Bees, Wasps, & Hornets
Garland Honey Bee Removal
Honey bees generally do not infest homes as much as other flying pests. However, when they do, they can do quite a bit of damage. Honey bees can chew through walls to get inside where they then begin storing large amounts of honey, which invites other bees and wasps. Their waste will also attract moths and beetles.
If a bee colony is found within a building wall it must be removed. Call us for your honey bee removal.
Africanized Honey Bee Extermination
They will often find their way into a home through small holes in the exterior walls of the home. Once they are inside, like the standard honey bee they will create a nest. You may also find their nests hanging in various places on your property. Although generally found in the Southern parts of the United States, they are believed to be making their way North, so be on the lookout and call our Garland bee removal experts if you need help protecting your home against these invaders.
Because these are more aggressive than standard bees, they are often feared more. When a bee stings it will release an alarm pheromone that signals for others to come attack. With them, you are sometimes talking about the entire hive. This can be dangerous for anyone, not just with bee allergies.
Ground Nesting Bee, Wasp, and Hornet and Removal
Generally people only think to look up when looking out for stinging insects. Unfortunately, that will not protect them from those insects that have ground nests such as wasps, hornets or yellow jackets. These insects will burrow into the ground with multiple openings or entry points. These burrows are often found along the edge of a bank or along a line of trees.
Some types of ground bees, wasps, and yellow jackets are very dangerous to treat. Because of this it is very important that you keep all children and pets away and do not try to remove them yourself. Protect your family by calling usl to exterminate any ground nesting bees, wasps, hornets or yellow jackets.
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For more information on stinging insects download this fact sheet from the CDC on protecting yourself from stinging insects.