Even though bees are considered a beneficial insect, we must remember that we live in a world in which flying insects are at home. Our homes, gardens, trees, pools, and more are all part of the bee habitat. In most cases, we are able to co-exist with bees and wasps without any problem. However, when bees, wasps, and hornets become a nuisance, or a threat; then it’s time to call the bee removal professionals at Village Termite and Pest Control.
When a bee colony is found in a building wall, the bees are either removed or killed when that process is complete the hive should also be removed. If the hive is not removed, the wax combs normally cooled by the bees will melt and allow honey to flow down through the walls. The unattended honey will become rancid causing orders and stains to walls and or ceilings. Worse yet the walls and ceilings can deteriorate or collapse resulting in expensive repairs. The unattended honey also attracts robber bees and wasps that may persist for several years. The dead bees will attract carpet beetles and other insects.