Spring has just begun and bees are already causing problems around Texas. The mild weather makes bees particularly active this time of year.
A massive beehive was found inside the exterior paneling of a west Houston home just last week. After being stung several times, the homeowners wisely decided to call in the professionals. The pest control workers removed over 50,000 bees and nearly 50 pounds of honey from the hive.
In Raymondville, an 85-year-old man died after being stung almost 200 times while mowing the lawn of his Texas home. Police say the bees were likely aggravated by the noise of the tractor. A large beehive was found nearby in a stack of tires.
Experts suspect this will be a busier year than usual for bee removal and pest control professionals. Bees are a necessary part of our ecosystem. However, that doesn’t mean you want them in or around your home.
PROFESSIONAL BEE REMOVAL
Bee removal can be very dangerous. It is common for even seasoned professionals to get stung during the removal process. If you have a bee problem near your home or business, our best advice is to hire a wildlife professional who understands the biology of these insects and can remove them in a safely, and effectively.
A bee removal should never place your family or pets at risk, that’s why we always treat your house or property like it was our own. Dallas Fort Worth Wildlife Control’s bee removal process is conducted differently than other pest control companies. Our bee removal services are done 100% organically, without the use of harsh chemicals that can put your family at risk.
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