Bee Removal Melbourne
Honeybees are generally beneficial to the environment, but we understand if a bee hive has become a threat within your living spaces. This can be dangerous especially if you are concerned about the risk of allergic reactions from being stung. If this is the case, it’s best to remove the hive with the aid of a professionally licenced pest controller that has all the correct safety gear and equipment to remove the hive.
So If you have a bee problem or have found a bee hive, call 1300 484 030 for a free quote
Bee Control Melbourne
Did you know?
- The average hive temperature is 32-36 Celsius.
- Just a single hive contains approximately 40-45,000 bees!
We all know that honeybees play an important role in pollinating our flowers and vegetables, and producing wonderful honey for us to enjoy.
Do you know the difference between a bee and a wasp? The shape of the bee and wasp are similar but bees are hairy, while wasps have few hairs. Bees feed on pollen and nectar, while wasps are scavengers. Therefore, the furry little guys around your flowers are the bees and the wasps will be hanging around your garbage or barbeque.
Allergies To Insect Stings
Some people are more sensitive to insect stings than others. Young children tend to be even more so.
However, three per cent of the population is extremely allergic to insect stings. An allergy to insect stings can develop at any time, even if they have not reacted to a previous sting.
Call an ambulance immediately if someone has a severe reaction to an insect sting.
Symptoms may include fainting, dizziness, nausea or difficulty in breathing or swallowing.
Bees become pests when:
- They decide to take up residence in our homes or properties.
- Parents have small children because bee stings can be extremely painful to them.
- People are allergic to bee stings (vigilance is required because a severe reaction can lead to death).
Typical Signs that there is a Bee Hive close by:
- Persistent buzzing sound close by.
- There are bees flying around.
- High numbers of swarming bees.
- Hive is visible.
Dealing with a Bee Hive in Your Home:
Beware! Stinging insect swarms are dangerous – if in doubt get professional advice.
- Ensure that all windows and doors to the building are closed before using any product.
- Follow instructions on the product carefully.
- Completely cover your body.
- Wear a hat and gloves.
If the hive is hard to get to, please seek professional help.
Call us today on 1300 484 030 for an OBLIGATION FREE QUOTE or email firstname.lastname@example.org