Hi there, my name is Harvey. Welcome to my site. I am here to talk to you about pest control. There are so many different pests in my area. We have spiders, ants, house centipedes and moths that seem to congregate together at various times of the year. In other parts of the world, there are even more pests waiting to enter the homestead undetected. I would like to share pest control practices everyone can use to keep insects out of their homes. I hope you will visit my site often to learn all you can about pest control. Thanks for visiting.
Bees are pests that help out the environment, although they are a nuisance in their own right. They are protective of their hives and they will do what they have to in order to protect it. Bees will sting if they feel that they are being threatened and the venom they can secrete through their stinger can cause a minimal bump on the skin, or it could be worse if you are allergic to the bee venom, which could result in death if you are highly allergic. To help prevent something such as this from happening to you or someone you love, you should have the bees removed from your home and do what you can to prevent them from making their hives in your yard. Read on for helpful tips on how to remove them and what you should do to prevent bees in your yard.
1. Hire A Pest Control Company
Hire a pest control company to help you get rid of these pests for you. They have the tools and know-how to get rid of these pests properly and in a way that will prevent injury to you or your family. A pest control company will remove the bees and their hive safely and relocate them somewhere far away from your home to prevent them from returning again.
2. Keep Specific Plants Away From Your Home
Keep all plants far away from your home, if possible, to prevent bees from being lured to your home. Plants such as flowers can be an attractant for bees, as they are attracted to the pollen in the flowers. Keep flowers from being planted too closely to your home to prevent an issue with bees being close to your home.
3. Keep Plants That Repel Bees
If you prefer to have plants around your home, have plants that are bee-repellant such as citronella plants or eucalyptus plants. These plants may help to repel other pests as well such as mosquitoes, so these plants can be a multi-purpose plant for you around your home.
4. Use Smoke
You can use smoke to remove the bees around your home. You can use a bee smoker to smoke the hive which allows you time to remove the bees and their hive. This is usually something you should leave to a professional pest control expert, but if you think you can get rid of these pests on your own, you can use smoke to calm them down enough and then remove them safely from your home or your yard.
If you have an issue with bees, it's best to hire a pest control expert to help you. Use the information above to help you get rid of the bees from your home or your yard and prevent them from coming to your yard in the first place.
Contact a bee removal service to find out more.