Honey Bee Hive Or Nest Removal
Removing bees should always be done with caution. Proper removal requires specialized gear and tools. Without them, serious damage to the house and the individual removing the bees is possible. Although bees can be killed with insecticides, there are several reasons to consider professional removal.
A beehive without bees tending to it will begin to ferment. Eventually, the honey will leak from the hive leaving sticky pools of honey on walls and floors. In hot weather, this process will progress more rapidly.
If the bees have nestled their hive into the building’s walls or ceiling, the drywall can fill with moisture and become weak. The honey becomes increasingly difficult to remove and embedded into the walls as it spreads.
Failure to remove all honey and decaying bees will attract other unwanted critters such as moths, cockroaches, and rats.
A professional is trained to not only remove the bees but to prevent the area from being reinfested. After a site is cleared of the infestation, it will be attractive to new bees and other animals. It is important that all honey and dead bees are entirely removed. Sealing any open patches will keep the area clean and closed off to unwanted pests. Pest Management, Inc. can recommend resources if additional cleaning services or contractors are required.