Bee Removal & Bee Exterminator In NJ & FL

Getting rid of bees is a common problem amongst homeowners. Bees and wasps can cause damage to the wood and structural foundation of your home if left untreated.

Bees benefit the environment. It can be hazardous to let a bee hive flourish near your home. It is imperative to identify the species as bees are often mistaken for wasps; they have similar physical characteristics. There are different methods for removing each so be sure that you have a qualified professional to help. At EXCEL we work with the environment. EXCEL Termite and Pest Control can help you get rid of bees in an environmentally sound way.

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How Can I Identify A Bee?

Bees come from the same family as wasps and ants, known for their role in pollination. Bees have a stinger, and trust us, if you are stung you will be able to determine a bee sting, from a minor bug bite.

There are more than 20,000 recorded bee species. You will also be able to identify the audio, buzzing of a bee’s wings fluttering at rapid speeds for their size. The larger the bee, the louder volume you will hear.

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How Can Bees Enter My Home?

A common misunderstanding is that bees enter the house through the window or a door which has been left open. Although that may be the case of one isolated bee, when you notice multiple flying insects looking to feast and pollinate, it is most likely the beehive is attached to somewhere inside or around the house, like a wall, attic, chimney, crawl spaces, etc.

Few bees are inclined to get into the house by accident. Often a homeowner may notice there are dead bees next to the windowsill, and lying lifeless on the floor or carpet. These signs may just mean you have a hive on the premises. Bees don’t stray far from the nest but do tend to fly towards streams of light. Once indoors, you will typically find them buzzing against the windows, light bulbs, and other ways for them to get back to nature because of their innate need to pollinate.

Why Is It Important To Treat a Bee Infestation?

Despite the fact that bees are the main component driving the ecosystem and protecting them is relevant, this does not warrant sharing your living space with them. Bees can cause a serious threat to human beings because of their natural tendency to transport unhealthy bacteria or debris which attaches to their hairs causing severe allergies and reaction, as well as their ability to sting and harm people with injections mild, moderate to severe cases.

Does My Home Protection Plan Cover My Home From Bees?

Yes, each Home Protection Plan is customized to fit any homeowner’s needs. This guarantees that your infestation issue is exterminated and that you are protected in the future.

The possibility of a bee infestation can cause homeowners to be uncomfortable in their living environment. Calling someone you can trust to treat and control your bee problem is important. Finding the right company that is reputable, reliable and experienced will help make any house a home.

If you believe that you are currently experiencing a bee infestation problem, call Excel today to schedule your free home inspection.

Excel Termite & Pest Control Proudly provides expert pest control and bee extermination in New Jersey and Florida. With over 20+ years’ experience, we’ve helped over 20,000 homeowners manage and exterminate their bees and other pest problems.

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