Bee hive removal, when done right, can bring immediate relief to anyone dealing with a dangerous bee problem on their property. But when it's not handled properly, bee hive removal can turn a bad situation into a total disaster.
Before you make a big mistake that could cause you or someone else to be seriously injured, read the important steps below. Keep in mind that a single bee hive can contain up to 50,000 bees
! If you try to remove the hive without the proper tools, skills or experience, then you'll almost certainly be badly stung, perhaps hundreds of times in just seconds.
To make matters worse, if you or a loved one is allergic to a bee's sting, then the situation could be life-threatening.
Don't take the risk! If you have a bee hive on your property, here's what you need to do right now.
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Bee Hive Removal 3 Important Steps
1. Use caution and keep away
Before even beginning any form of bee hive removal, the first crucial step is to stay as far away from the hive as possible. This alone will greatly reduce the chance of your begin stung.
Bees are not predatory by nature. Typically, they cause no harm unless they see you as a threat to the hive. Unfortunately, simply getting too close to the hive can be enough to set off their defenses. One wrong step, even by accident (for example, a child playing too close to the hive) could cause the bees to swarm and sting.
Use caution, keep your distance from the bee hive and instruct others to do the same.
2. Call the professionals
The next and most important step of hive removal is to call the professionals. Only an experienced bee professional has the experience and proper equipment to effectively remove the bees without anyone getting hurt.
Professionals will use special equipment such as bee vacs and bee boxes to safely collect the bees, often transferring them to an apiary or beekeeper. In most cases, harsh insecticides and other chemicals are not at all necessary (this is also why it's critical that you call a bee professional and not a general exterminator).
3. Don't attempt it to remove the hive yourself
We get it you're frustrated. You have bees all over your property. You can't enjoy your patio, deck, pool or other favorite outdoor area. You can't even have company over, for fear that someone will be stung.
Regardless of these frustrations, you should NOT under any circumstances attempt to remove the hive yourself. That means no hosing the hive with water, no throwing objects at it, no trying to destroy it with a long pole. These attempts will only result in disaster.
Simply keep your distance from the hive (Related News
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The Bee Removal Specialists are a network of highly skilled, experienced bee professionals across the United States. All it takes is one quick phone call to have the bees and the hive removed often within just hours after speaking with us!
Call us immediately at (888) 480-3793 and we'll send out a bee professional right away.