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It’s not easy to identify when you have a bee issue and can be even more difficult to figure out how serious the problem is. If you have spotted bees nesting near or inside of your home, nesting on the ground, or nesting inside of the walls, you likely have a bee problem. These flying insects can be temperamental and difficult to get rid of on your own, which is why the extermination experts at Ehrlich Pest Control, formerly Connor’s are proud to provide bee, wasp, and hornet control services.
Is DIY bee control safe?
During the cooler months, nests are more likely to be empty or abandoned, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re safe to approach. However, as temperatures increase in the warmer months, these insects are at their largest numbers. During this time, it is especially recommended to have these nests approached and cared for by a seasoned extermination professional. While there is a lot of information on getting rid of bees yourself, it’s always safer for you and your family to enlist the help of an expert.
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When should I have bees handles professionally?
While certain types of bees play a beneficial role in controlling other pests, their unpleasant sting can cause them to be a dangerous nuisance, and can even be deadly to those who are allergic. This danger increases when bees start to nest near or inside of the home. If you happen to notice one of these nests in or around your home or business, it is best to resist attempting to remove it yourself. Many widely available store-bought insecticides are ineffective and could endanger whoever is using them.
Expert bee removal services
There are many circumstances and safety reasons why nest removal should be done by a licensed pest control professional. A licensed pest control company like Ehrlich Pest Control, formerly Connor’s can ensure that the infestation is safely destroyed, as well as take preventative measures to prevent more bees from re-entering or re-colonizing the space. If you’re concerned about bees or other stinging insects around your house, give us a call!Back to Bees, Wasps & Hornets Exterminators, Control & Removal
Identifying When You Have a Bee Issue in Virginia
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