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While a swarm of bees may only stop off temporarily on your property before moving on to another location, once the bees have colonized and established a hive, they are most often there to stay. You should not wait to find out if bees are colonizing or just swarming through your property, because once a hive is established, it can quickly grow and turn into a big problem, almost overnight.
What To Do When You First See Bees
Never try to remove the bees yourself.
When it comes to Bee Control call a professional.
Let’s say you only see about 20 or 30 bees flying around a hive entrance. This may not seem like a BIG problem, but what you can’t see is the rest of the colony, or the honeycomb inside. The average amount of bees you see around a hive entrance are about 10% – 15% of what’s living inside the colony. The average amount of bees living inside the hive can be around 20,000 – 90,000 bees.
Those thousands of honey bees are taking care of about 20lbs to 100lbs of honeycomb. Not only are they taking care of it, but they’re constantly building more. If you or an amateur beekeeper try to remove it, those thousands of bees are going to protect that hive, and it can easily turn into a much larger problem.
Wasp Swarm & Nest Removal Services
Types Of Wasps
Wasp Nest Removal
As soon as you are aware of a wasp nest, there is no time to waste. Whether they are around your rain gutters, in your tool shed or in a nearby tree, wasps can become extremely aggressive when tampered with, so call us for a free estimate and fast, professional service.
Wasp Swarm Removal
The first warm days of Spring means that hibernating wasps are looking for a new place to call home, resulting in swarms that are nothing shy of terrifying. If a well established nest is tampered with, wasps will swarm the person or animal who is responsible.