Bees are beneficial insects and play an important role in the environment. When the nests of wasps, bees, and hornets are away from residential properties, they pose no threat. However, when nests are built on homes or in public areas frequented by people, it can become dangerous. Some of these stinging insects can be aggressive, making it important to call a professional such as Dugas Pest Control, who has experience safely removing bee, wasp, and hornet nests!
When does a bee or wasp nest need to be removed?
For the most part, it’s best to avoid disturbing bees and wasps entirely. While some species are more aggressive than others, you never know when they may chase or attack. Especially if their nests are in high-traffic areas, bees and wasps could perceive a threat from nearby people and defend their nest at all costs.
Another time when bees and wasps are known to be more aggressive is in the late summer and fall months when they are seeking resources to survive the winter. If you’ve noticed an increase in the bee activity near your home or if you’ve spotted a nest, it’s time to call in a professional pest control company.
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What does a wasp nest look like?
Safe wasp nest removal
Nest removal should always be done by a professional who has experience safely dealing with bees. The team at Dugas Pest Control has the years of experience required to carefully remove bees or wasps and their nests from your home or property. Exposed nests may be removed on the day of service, depending on the activity and size of the nest. Occasionally, we’ll come back on a day when it is safer to remove the nests.
If nests form again on your home, you can trust the experts at Dugas will return to your property to safely remove nests. If you’re concerned about bees or other stinging insects around your house, call us today for a free consultation!
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