Most regions across the U.S. will have residents who experience bees and wasps around their home or business at some point. However, most times the bees aren’t a problem and do not pose a threat to Beaumont residents.
Bees will feed on the pollen of flower nectar and oils in order to continue their life cycle. Bees help pollinate the remaining flowers by whatever pollen they lose during flight from flower to flower. They can range in size and species starting at 2 mm up to 4 cm in size. While most bees are black or bright yellow, some remain that are metallic blue or green, red or gray.
The type of bee that is buzzing around your home will be the deciding factor as to the treatment plan we will offer. Bumblebees are commonly found around entrances to homes because they build nests in patios and decks or in the ground. Attics and roof beams have also been home to many bumblebees. While they buzz really loud they can also become aggressive if they feel their nest is in danger. This is why it is important to have a professional bee removal expert take care of any bees taking up shelter in or around your home.
Carpenter bees are considered solitary bees. They only build nests for themselves instead of a colony and feed only their young. They derived the name “carpenter” bees because they can drill through wood. Unfortunately, they can also sting repeatedly instead of once like other bees. Carpenter bees will typically build a nest inside of wood with an opening of 1-2 inches deep and up to 10 feet long. This allows more room for the carpenter bees to put their eggs and food. While they shouldn’t be feared they are damaging to your structure and should be treated as soon as possible.
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The Africanized honeybee is also known as the killer bee. Once they become excited or aggressive they will chase people. While their name sounds terrifying, the threat of these bees is that they can attack in multiple numbers. This simply increases your chance of getting stung and suffering an allergic reaction.
There are more than 3,000 kinds of wasps in the U.S. You will notice wasp activity increase during the day and then find them in their nests at night. While they typically only live up to one year the queen can live for several years.
Bees & Wasps Removal in Beaumont
No matter what type of wasp or bee you are dealing with, we are here to help. Call (951) 867-4955 to assist with removing the bees from your property so you and your family can feel safe again. We can answer any questions you may have and provide estimates.