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Whether you're a resident or a business owner in Banstead, dealing with a beehive is never a fun experience. And to prevent further problems, it's best if you address your beehive situation as soon as possible.
According to the British Pest Control Association (BPCA), the average beehive can add a few hundred new bees to its colony every 7-14 days. So, the longer you leave the beehive, the bigger problems it will start causing you.
The average beehive in Banstead can be home to over a thousand bees during the peak of summer. And it's only those that are left to thrive that end up getting to this problematic and out-of-control size.
That's why it's important to remove the beehive as soon as possible, and minimise your chances of suffering the consequences of a bee infestation. In case you decide to wait, below are some of the dangers, risks, and problems our previous customers have reported when dealing with thriving beehives.
The most obvious sign of a beehive is being able to see the bee nest out in the open. However, due to the UK's poor weather conditions, most beehives are hidden away and out of sight. Fortunately, it's still quite easy to determine if there's one nearby. Some of the signs we recommend you to look and listen out for include:
To this day, our beehive removal process in Banstead remains the safest and most humane compared to other pest control companies in the area. This is because rather than using chemicals and pesticides, we rely on using our very hands and a handful of tools and equipment. That way, we can not only guarantee to resolve your bee infestation problem for good, but you can start using your previously infested part of the property right after our visit.
To book an appointment with our specialists from Banstead, please get in touch with us to discuss your case. Following the initial conversation, you'll be given a quote. And if you're happy with the quote, we'll schedule you in for a date and time that best works for you.
Yes, it is 100% legal to remove beehives and wasp nests across the UK. There is no official guidance by the BPCA on the best way to remove them, so it's up to the pest control professionals you hire to decide on the pest control treatment that they'll use. While we can't speak for anyone else, our beehive removal process is safe, effective, and humane.
Generally speaking, it's best to avoid taking on the removal of a beehive on your own. The last thing we want is for you to get attacked, stung, and suffer the consequences without achieving anything. Our pest control experts have dealt with hundreds of bees nest removal cases and have all the experience and equipment to keep them safe during removal the process.
If you know where the bee nest is, you should refrain from getting close to it. That way, you will minimise your chance of getting attacked and stung. If you don't know where the bee nest is, don't worry.
Our pest control technicians will locate it on the day of your appointment. What's more, you don't need to do anything prior to the appointment. Your safety is our top priority so leave everything up to our fully qualified team.