Are Bees Becoming a Problem? - Prevent Stings in your Yard This Year

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http://www.slugabug.com/– With about 20,000 species of bees worldwide and all of themlive in colonies. If you have a swarm around your home, identifying them can be essential to developing the right treatment method.Before you do anything with the bees, contact a Brevard County bee control expert, to help to determine exactly what kind of bees you’re dealing with and what cause of action to take.

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Are Bees Becoming a Problem?:

Prevent Stings in your Yard This Year Are Bees Becoming a Problem?

An Important Partner:

Bees are an important part of Florida’s ecosystem. Without bees, many of the farming operations throughout the state simply wouldn’t be able to survive. Even with that in mind, though, they can often be a nuisance to homeowners and cause serious problems to some. Many people are allergic to bee stings and need the help of bee pest control experts to keep their home bee & wasp free. An Important Partner

What Kind of Bees Are You Facing? :

There are approximately 20,000 species of bees worldwide. All of them, though, live in colonies, and if you’re facing a swarm, you may be dealing with bees looking for a new home. Identifying them can be essential to developing the right treatment method . If you need help determining the type of bees around your home, contact a Brevard County bee control expert, it may help to determine what kind of bees you’re dealing with. What Kind of Bees Are You Facing?

The Bumblebee:

The Bumblebee Bumblebees typically nest in the ground, but they can also be seen near your patio or deck. In some cases, they’ll build nests in attics or under roof beams. If you become a threat to a bumblebee , they begin to buzz at a louder volume. They get quite aggressive when they think their nests are in danger. They have six legs and are black with yellow stripes. The best way to prevent this problem is to remove potential nesting materials from the home.

The Carpenter Bee:

Carpenter bees build nests for themselves and their young. They can literally drill through the wood in your home. Because their stingers aren’t barbed, they can repeatedly sting an individual. Just an inch in length, these bees are have a blue-black color scheme . They tend to prefer bare wood, and painting or staining the surfaces outside your home can be a good deterrent. They also like nests in higher places, so the nesting site can be tough to reach. The Carpenter Bee

The Honeybee:

Honeybees are responsible for pollinating many crops in the US. They are the most recognizable type of bee. Golden with yellow brown bands, they will build natural nests in the crevices of trees, but some have found nests in the attic or the chimney of their home . They can only sting once, as their stinger tears off when they try to get away. The colonies themselves can be quite large, and removal is often a messy job. The Honeybee

The Killer Bee:

“Killer Bees” are actually Africanized Honeybees, and they can chase someone up to a quarter of a mile if they become aggressive. While their venom is no more dangerous than that of a traditional honeybee, their attacks can be more serious because they often attack in larger numbers. Like some other species, they can only sting once as their stingers tear off when they attempt to escape. They have the ability to build nests in strange places, including old tires, crates, and even boxes. If you are being chased by one of these bees, try running in a zigzag pattern, then find shelter inside a home or a car immediately . If you find a “Killer Bee” nest on your property, call a bee nest removal company right away. The Killer Bee

Bee Proofing Tips :

One way to make certain you don’t have a problem with bees is to locate areas that may prove attractive to a swarm. Holes outside your home that lead to attractive covered areas, voids in tree branches, and large recesses in your home’s roof are all the perfect places for bees to hide . Be sure to block these off with screens or caulking to prevent a potential problem and call a Melbourne bee control company for assistance. Bee Proofing Tips

If You Do Have a Problem :

Your first step if you notice an issue should be to call a professional. Don’t try to cover up the nest or cut off the bees’ access to the nest, as you need to remove the colony before you do that. You should also try to avoid the bees, as a sting could be life-threatening. Leave this job to the Brevard County bee control professionals . If You Do Have a Problem

If a Sting Occurs :

If you are stung by a bee , check to see if a stinger has been left behind. If so, gently scrape it out of the skin. Bug do not pull it. Use your fingernail or a credit card to scrape it out, then wash the area with soap & water . Apply a cold pack for a few minutes, then take acetaminophen to help control the pain. Watch for signs of an allergic reaction, which could include difficulty breathing, larger areas of swelling, or even fainting. If a Sting Occurs

Pest Control Experts:

The largest independently owned pest control company in Brevard County , we offer cutting edge solutions to help you deal with any of these pest problems. Contact us for more information. Pest Control Experts

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