Bees are among the most important insects in our ecosystem. There are over 2,500 species of bees native to Arizona. . Although some bee species offer honey and help in ecological processes like pollination, having them on your premises can be dangerous to you and the animals in your home. Bee stings can be painful to both humans and animals; they can even be life threatening to people with a bee allergy. When you notice you have a bee swarm in or around your home, the safest thing to do is to initiate a bee removal process.
Bee removal, however, can be a dangerous job to anyone who is not a pest management professional. This is because you are likely to get it all wrong if you do not have the proper skills and equipment. If you do not have the skills and knowledge of insect removal but want bees removed from your home, get in touch with us, and we will come to your rescue. Our professionals know how to deal with all bee species and ensure that your family and animals are not victims of bee stings.
Bee removal will help you get rid of a bee problem at your home before they attack anyone or any pets.. If there is a bee swarm in or near your home, it is crucial that you remove them as quickly as possible.
Most homeowners initiate bee removal from their properties because:
Here are some of the tricks that you could apply when you want to get rid of these insects from your home:
The use of smoke to get rid of bees might not be the best way of dealing with insects, but it can be effective. Smoke acts as a repellent, implying that you can use this trick to keep the insects away. Many beekeepers often use smoke during honey harvesting because honey bees are sensitive to smoke. When using smoke to remove them, it is imperative that you avoid burning them or starting a fire in your home. Use deadwood or cardboard to create smoke below or adjacent to them. The smoke will irritate and prompt them to move away. Note, however, that if done incorrectly, it may cause bees to become aggressive. As such, you should be careful.
2. Garlic spray
Another trick that you can use to deal with a bee problem is using garlic spray. Many bee species are known for their strong sense of smell, and garlic spray comes in handy when trying to remove them. To remove these insects using garlic, you will need to crush a few cloves and mix them with water. You can then spray the mixture around your home or near the swarm. This will irritate them, and they may leave without having to use insecticides.
3. Use vinegar
Vinegar has many uses and getting rid of bees is one of them. You can use it to repel the insects when you do not want to use chemical insecticides. If you have a minor problem, a spray bottle filled with vinegar may come in handy. You will need to add some water to the vinegar, create a solution, and spread it around the insects to repel them.
4. Call a beekeeper.
If you have a bee infestation and are unsure how to remove them, you may want to call a beekeeper. Beekeepers know the different types of bee species and will know what type of bee you are dealing with. Beekeepers can also attract the insects into beehives and transport them to their farms for honey. This method is easy and convenient because it allows someone else to benefit from your unwanted bees. .
5. Citronella candles
When you experience bees in your home, it can be challenging to eliminate them without harming the insects, or the insects harming you. Using smoke, for instance, might be inappropriate since your valuables might smell like smoke, and it can be a fire hazard. Citronella plant is a natural insect repellent, and some candles contain the plant's extracts that can help you deal with insects/bees indoors. You will need to buy this specific candle and light it. The insects will smell the strong scent and may leave your home. It is essential, however, to note that the citronella candle method can only be used to remove a minor bee problem.
6. Use appropriate insecticides
Another effective but not environmentally friendly way of dealing with bees is applying appropriate insecticides. Numerous insecticide brands can help you get rid of most bee species. These insecticides can be in the form of a dust powder or liquid that you will spray, and the bees will die or go away. Some insecticides are organic and do not cause harm to the environment, while the majority are inorganic and could harm the insects and the environment.
Have you been experiencing unwanted stinging insects and want professional help to remove them? If yes, contact us immediately and we will come to your rescue. We are a professional service provider that specializes in pest removal. We provide both residential and commercial pest removal, and you can trust us with all your bee exterminating needs. Contact our customer care today to inquire about our services or book an appointment with our professionals.