Although honey bees offer a necessary benefit to our ecosystem, not to mention their honey is delicious, it doesn’t mean you want them in or around your house. They are a risk to the health and safety of children/adults/pets and can do a considerable amount of damage to your house and property. If you notice bees swarming around your house or around your children’s play areas, chances are they’ve taken up your residence as a nesting ground. When dealing with bees, it’s always best to act quickly. Georgia law requires that a licensed and insured professional handles bee removals under penalty of a $10,000 fine.
For your own safety, you should not attempt to remove bee hives on your own. Fifty to sixty percent of stinging attacks and deaths happen because of people trying to DIY (do it yourself) bee removal. Novice bee removal attempts involve blocking the entrance to the bee hive. This only creates a bigger problem and will aggravate the colony. An aggravated colony can become very aggressive. Using bee repellent or bee killer will also exasperate the problem. The bee removal experts at Blossom Bees will provide safe and effective removal of bees, bee hives, and removal of any swarms. When you call us to remove an invading bee hive, we will remove the nest, the beeswax and the honey, and will also make sure the area is clean of honey residue so bees aren’t attracted to return.
Once you have contacted us, we’ll schedule a consultant to visit your property in order to make an assessment of your problem area and provide you with a recommended treatment solution. Our methods for removal will depend upon your specific needs and the scale of your problem. We GUARANTEE we will get all of the bees and that other colonies will not return to inhabit the same location.
Not only are bee hives dangerous to children and pets, they can be destructive to houses, fences, and wood structures on your property. It’s common for bees to take up residence in an unvented chimney or within non-insulated cavities such as walls, eaves, floors or ceilings of a house. Bees can damage houses and property by both their nesting habits and their honey production. When creating nests, they burrow into wood, which can immediately pose a problem to the structure of a house. More slowly, bees can cause damage by producing honey within the walls of a house. One beehive can produce up to 80 pounds of honey! By hiring Blossom Bees to remove the live bees from your home, you are preventing further reinfestation of bees and you are getting the area cleaned. If an exterminator comes and simply sprayed the bees, this is ineffective. Without opening up the cavity, you will never get all of the bees, plus you will end up with many dead rotting bees, brood, and eggs rotting behind the wall. Even worse is the left behind fermenting honey which will slowly seep through your walls and ceilings. The foul odor plus the additional pests that will be drawn to this area, such as mice, roaches, and ants will create an even bigger problem.
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