Honey Bee Control
Honey bees are vitally important to the environment and play a significant role in our economy. Natural and manicured areas attract bees looking for resources such as hive-building material, nectar and pollen.
When disturbed, these otherwise seemingly docile creatures can attack. An unsuspecting worker can quickly be surrounded by angry bees as they defend their hive. This is particularly dangerous when a worker is unaware that he or she is allergic to bee stings. But even someone not allergic to bee stings can succumb to the impact of stings if too many are delivered. If help is not nearby, a serious health crisis – even loss of life – is possible.
Aggressive Africanized honey bees are present in the southern states we serve, and disturbing an Africanized hive can also be life-threatening. Because of our expertise with aggressive bees, many general pest control companies call on Trutech® to handle these dangerous situations.
If not properly removed and treated, bees will continue to rebuild hives all over your property.
Bee removal is a delicate task and must be done properly. When planning bee treatment and hive removal, our teams consider the time of day, your workers’ schedules and other variables to minimize your liability during the process.
Because honey bees are beneficial to the environment, under certain circumstances, they are protected by the EPA. Our trained professionals understand the regulatory guidelines pertaining to bee removal and treatment – as well as your liability concerns – and can help you navigate a workable solution.
Our technicians assess every situation and provide you with options, along with cost comparisons. While live honey bee removal is preferred, it is not always possible. When feasible, our teams will work with our network of local beekeepers to relocate the hives.
Because bees often return, our team is focused on providing a permanent, quality solution to your bee problems.
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