-like, gray or brown materials on walls
  • Bees hovering around your roof or walls in groups of three or more
  • Increased number of bees hovering around flowers

Bee infestations are not always immediately obvious. What could seem like a temporary issue of a few more bees than normal might actually be the sign that a hive has already been built inside your home or office building. It is critical that you call one your local bee control experts to determine the size of the problem and the best way to deal with it.

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Different type of pest problem? Our network of pest control technicians specialize in all manner of pests in your city, including Ant control, Bed bug control, Bee control, Bird control, Cockroach control, Fumigation, Commercial pest control services, Mosquito control, Spider control, Rodent control, Termite control, and Wildlife control.

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Bee Facts

Safe Beehive removal and relocation

Once a beehive has been built, bees will stay with it. This means removing a bee infestation requires removal of the hive as a whole otherwise they will simply come back. Our bee control specialists have been specially and thoroughly trained in all bee removal procedures, and will be able to remove the beehive and transfer it to safer wildlife area. We will also ensure t your home will be both impregnable and undesirable to bees in the future.

Beehives located on the exterior of the property will be removed for relocation. Any beehives built in the interior of a structure, requires a more complex, multi-stage procedure. It will first be necessary to access the hive. This may require removing walls or soffits. The inspecting bee control expert will have gone over the necessary procedures when compiling your free quote.

Bee swarms in explained

Swarming is nature’s method by which bee colonies relocate and spread. The Queen bee receives Pheromone cues triggered by seasonal shifts that result in her taking around 60% of her workers to look for a new place to build a hive. Bees are less aggressive during this stage due to a lack of brood to defend. When a bee colony reaches a certain population, or experiences certain shift in climate, the bees’ instincts will cause them to form a swarm.

The queen abandons the colony, bringing a number of worker bees with her. Upon reaching a location of a sufficient distance, the worker bees that went with her will begin scouting the area for suitable locations in which to build a new colony. Once a location has been found and chosen, the swarm will begin constructing a new hive.

Things to consider when facing a bee problem

  • European honey bees are not usually aggressive and generally pose little threat of stinging, even less so when swarming.
  • Bees rely on pheromones to locate their hive. Bees will continue to return to the same location a hive used to be in, even after it is removed, unless special treatment is undertaken.
  • Relocating a bee hive is a responsible practice and enables the colony to continue. Hotfrog’s network of specialist local bee relocation experts are committed to protecting your property and the wider ecosystem.
  • Africanized honey bees have spread throughout Southern USA from Miami to California, displacing European honey bees. They are here to stay.

How to prevent bee issues

The bee-swarming season typically lasts from during the warmer months from mid-March to early July, although it is not unusual to witness bee hives throughout the year in more mild climates. During this time, bees collect pollen and store it for the winter.

During cooler months, the colony typically seeks a warm, safe location for their hive, which might include your property or in your home. For someone with bee allergies, this can prove to be a dangerous situation. For anyone else, it’s just plain disruptive and a nuisance.

Unfortunately, the smallest of holes in your home can act as an entry point for a bee. We understand that it is virtually impossible to stop up every tiny hole. However, for the most part, metal screening and caulk are enough to prevent bees from entering a home. Reducing outdoor clutter can minimize the attractiveness of your yard.

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