If a bee swarm approaches your property, the first thing you should do is observe to determine whether the bees are passing through or if they are setting up a colony on your property. Don’t agitate them. Don’t throw rocks at them, spray them with water or pesticide or try to fight them off with a tennis racquet. It won’t work, and you will cause them to go into fighting mode. Watch them from inside, if you can, from behind the glass of a closed window.
If it appears that the bees have come to your home to stay, GreenLeaf Pest Control provides bee removal in Richmond Hill
and can safely resolve the problem for you. Often, a beekeeper or a pest control company can remove bees or even safely relocate them to a more appropriate location, saving you effort and possible injury. While bees are not usually aggressive and probably will not sting you, if you provoke them, they will respond and attack. Making a phone call is a much easier and safer alternative, and though you may have to spend a little money, it is worth the effort in the long run.
Bee Removal Richmond Hill
- GreenLeaf Pest Control specializes in environmentally friendly pest control, including bee removal in Richmond Hill, by focusing on changing and educating the way people perceive pest control today. Our mission is to provide an effective, proactive program that is preventive in approach and uses Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and our very own Environmental Pest Management (EPM) solutions. To learn more about GreenLeaf Pest Control, call 416.998.9473, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.greenleafpestcontrol.com
When bees invade your property, you face certain significant risks when trying DIY techniques for bee removal. In Richmond Hill, GreenLeaf Pest Control technicians are fully trained in the process and can spare you from having to face such risks. If you were to make a swarm of bees angry, you could end up with many extremely painful stings; some people even need to be hospitalized due to the severity of a bee swarm attack. Those who are allergic to bees may require emergency medical attention as the result of only one bee sting.