Bees are thicker in build with a fuzzy body and flat rear legs used to collect pollen. Bees are more docile than wasps, focused more on your garden than your family cookout. Differing from wasps, their nests are built out of wax, honeycomb cells and are often found in tree cavities, buildings, and holes in the ground.
Bee and wasp control should be placed in the hands of an experienced pest control professional. Advanced Exterminating of WNY is trained to handle your problem in a manner that prevents further infestation and protects healthy bee populations that are dwindling and vital for pollination purposes. It is important to handle your infestation in a timely manner as a bee problem may quickly develop into a cockroach problem – cockroaches may be drawn to your home by the honey and pollen.
Try to avoid common pitfalls involved when controlling your pest problem:
1. Steer clear of liquid or aerosol chemical pesticides that may end up expanding your problem. While aerosols may kill some, it will likely confuse the remaining population and cause them to spread out over a larger area.
2. Avoid blocking bee entrances. Blocking these holes after treatment may cause damage to your home and will encourage bees to establish a new colony just outside the treated area. When bees or wasps enter the treated crevice or cavity, they will leave the vicinity of your home and build their colony elsewhere.
3. Don’t take risks or the easy way out. Bees are extremely important for the environment and our food source is stimulated by the pollination of healthy bees. By calling Advanced Exterminating of WNY, your problem will be handled by trained professionals experienced in the safety and handling of bee populations. Call us today for more information.