Best Pest Control Perth – Bees & Wasps Control & Prevention Services
Bees and wasps are often confused with their more dangerous cousins, hornets, which is why many people run for cover when a wasp or bee makes an appearance. In general, wasps and bees are not particularly dangerous if encountered one or two at a time, unless a person has very bad allergies.
However, a bee or wasp infestation in the shape of a nest on your property means hundreds, if not thousands, of the winged insects buzzing around, ready to attack in a hoard should they feel threatened at any time. It’s also very easy to provoke an attack—just bumping into the nest by accident can cause them to emerge to defend their territory by inflicting tens of painful stings all over your body. Not to mention how hard it can be to escape from a hoard of angry bees or wasps determined on teaching you a lesson.
For this reason, it is very important to deal with the problem of a bee or wasp infestation as soon as you realize become aware of it. However, it is not advisable for people without the necessary knowledge, skill or equipment to attempt this on their own—as mentioned before, this is likely to provoke an attack. And that’s why you should leave It to the experts. Pest extermination is our specialty, and we guarantee we will rid you of your infestation problem quickly and safely.
Signs of a bee or wasp infestation
Nests are built from chewed wood pulp and saliva, giving them the distinctive papery walls they are known for the world over. Nests are usually built in sheltered spots that also have easy access to the outside—wall cavities, roof spaces, inside bird boxes, and both sheds or garages are popular choices.
The nests tend to grow rapidly during the summer, as the the insects multiply the fastest during the warmer months, and it is always best to treat a nest earlier in the year before numbers increase and the insects become more aggressive. If you are not exactly sure where all of the insects are coming from, watch their flight path carefully to find out where they’ve built there nest.
Our Bees & Wasp Control & Prevention Services
It is important to remember that bees are an endangered species in many parts of the world and a bee nest will only be removed if it does in fact pose a significant threat to the people nearby, and destroying a bee nest is considered a last resort. Instead, a qualified bee keeper is usually employed to help resolve the issue and find the bees another place to live.
Anyone who tries to destroy a nest of bees or wasps should know better as these creatures can be vicious when it comes to defending their territory. While smaller nests generally pose lesser danger, it’s best to relinquish the job to our team of experts who do it wearing appropriate protective gear. The treatment process also takes strategy; carefully planning it out according to the location and severity of infestation.
After the removal, we offer further advice to help prevent the problem from repeating itself in the future. For peace of mind, we can return to remove the what remains of the nest from your property, but only after a minimum of 48 hours have passed to allow complete treatment of the whole wasp colony. However, there are situations when removing the nest may not be possible, for example if it’s located within a cavity wall.
In small amounts, bees and wasps may not be too much of a concern. If you notice their numbers are increasing, however, it’s time to deal with the situation before it becomes serious enough to endanger you or your family.