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Bee Infestation

Bee Removal & Control

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One of the most difficult pests to take care of is bees, and with over 200 different species of bees around the country, there is every chance your home or business could become home to bees during the summer period. The call for bee nest removal is therefore a common cry from people who have discovered these uninvited visitors creating nests in their homes.

When the weather turns warmer, bees will be out in force looking for nectar in a variety of locations. During periods when this is mostly prevalent, you will find that beehives are the centre-point in which they can rest and then head out on their next journey. Getting to the core of the problem often means bee hive removal is needed to considerably reduce the number of pests.

How to remove a bee's nest

The heart of any bee nest removal is the need to remove the Queen. Once they have started building a nest, they will then lay eggs and start growing the number of bees present. This is done through a process where pollen and wax is continually added, sealing these eggs in place, before the grubs emerge and develop a brand new army of worker bees. Once the new bees have dried their wings, they will then work on supporting the colony and their queen. Over time, the amount of nectar collected increases and the workload is subsequently delegated to new bees as and when they are developed. Unless you have looked into bee removal, this process will remain in place until the next summer, where a new bee will be destined to be queen and lead the charge.

For bees, the first port of call is contacting a local beekeeper to relocate the bees. Without necessary action, a huge knock-on effect could be on the cards where multiple hives are scattered around and increases the number of bees during the summer. Although honey bees generally die out quickly and naturally, things like bumble bees are going to be around right until the autumn unless you have taken the necessary measures. Any newly mated queens will survive and wait around until next year, so get hold of a bee exterminator the very moment you are aware that may be present around your building. If you get rid of bees at the earliest opportunity, then the problems that come from bee control can be pulled down to manageable levels right away.

Pest control treatment for BEES - Call 0203 600 0351

As with most of our pest control treatments, we usually do two visits as a follow up visit allows us to make sure any actions we take are successful. Our fully trained pest control technician starts by talking to you about the problems you are having before assessing the situation.  Please be aware that the pest controller will often need to inspect other areas and not just the visible source.

The first port of call would be to your local beekeeper for Bees. 

As with all our treatments, the pest control technician will leave a report with you with details of any treatments and recommendations.  If a follow up visit is likely to be needed, our technician will arrange a suitable date and time with you. Generally this will be about a week or two later and sometimes a second treatment is required.
We are a leading pest control company working in and around the Hertfordshire area, using the latest techniques to ensure your pest problems are completely eradicated.
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