Mar 24, 2014

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With Professional Bee Removal You Won’t Get Stung

You probably know that bees make honey, and pollinate the flowers, which are both great things. However, if you have a large swarm of bees in your yard, you know that bees can also create a nuisance for you, and your family. If you, or anyone in your family is allergic to bees that swarm becomes more than just a nuisance, it becomes a safety issue. As soon as you discover bees in your yard you will need to contact an exterminator. An exterminator will be able to take care of any bee problems that you may be facing. Cummings Termite and Pest Control will provide Bee Removal in Mesa.
While most bees prefer to be left alone, and will pose you no threat, the Africanized honey bee is a different story. The Africanized honey bee can become quite hostile when they feel threatened. In fact, rather than retreat, most Africanized honey bees will swarm and attack whatever they feel is threatening them. In most cases, they will continue to sting, until the threat has been contained. For this reason, it is important that you get professional help as soon as you see signs of aggressive bees in your yard. Cummings Termite and Pest Control has considerable experience with containing and eradicating Africanized honey bees, and they will take care of your Bee Removal in Mesa.
In order to effectively rid your yard of bees you will need to reduce the spaces that they can build their hives. It is particularly important that you inspect your trees, as well as the eaves of your home for any bee activity. If you are having difficulty locating the hive you will want to watch during the early morning, or as the sun is setting, as you will be able to notice the activity around the hive. Once the hive has been located your exterminator will work to destroy the hive while the queen bee is inside. This will ensure that the problem is contained for you. It is important that you inspect your home and yard each spring to ensure that the problem does not return.

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