BEE CONTROL

About Bees

Bees sometimes make their way into homes while looking for a place to nest. The insects prefer dark and protected areas, so wall voids or chimneys often fit their needs. Any living space exposed to the outside is at risk for bee infestations. Some species that nest in wall voids fly inside the living space through baseboards, electrical outlets, and cracks in walls.

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Problems due to Bees infestation:

1. Bee stings

They can produce different reactions, ranging from temporary pain and discomfort to a severe allergic reaction. Having one type of reaction doesn't mean you'll always have the same reaction every time you're stung or that the next reaction will necessarily be more severe.

Mild reaction:
  • Most of the time, bee sting symptoms are minor and include:
  • Instant, sharp burning pain at the sting site
  • A red welt at the sting area
  • Slight swelling around the sting area
Moderate reaction
Some people who get stung by a bee or other insect have a bit stronger reaction, with signs and symptoms such as: Extreme redness
  • Swelling at the site of the sting that gradually enlarges over the next day or two

2. Severe allergic reaction

A severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) to bee stings is potentially life-threatening and requires emergency treatment. A small percentage of people who are stung by a bee or other insect quickly develop anaphylaxis. Signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis include:
• Skin reactions, including hives and itching, and flushed or pale skin
• Difficulty breathing
• Swelling of the throat and tongue
• A weak, rapid pulse
• Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
• Dizziness or fainting
• Loss of consciousness

3. Bees are aggressive

The fighting bees release an alarm pheromone—an odor that warns other bees of the danger. The alarm pheromone makes other honey bees aggressive, and more fighting means more pheromone is released which means more bees join the fray. The situation can escalate quickly.

4. They built colonies in residential places:

Bees sometimes make their way into homes while looking for a place to nest. The insects prefer dark and protected areas, so wall voids or chimneys often fit their needs. Any living space exposed to the outside is at risk for bee infestations. Some species that nest in wall voids fly inside the living space through baseboards, electrical outlets, and cracks in walls.

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1. You See Bees & Wasps Everywhere

This one should be obvious. Sighting of bees and wasps in and around the residence is one of the initial signs of infestation. If you see a lot of bees moving in and out of the house, know that there is a problem. If there are too many bees buzzing around in your sight, you must start checking for the hive. Do not forget to check on the inside of chimneys and attics in the residence.

2. Follow the Sound

A bunch of bees buzzing together has an evident and distinct noise. The same goes for wasps. Since these insects gnaw on wood as well, you shall hear them if you pay attention. Often, your auditory perception will lead you towards the wasp hive or beehive in or around the house.

3. Holes

In case your house is infested by carpenter bees, it is evident for you to find holes in hard plants near your residence. Another surefire way to know if there are bees and wasps in the house is to look out for sawdust. Observe if there is any sawdust fallout in your doors, windows, deck, boards, or rafters.

4. Active Hives

Lastly, when you spot an active beehive or wasp hive in or around your house, you can be sure that there is a bee infestation. Safe extermination of the beehive is required. You may call a wasp or bee-catcher though that profession is becoming rarer these days. Therefore, after zeroing in on the best pest inspection, take the help of an expert pest control professional. If you are experiencing high numbers of wasps (yellow jackets) in your home or garden there is likely to be a nest nearby, either on your property, in your garden, or very close by. It is best to treat a nest earlier before numbers increase and the wasps become more aggressive. This will help to reduce the threat of a wasp sting, which can be very painful and even cause an allergic reaction. Also, you will need to keep away from the nest.

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We here in XPCS follow the standard process for controlling the bees and their colonies in all areas of your properties.  We follow underfollowing methods to avoid bee infestation: 

1. Soapy Water Spray

One of the most effective ways to kill a hive (and most other insects for that matter) is a soapy water spray. Soap is a surfactant, which means it essentially makes water wetter. When sprayed on insects, it allows more water to enter the insect. Ultimately, the insect drowns and dies. A mixture of regular dish soap and water will suffice to kill the hive. A soapy water spray can kill a hive, but there are two things you need to know:
1. It is needed to repay the hive several times over a week or two (sometimes longer).
2. Our technician wear protective gear to avoid getting stung.
Bees are most active during the day, so the best time to spray is at night when they are dormant.

2. Knock Down the Hive

Another option is to simply knock down the hive, and this method will work just fine if the hive is abandoned (not very common). Knocking down the hive is the most dangerous option because the displaced bees will be extremely angry. We only recommend this option if you know for sure that the hive is abandoned

3. Use of Insecticides

At XPERTS our exterminator has the tools and knowledge to kill the hive safely and effectively. Insecticides will be used to kill colony members. Because larvae will continue to hatch and grow over several days, the exterminator will likely need to make several return trips to reapply the insecticide. Eventually, the queen and any remaining colony members will be exterminated, and the colony will be dismantled.

4. Smoke the Hive

Maybe you don't want to kill the bees, but you want to remove the hive from your property or home. Our Technical team will remove the hive yourself without damaging the colony.

Bee Control FAQ's

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1. You See Bees & Wasps Everywhere
2. Follow the Sound
3. Holes
4. Active Hives
All of our termite bait is non-toxic and is not harmful to children, pets, or adults. We follow all guidelines that comply with the government rules for the chemical treatment we undergo. For more information on our termite treatments, please call at +91 9866990067 or +91 9441027666 or Email us at info@xpertspestcontrol.com
1. Do not panic
2. Do not scream, flap your arms or swat them
3. Avoid strong, sweet smells
4. Cover food and drink
Bees also have a distaste for lavender oil, citronella oil, olive oil, vegetable oil, lemon, and lime. These are all topical defenses you can add to your skin to keep bees away. Unlike other flying insects, bees are not attracted to the scent of humans; they are just curious about nature

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