Pest Solutions for Bees in Tennessee
Depending on the type of bee you see around your home, you may not even require pest services. A solitary bumblebee or group of them buzzing around your flowers should not be a concern. Even a small swarm of honey bees can be a welcome sight, especially if there are crops nearby. Other situations may require professional attention, though. Carpenter bees may cause wood damage to your home, and a bee’s nest or hive built near high-traffic areas may put your family at risk if anyone is allergic to stinging insects.
How U.S. Pest Protection Removes Bees
Removing bees from around your home or business is a delicate job because of the danger they can cause. For people allergic to bee stings, it is important to steer clear of a hive or nest. This is doubly true if you’re not sure what kind of bee infestation you may have.
Attempting to remove a bee hive or nest on your own may cause the insects to defend their colony by stinging and swarming around the person trying. In many cases, bee removal requires special equipment and gear for safety purposes. Because of the vital part bees play in our ecosystem, U.S. Pest Protection is a “bee certified” pest company that seeks to rehome and protect—rather than exterminate—bees. We’ve adjusted our pest management so as not to apply materials or applications that will affect bees and the important role they play in our planet’s wellbeing.
Contact U.S. Pest Protection for Bee Pest Solutions
The best way to remove bees from your property is to call a pest professional who works with area beekeepers to determine the best course of action. U.S. Pest Protection, as a “bee certified” pest company, partners with many Tennessee beekeeping organizations to remove bees humanely and transport them elsewhere. Contact the professionals at U.S. Pest Protection to schedule your free bee inspection.