Whether you’re facing a wasp nest or a swarm of bees, Bee Wasp Removal should be your first priority. Although bees and wasps can be helpful to the environment, they can also be aggressive and cause problems, including anaphylactic shock. The best way to deal with wasps and bees is to avoid them as much as possible, but if you’re having problems with them you should call an expert.
Long Island Bee Removal
If you’ve noticed bees in your Long Island home, it’s probably time to seek Long Island Bee Removal service. Honeybees often enter homes through small holes and produce honeycomb once established. In just a few months, they can deposit more than 25 pounds of honey on your property. Bee removal can be a serious issue and thousands of dollars can be lost to damage caused by honeybees. Also known as wasps, hornets and bumble bees, these insects can also build nests in shrubs or in the ground.
Compass Pest Management
If you’re experiencing bees, wasps, or hornets in your home, you’ve probably heard about Compass Pest Management’s Bee Wasp Removal. Compass offers comprehensive bee and Wasp Exterminator services in Riverside, CA. They’ll treat the nests and hives of bees, and inspect your home for invaders. They’ll also get rid of any ants or other insects residing in your home.
The Original Willie the Bee Man
Willie the bee man is Florida’s bee removal expert. He was the first bee removal specialist to obtain certification in 2004 and is a member of Florida’s Africanized Honey Bee Task Force. He also serves Broward, Palm Beach, Monroe, Martin, St. Lucie, and Indian River counties. Located in South Florida, he is available around the clock and guarantees to rid your home of bees.
Stryker Wasp & Hornet Killer
The Stryker Wasp and Hornet Killer is a powerful insecticide that knocks down hornets and wasps on contact and is effective up to 20 feet away. Because it is electrically non-conductive, you can use it around electrical equipment. Unlike other insecticides, Stryker Wasp and Hornet Killer is completely safe to use in areas where electrical equipment is present.
Aerosol “wasp and hornet” spray
If you are faced with bee wasps, there are two primary options available: killing them with a bee wasp killer or using a specialized spray. Both sprays can be effective, but what are their differences? Both methods use pyrethrin, a concentrated insecticide extracted from chrysanthemum flowers. It works by shock-trapping insects on contact with the chemical.