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Bee Removal Questions

Bee Removal Experts on How to Get Rid of Bees (Bee Removal - How to?)
The question "How to get rid of bees?" has many answers depending on your situation. As Bee Removal Experts, we assure you that ourbee removal methods are effective and environmentally safe in removing bees. Removing bees by yourself can be done. But like many things, a Bee Removal Expert can provide you the comfort of knowing the job is done right the first time.
I see many bees flying in my backyard. Should I be worried?
This can indicate any number of things from a swarm of scouts looking for a new place to build a hive, or a swarm that just moved in. You probably won't be able to tell the difference, so give us a call at 602-748-9378 for a no-obligation visit by one of our Bee Removal Experts.This way we can best advise you. The site visit and estimate will be free of charge.
How much damage can bees do?
When considering how to get rid of bees, keep in mind that bees can create many problems for us humans, bees can create honey in structures that can seep through walls, ceilings, stucco, etc. This can in turn cause rotting, mold, awful smells, and attract other insects and creatures that can end up being much more expensive then if you had the
bees removed in the first place
Can I prevent bees from coming to my house?
You really can not prevent bees from creating a hive on your property. Bees can find the smallest of voids to create a hive and those hives can end up growing to expand into other areas of your property. This is why, as soon as you feel as though you have a bee problem, you should call the Beeman so that we can send one of our Bee Removal Experts out to your property to analyze the problem. Our specialists have over 15 years combined experience in the best ways to get rid of bees.
Can the bees come back?
If the bee removal process is done properly then they bees should not return. If they do it is only by coincidence, because they can always come back to another area in your home or property. We carry the strongest guarantees in the industry in case they do come back to the same spot
Can I just kill the bees and seal the hole up?
This process is highly not recommended. If you end up doing this you can aggravate the bees to the point where you will get attacked. Additionally, trapping the bees within a structure can still cause damage because of the honey that was leftover. Furthermore, there is still the possibility that the bees will find another way out. Not only will this process cause damage to your structure but it can also cause harm to those around the given structure.
Will your procedures harm any pets, livestock or plants?
No, not at all, we do not use chemicals in removing the bees.
How can I tell the difference between Africanized bees and normal bees?
It is really difficult unless you are an expert in the field to be able to tell the difference between an Africanized bee and a normal bee. There are actually many companies within the industry that cannot tell the difference. A few helpful hints to identify an Africanized bee are that they are some what smaller in size and much more aggressive than normal bees.
I see dead bees inside my house?
What the dead bees indicate is that you have a hive within the structure and the hive size has grown to a point where the entry/exit area for the bees to go in and out has become congested. This means that some of the bees ended up getting lost and look for a light as an exit point which leads them to end up in your home. While in your home the bees died due to lack of food (pollen)
I see a small number of bees on my roof or chimney area?
This indicates signs that the bees have established a hive near the area you are seeing this activity.
How fast can they create a hive?
Bees can start producing the cone from the very first day. Bees will then produce honey within 72 hours.