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(Okay, we're not going to really talk to them. We aren't the bee whisperers.)
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Have you seen bees going in and out of a hole in your property? Its only a few at a time. No big deal, right? Wrong! Inside the void they are entering is a hive containing thousands of bees you can't see. Call us today at (623) 980-1870 for a free quote and get it treated by a professional immediately!
Why Do I Have Bees?
Every year farmers in Surprise and the surrounding communities rent bee boxes to yield more crops. These bee hives will sometimes split off due to a lack of room, or leave their box entirely to find a new home. Unfortunately, often times these bees will set up shop in a nearby residential neighborhood. Although bees are essential to the ecosystem, there are times when treatment is necessary.
Dangers Of A Bee Hive
Bees can be extremely unpredictable. The simple vibration of a nearby lawnmower or rolling trash can may be perceived as a threat and provoke what was once a docile bee hive, to defend itself and attack. It is also not uncommon for an Africanized Bee hive ("Killer Bees") to kill off an existing hive and take over. Africanized Bees are EXTREMELY aggressive and an unsuspecting child or family pet could be on the receiving end
of a life threatening attack. We never ever recommend antagonizing a bee hive or attempting self treatment. Whether you choose 303 Pest Control to remove your bee hive or another company, hiring a trained professional equipped with the proper equipment to handle the job will save in costly medical bills due to attempting a self treatment (which are rarely ever successful).
Damage Caused By Bees
Not only does a bee hive present a danger, it can also be very damaging to a home or other structures. On average, a bee hive may contain from 10,000-60,000+ bees, and these bees have one job- to produce honey. During the summer months the bees rapidly beat their wings to keep the honey cool and add to their stock of honey. During the winter this honey will sustain the colony since it's too cold to forage and much of the vegetation had died off. The honey
left in a void after treatment will eventually be absorbed by drywall and wood, leading to mold and attracting other insects. Hives produce or attract wax moths, roaches, gnats and more that all want to feed on the honey, while possibly leaving an extremely foul odor.