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Hundreds of residential and commercial property owners in the Canterbury area get affected by bees each year. And while the large majority of people get rid of them in a timely manner, some decide to ignore them. Neglecting your bee nest is never a good idea, as it won't go away. In fact, it will grow bigger and bigger, until the worker bees inside eventually get out of control.
Certain species of bees in the UK nest outdoors and as a result, their nest is relatively easy to spot. However, the species that will cause you the most trouble tend to nest in secluded areas such as your attic space or cavity walls. As a result, figuring out if you have a bee nest on your property can be a little more tricky. If you think that's the case with you, pay attention to the following signs:
Neglecting an active bee nest is a mistake many residents and business owners in Canterbury make each year. And sadly, many get to suffer the consequences. Having worked with a few dozen of significant bee infestations over the years, some of the dangers our customers were exposed to include:
The best way to avoid all of the above and more is to get rid of the bee nest as soon as you notice it.
To take advantage of our service and get your pest control problem resolved, you first need to get in touch with our team. You can do so either by ringing us on 01293 365140 or by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following our conversation, we'll give you a fixed priced quote for our honeybee swarm removal services. If you'd like to move forward with us, we'll find a time when we can come out and remove your honey bees.
On the day of your appointment, our team will arrive on your residential or commercial property. They'll put their protective clothing on, get all the tools and equipment they need, and get to work.
Please note that our pest controllers are all fully trained in humane nest removal, meaning your bees will be removed in the safest and most humane way possible. The entire process takes around an hour, and doesn't involve the use of chemicals or other harmful pesticides.
Yes, every single one of our bee control specialists is insured and has gone through rigorous training. That way, we can ensure that every one of our customers gets the same great level of service.
If you are allergic to bees, it is crucial that you don't put yourself at risk of getting stung. We would advise that you never get close to the honey or bumble bee nest and keep your distance as much as you can. You should always use an insect repellent spray and wear long-sleeve clothing. You should also have a plan of action should you get stung.
If you are allergic to bees and have a bee nest on your property, please contact us as soon as possible at 01293 365140 or e-mail us at email@example.com and we'll try to get you booked in as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, we can't guarantee that a different bee colony won't decide to make your home their nesting location in the future. There is some good news though. There are a few things you can do to make your property undesirable for bees and other insects. These include: