Bee Removal | Chicago's Only Bee Removal Experts (773) 309-4638When you first notice bees in or about your residential or business property, your first instinct should be to see that you and others are safe. Do not approach or interfere in any way with a swarm or colony of bees or wasps. There are always more of them than it seems, and if they feel threatened they will attack - in an organized way. Every year people and animals are killed by bee and wasp attacks, even if you are not allergic to the venom, being stung by thousands can be life threatening.
A bee problem may present itself in several different ways. A few bees or wasps flying about your property, foraging in plant life or at a water source should be no cause for alarm. These guys provide important work that ensures their way of life, and ours as well. Did you know half of our fresh food comes from crops pollinated by bees? There are ways to make your outdoor space a little less desirable for bees if there is someone with allergies residing there, call us for more information and tips. You do NOT need the services of a beekeeper or professional in bee removal under this situation.
A swarm of bees is a rare sight. When our clients call to report a swarm of bees however, most are alarmed by the size and noise. That many bees all huddled together, attached to an outside surface is certainly awe inspiring. Look carefully, and from a safe distance. A swarm is unlikely to attack, but will if it feels threatened. Do NOT try and interfere with a swarm. If it is in an area of your property that cannot be avoided, please call upon the service of one of our licensed and experienced bee keepers. A member of our team will arrive quickly, and efficiently remove the swarm for relocation to a bee farm in a more rural area, away from people and pets. Because a bee swarm may only stay in one place for a few hours, most folks elect to just wait them out. This is a good strategy as long as you keep a close eye on them when they go. You want to make sure they do not select the more hospitable space within the interior of one of your trees or through a crack or gap into the walls of your building.
A colony of bees (bee hive) is most often reported when someone discovers a "line" of bees, flying in and out of a tiny gap or hole. People will often report to us that there are "only a few", hoping that this infestation is a relatively small one. Unfortunately this is is rarely the case. A colony of bees is made up of thousands - tens of thousands of bees. Trying to flush them back out of this tiny opening is not an easy task. Any invasion into the space will be interpreted by the bees as an attack against them and they will respond accordingly. Infestation of this type must be physically removed. This process will involve opening the structure for removal of the bees, as well as all the hive and honeycomb they have produced. The empty space then must be thoroughly scrubbed clean and professionally treated before repairs can be made and the area completely sealed off. This will prove to be a highly skilled construction project, often at an uncomfortable height and awkward position. Removals from within a structure always require the combined skills of a beekeeper and carpenter. Every member of our team has these skills and we offer them in an affordable way to every customer. Your satisfaction is always guaranteed by Live Bee Removal Chicago.
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