Steps for prevention
Restrict their access to your home.
Bees don’t really need a lot of space to get inside your house, a 6mm hole is more than enough. So just like with many other pests, the best thing you can do is make sure that there are no holes or crevices that will allow the bees to enter your property. However, you have to be extremely fast and really find all the entries because the bees are not gonna wait for you to seal them.
Take care of the scout bees.
Scout bees are sent by the queen to search for a new home. If they find it suitable, they will perform a dance to notify the rest of the colony. Apply treatment to those bees and prevent them from letting the other bees know that your home is a potential candidate for a permanent nest.
Take care of your outdoor clutter.
Bees don’t mind using any of the forgotten lawn equipment or unused appliances stores in your garden to make their nest. Clean up your outdoor spaces and make sure there is nothing the bees can use as a base for their nest.
Remove previous honeycombs.
If you had an infestation before that and you see the same signs again, get rid of the previous nest and honeycombs right away! They hide pheromone scents that will surely attract another swarm in no time. Keep in mind that you might need to remove some parts of your roof to do so because they are often located in hard-to-reach areas such as eaves, wall voids, etc.
How bee control will help you
- Paul’s pest control specialises in the professional and safe relocation of bee nests and can help in further protecting your property and family from future invasions.
- There will be no risk for you or your family to be attacked by an angry swarm of bees.
- We work with trained and certified pest control technicians.
- All of them have a vast knowledge of the biology and habits of bees so that they can choose the best type of treatment for your property without any danger to your family.
- We work every day of the week, including weekends and public holidays.