Humans aren’t the only ones that enjoy warm Florida weather. The bees are here, too. Florida has several types of native bees—about 315 species! While bees provide benefits, such as making honey, they also can be considered a pest and even a danger if you are allergic to bee stings. Critter Control serving Ft. Lauderdale is here to help you whenever you run into an infestation. Our insect and animal experts know how to humanely and effectively get rid of any pest problem you have.
What Does a Bee Look Like?
Although there are many species of bees, the most common appearance is a small insect body with several legs, translucent wings, and a striped hairy-looking body. Some bees are black and yellow and some are tan in color.
How to Spot a Bee Problem
Have you noticed an increasing number of bees flying around the exterior of your home? Are you and your children getting stung? Did you find a beehive on your property; perhaps underneath a deck or near the corner of your garage door? Congratulations, you spotted a bee problem.
Only some bee species will cause harm by swarming; however, it is advantageous to hire a professional to remove the hive from the property. This is the only way to completely get rid of the bees.
Taking Care of the Issue
As mentioned before, the only way you can get rid of the bees on your property is to remove the hive. You should know that you run a risk of getting injured if you attempt to remove an active hive (one that has bees traveling to and from it on a daily basis) on your own.
When bees feel threatened, they sting. Critter Control experts have the right tools and equipment to remove a hive without causing harm to the property, the insects, or their home. We know how to transplant the bees to a new location if necessary.
Contact us today for a bee removal consultation. Meet with a knowledgeable professional in the Ft Lauderdale area who can help you with your bee problem.