Bee and Wasp Nest Removal, Here’s What You Should Know

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Aside from the honey bee, most bee infestations can be a cause for concern. The same goes for having a wasp colony lurking around your commercial or residential building. If you allow them to thrive, you could be getting treated or sorting out the amount of repair to carry out on the property soon. Bees and wasps can not only be dangerous but can become problematic too. If anyone gets stung or bitten, you can immediately have a critical case on your hands. These insects build their territory in an aggressive manner causing an infestation on your property. They take over your commercial property by building nests and hives. Getting rid of these nests can be a dangerous and difficult task. If you have one lurking around, you will need a professional who is experienced in bee and wasp nest removal to help you pull them down. Lucky for you, at Shoreline Environmental Pest Solutions we have an expert team that can handle your bee and wasp nest removal in a safe manner.


Identifying if you have a bee or wasp infestation

Let’s start at the beginning: seeing a stray bee or wasp on your property is not an immediate cause for alarm, but you do need to keep an eye on them because these insects never range far from their nests, and that would mean you have an infestation. Once you begin to see them regularly, you can be sure that you have an infestation on your hands. Sometimes, you may just hear distant buzzing on your property or even inside your walls, that is a sure way to know that a problem is lurking: there is certainly a nest nearby. Once the presence of bees or wasps starts to increase on your property, it’s crucial that you find their nest. 

You should handle the situation before it gets out of hand and a swarm of insects begins to disrupt your day-to-day activities. After you have located the nest or have started to see a constant presence of these insects it’s time to get to work. In order to safely remove them you need to hire a professional who is experienced in beehive or wasp nest removal because trust us you do not want to get stung or bitten. Some species can also chip away at the wood on your property leading to significant structural damage and loss of resources, so containing the situation is a must.

Bee and wasp nest removal services

Bee and wasp nest removal starts with recognizing that there has been an infestation, and the next step is to understand the different types of infestations that you could encounter. Knowing what kind of infestation you are dealing with will make the removal process easier and safer, and by that, we mean knowing the specific type of bees or wasps we are dealing with and the extent of the problem. Once we identify the problem, our team of trained professionals at Shoreline Environmental Pest Solutions will safely remove the bee or wasp nest to ensure no one on your property gets hurt.

How to remove bee and wasp nests

Our professionals at Shoreline Environmental Pest Solutions will begin the bee or wasp nest removal process by identifying what type of nest it is. After we have done this, we will deal with the hive by injecting treated dust into it. This will destroy the colony as the nest becomes inhabitable for the wasps and bees, while at the same time getting rid of them in the process. Treating the nest prevents a recurrence and is a long-lasting solution to bee and wasp infestations. If the nest is removed without first clearing every bee or wasp in it, the bees and wasps are likely to return. If any of them do come back, we will take care of them before the actual nest removal. We will ensure that no wasps and bees are present in the nest before we remove it. This can take a waiting period of a week for wasps and 24 hours for bees.

Hire professional bee and wasp nest removers

The goal with bee and wasp nest removal is to ensure that they do not create a new colony on your property, and the only way to do this is to remove every single one. This can be tricky and dangerous. The removal can put you at risk of being stung and of having to handle a larger and stronger bee or wasp population lantern which is exactly why this is a process better left to the experts. Our team has the necessary equipment and knowledge to take care of this situation the right way while making sure the safety of our team and of everyone on the property is our top priority. We know firsthand this is the only way to put an end to the problem. 

 

If you’ve begun seeing the signs of an infestation, you should contact us immediately to help you handle the situation. You can call us at 561-842-4700 if you have any questions or send us an email at [email protected]

We are trained professionals in bee and wasp nest removal who have all the equipment to get it done and the expertise to keep you and everyone around you safe. 

 

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