Bees are small flying insects, characterized by their fuzzy black and yellow markings. There are roughly 20,000 species of bee in the world with over 300 of them living right here in Florida. Most of them generally work to pollinate plants or make honey in their hive. In fact, bees pollinate so much that they are responsible for the continued existence of over a third of our diet. Because of this, and their recent decline in population placing them on the endangered species list, it’s important for you to allow professionals to handle any bee removal you might need.
Handling bees properly is critical to maintaining their existence. Recently, bees were added to the endangered species list due to their decreasing population and value to our ecosystem. Rather than trying to exterminate the hive on your home or business, call a bee removal professional to remove the hive and save the bees inside, while ensuring your family remains safe and sting-free.
In addition to worrying about the bees’ safety, you have to think about yours as well. Although they’re typically calm, bees can become aggressive when they feel threatened or in danger. They can lash out by forcing their stinger into your skin and releasing venom. While a sting from one bee is painful and annoying, it doesn’t truly become something to worry about until there are multiple bees or if the victim is allergic. Stings are the most predominant risk when trying to deal with a whole hive or swarm in your house.
Use a Professional
Choosing to call a pest control specialist can ensure that you’ll get the job done and keep your family safe. At Critter Control®, we are knowledgeable and experienced in the most efficient techniques for bee removal. We can guarantee to rid you of your problem and train you on how to avoid hives from forming in or near your home in the future. Give us a call today for your fast, free estimate at 954-504-6467.