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How To Identify A Bee Infestation

Appearance- Bees and wasps can be mistaken for one another, as both can sting. Wasps however are more aggressive, while bees will more commonly only sting when provoked. Knowing the difference between a bee and a wasp is important for treating a sting received, as well as taking care of the wasp or bee problem. Bees are usually black bodied or sometimes with brown or orange or yellow striations. Bees are also hairy, while wasps usually have a smooth and shiny skin. Another way to tell the difference is a bee will be fat bodied, while a wasp will have a narrow waist. If after reading this you've decided you don't have bees, learn more about our wasp control here.

Behavior - Bees are social and live in large colonies with a queen and drone workers. Bees seek out flowers for their nectar, the primary source of energy, which they turn into honey for food in the winter. Bees will swarm when virgin female bees leave the nest to form a new colony elsewhere, or bees will swarm when disturbed and in defense of the colony.

Why You Might Have Bees

Like us, bees want a safe and secure place to call home in close proximity to a good food source. Sometimes this can mean in the siding of your house or in or around a tree on your property.

Reasons To Treat Your Bee Problem Immediately

Bees can sting and will swarm when disturbed. Even one sting can be enough to send a person with an allergy into anaphylactic shock. While bees are beneficial to the environment in many ways, they can be inconvenient or even dangerous if they locate their hive close to your home or living area.

When using any method of bee control it is necessary to know effective application strategies as well as the limitations and dangers associated with each method. Special licenses might even be required to treat the infestation. The only way to really get rid of bees is to remove the hive completely. This task is best suited for a trained professional for safety and efficiency reasons. Give us a call today.

How to Get Rid of Bees


Bees are an important insect to have in your yard. These pollinators play an important role in our natural biodiversity. However, sometimes the bee situation can get a little out of hand. A queen bee can lay almost 2,000 eggs per day. That's an unbelievable number of bees if they all live to adulthood.

You don't want your home and yard to be full of bees. Many people are allergic to bee stings, so their presence on your property could be dangerous. Additionally, bees can cause major damage to your home or other structures. If bees are causing you problems, the advice below will help you solve the issue.

How to Spot a Bee Problem

There are many species of bees. Where the bees live depends on their species. For example, bumblebees make their nests underground. Honeybees, on the other hand, nest in tree cavities. It doesn't matter where their nests are, though. If you notice the following signs, you have a bee infestation.

  1. Lots of bees.
    Lots of bees, especially if they are in your home, are a sign of an infestation. Many types of bees, such as honeybees, do swarm from April to May. They swarm when looking for a new hive. During this period, if you leave them alone, the problem should resolve itself. However, if you notice swarms any other time of the year, it could be a sign of a major bee issue.
  2. Dark spots on ceilings or walls.
    Honeybees that nest in a house can cause damage to the ceilings or walls. You may begin to see dark patches, which are actually caused by honey.
  3. Spotting a beehive.
    If you see a beehive on your property, you likely have a bee issue. The issue is even direr if that hive is built in or on your home. In that case, it is important to have the bees removed immediately.

How to Get Rid of Bees

There are a lot of ways to get rid of a bee problem. You can buy traps. These are often geared towards carpenter bees. Other methods of bee removal include the following:

  1. Hive removal.

    Often people opt for hive removal. You will want to choose this option if the hive is in your home. Hives can cause a lot of structural damage if left to rot.

    Hive removal should be done by a professional. It involves subduing the hive and then removing the bees. Then the comb is completely removed. Hive removal can be done humanely. Make sure to talk with your exterminator about their process.

  2. Killing the hive.
    Some people put tarps over the hive and thus kill the bees. This is a dangerous method and is generally not recommended.

Caution: Never try to remove or kill a hive by yourself. Bees, especially in large numbers, are very dangerous. Bee removal should only be done by a certified and qualified professional. To find a good bee removal company in your area, use GoLocal Pest Control. We can connect you with excellent pest control companies in your area with the push of a button.

How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Pest Control Service?

When you're looking to hire a pest control service (aka exterminator), you can expect to pay anywhere from $110 to $290 per treatment.

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