Few Reasons To Avoid DIY Bee Removal
Is there a beehive hanging near your home? Do you hear bees buzzing around your house or office? Have they moved in with you? Are you scared that they might be aggressive? You’re probably reading this article because you’re wondering how to get rid of them safely. However, if you’re thinking about getting rid of them yourself, we highly advise that you consider hiring a bee removal specialist!
Removing Bee Hives is Dangerous!
If you’re attempting a DIY bee removal, please note that this is a dangerous job for anyone, and you should not do it yourself – Even bee removal service experts have to be extra careful when removing these insects. Bees will attack in a swarn if they feel that their hive is being threatened.
- Bee stings: Bee stings are painful and can cause swelling. The stinger releases venom into the victim’s skin, which causes swelling. This becomes much worse for people allergic to bee stings – some reactions could be life-threatening. Getting stung multiple times could also have long-term effects on your health.
- Allergies: If you have any type of allergies to bee stings, you shouldn’t be anywhere near a beehive. In addition to pain and swelling, an allergic reaction can prevent you from breathing. If you get stung by a bee and you’re allergic, you may experience symptoms of nausea, vomiting, fainting, and closing of the throat. In such case, seek immediate medical attention.
- Bees can be aggressive: Bees will react aggressively if they feel threatened. They can also act more aggressively in different climates. For instance, bees tend to have more of a temper in hotter areas.
Some bees are also more aggressive than others if they have migrated to the United States. These include the African killer bee, which is a hybrid of the western honey bee species. These bees can chase an attacker for up to a quarter of a mile, and have killed about 1,000 humans. Victims of these bees are known for receiving ten times more stings than European honey bees.
Beehives can form in all kinds of places, take several shapes, and even spread into interior walls, inside of cars or boats. If you see a beehive, take precaution and have a bee removal expert investigate the area. Wildlife Troopers have the right equipment and safety gear like the bee suit and headgear to prevent any bees from stinging the skin. Our goal is to remove these bees safely and to ensure they won’t return. In most cases, bees return after only part of the hive is removed and begin rebuilding once more.
If you are having problems with bees around your house or office, do not attempt to remove them yourself. Call Wildlife Troopers at (561) 229-8501 and let us remove them safely for you!