We provide the best bee pest control services. We take great care in our reputation and we do all we can to satisfy the needs of our clients when it comes to bee pest control. We utilize customizable and unique techniques to handle bee pest control.
Our workmen are well trained and well behaved with the right experience and skills needed to handle any situation. We have all kinds of equipment and various techniques that can handle bees.
Bees are quite dangerous species and could cause serious harm. You do not need to worry if you have a bee situation. You can trust us to handle it. It doesn’t matter where the bees are or where they might be hiding. You can trust us to flush them out. Whether it is a commercial building or a residential building, we will provide the bee pest control services.
We have a sterling reputation that we strive to protect. We handle various cases yearly, so you can trust that we have the right kind of experience. We don’t just provide temporary solutions. We work on long-term measures that will get rid of the bees for good.
We have a lot of experience in removing, controlling and relocating bees and other insects. We care for the environment and we understand that the worldwide population of bees is on a decline.
Possible Health Issues
A bee sting can produce an allergic reaction in the body. The most common reactions to bee stings are swelling, redness and pain. Allergic reactions to bees are known as anaphylactic reactions and they could be severe or even cause death in extreme cases. To treat local anaphylactic reactions, one needs to cleanse the spots, remove the stinging element and apply ice packs to the affected area. The most popular treatment for bee stings is Epinephrine. Those at risks of anaphylactic reactions can look for an injectable form of anaphylactic reactions which can be self-administered.
Symptoms of Bee Stings
There are four different types of reactions to bee stings. The symptoms are described below.
- Local Reactions: Local reaction to bee stings include itching, warmth, swelling, pain, redness etc. The symptoms start immediately after the sting and they can last for some hours. The stinging element might still be visible on the skin. Sometimes, there could be swelling of the skin that lasts for as much as 1 week. There could also be some form of tiredness and nausea.
- Body-wide allergic reactions: This kind of reactions occur for those that have a kind of antibody against an insect as a result of a previous sting. The symptoms include flushing of the skin, hives and breathing difficulties due to the narrowing of the bronchial passages and the swelling of the epiglottis and the pharynx. These kinds of reactions occur in less than 3% of stings. In severe cases, there could be low blood pressure, breathing difficulties that could result in dangerous cardiorespiratory arrest and more.
- Toxic reactions: Toxic reactions are caused as a result of toxins introduced by the bee sting rather than the reaction of the body. These can happen when there are multiple stings that send a lot of venom into the body. The symptoms of toxic reactions include fainting, vomiting, nausea, headache, rashes, fever, dizziness etc. Bee venom is a strong stimulant of the immune system. Anyone that experience a toxic reaction to a bee sting may produce antibodies to the venom and the person might be at risk of systemic reactions to the stings.
- Delayed reactions: These are less common. They could take as much as weeks after a sting to appear. The medical history of a person will determine if a delayed reaction could occur. The symptoms may include inflammation of the kidney, nerves, brain and blood vessels. There could be fever, joint pain, swollen lymph nodes, rash, fatigue and more.
Popular Bee Species
The popular species of bees that we have are:
- Mason Bee
- Honey Bee
- Bumble Bee
- European Bee
- Solitary Bee
What to do immediately you detect bees
When you detect bees, you need to do the following,
- Get a professional bee pest control service to handle the situation.
- Seal all gaps and cracks in wallpapers, floor boards and furniture so the bees can’t hide there. Wash all curtains, fabrics, bed sheet and other clothing.
What we will do when we arrive
We will do the following when we arrive at your place.
- Inspection: We will carry out an inspection and report whatever we find.
- Baiting: We will apply a bait that has been licensed and formulated for bee control. The bait is safe around humans and won’t affect them. The bait will be applied in places that can’t be reached.
- Dust: We might apply some dust to your subfloor, roof void and your wall cavities.
- Surface Spray: We might apply a surface spray that can be licensed and formulated for bee control. This surface spray will be applied to your building and home.
Areas we will focus on during our bee removal service
We will focus on the following indoor and outdoor areas.
Indoor: Kitchen, garage, areas around windows, bathrooms, plumbing penetrations, exterior doors.
Outdoor: We’ll pinpoint and treat areas that are bees may thrive in. We will spray the perimeter to prevent any further bee infestation.
What You Should Know
- It is very easy to get a Pest Control License and start a pest control business. This is one reason why there are so many newbies without adequate knowledge and experience that are in the business. Take your time to select the best professional for the business.
- Be wary of cheap pesticides. Many of the cheap pesticides will be harmful to those that suffer from bronchial ailments like asthma.
- When you use our services, you can be assured that you are dealing with the best. We don’t compromise on our standards and we take our job very seriously.
How Much You Should Expect to Pay for the Bee treatment?
Contact us today on 0490 086 478 for a quick quote or fill the online quote form (Click here)
- How does the bee removal work?
Depends where they are, we come and kill the nest or relocate it if possible.
- Are the chemicals safe around children, plants and pets?
Yes. All the products we use are ecofriendly and they are safe for children, plants and pets.
- How long does a bee treatment take?
A bee treatment takes about half an hour to 20 mins to 1 hour to complete.