Even though bees can be beneficial to the environment through the spreading of pollen, they can be a nuisance to you and your family. Not only can they be a nuisance, but bee stings can also be dangerous, especially to someone who has an allergic reaction to bee stings.
If you are in need of bee removal in CT, then it is time to give us a call!
So, what does it take to safely remove bees in CT? Check it out below.
It is important to be able to identify bees properly, as they are often mistaken with wasps and each require their own unique treatment methods.
- Bees are usually hairy while wasps appear to have smooth bodies
- Bees have thicker bodies while wasps have a skinny section of their bodies
- Wasps hibernate during the winter but bees bees are still active, living off of food reserves and heat created by the worker bees
- Bees can only sting once and die after they sting. Wasps can sting multiple times and they do not die after stinging
- Bee colonies can be much larger than wasp colonies, with bee colonies becoming upwards of 75,000 bees and wasp colonies maxing out around 10,000 individuals
Honey bees make their nests from wax, secreted from their abdominal glands. When intruders (often humans) are near their nests, they defensively guard the entrance to the nest. When a bee stings something, they release pheromones that can cause other bees to attack as well.
Connecticut Bee Removal
Our pest control professionals have years of experience in finding and removing beehives in the safest and most effective way possible, keeping you and your family safe in the process.
If you have a beehive at your home, they should not be touched without the right equipment and safety measures. We use methods that are going to be friendly to other bees in the area, protecting the local ecosystem. Make sure that when you call a CT bee exterminator, you verify that they are using the safest methods possible.
We offer full pest control services, so not only will we take down all of the existing nests around your home or business, but we will help to prevent future nests from showing up.
Give us a call today!