Bees are an integral part of nature and the source of life for many living creatures, but unfortunately they become a pest when they decide to infest vents, chimneys and any other crack or crevices around our homes.
A bee's sting is not only painful, but it can also be deadly for some people. Even if you have been stung before with no real side effects other than a little pain and swelling, you can develop an allergic reaction later in life. With this being the case you should not attempt to remove a bee hive on your own. Call in the professionals...
How to control bees?
When removing bees an insecticidal dust is dusted into where the bees have established themselves which will eliminate the hive.
It’s important that after the bee hive has been eliminated, the entry point where the bees have gained access is blocked off. This needs to be done as soon as possible as other bees will smell the honey and try to set up home in the same spot. This may involve fitting vent screens, sealing off chimneys or re-mortaring holes in masonry walls.
Terminix highly trained staff provide the materials and know-how to get this done efficiently and effectively to your satisfaction