How to Deal with Beehives on Your Home


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Beehives aren’t only a nuisance, but they could potentially cause injury if your child is stung. Have you recently noticed an increase in bees around your home and yard? You might have a beehive nearby, increasing the activity in the area.

Protecting Our EnvironmentBeehive Infestation

Bees are essential to the healthy ecosystem of our earth because they pollinate the crops that we eat. There are many bees all over the world, and most of them live in peace. But, sometimes a beehive might be built in a bad location, exposing your family or office to the colony.

Because these pests are important for the environment, it essential that caution is used when the hive is removed. The best thing that you can do is talk to a pest control specialist to identify the type of infestation that you are dealing with so that you can eliminate the pests while protecting the environment.

Getting Rid of a Beehive

These hives are often located in holes, on wall crevices, or in trees. If you see a lot of bees in the area, try to identify where they are clustering and you will likely find the hive. Then, call a pest control expert for help. Relocating the bees will protect the ecosystem while getting rid of the infestation in your home.

Also, consider the fact that bee control can be dangerous if it is handled incorrectly. Some homeowners make the mistake of approaching the beehive with a can of bug spray, or they try to knock down the hive with a stick. This mistake will make the bees mad, and they could potentially attack and cause serious injury to you or your family.

Call the Experts

Here at Mathews Termite & Pest Service, we have the proper equipment and training to remove the beehive and protect your family. Our team is certified in many types of pest control, and we are here to help! Contact us to get rid of the hive, and we will also clean up all of the remaining material to prevent the return of the bees. Call us today for more information: (951) 751-0885



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