Typically a bee hive will rest on a shrub for a few days before moving on. If the bees are inside the roof vent, wall, eave, attic or chimney, the sooner you have them removed the better. If you aren't sure what kind of bee you're dealing with, stop by the bee identification chart.
An essential part of bee removal is to remove the nest, otherwise you may have a recurring problem. Bees use their wings to keep the honeycomb cool throughout the day. Once a colony of bees is eradicated or extracted, the honey will melt into the structure if it is not removed. This can cause noticeable stains and other damage. Perhaps more importantly, the old hive may attract rodents, moths, and other insects. In addition, if the bees are not removed, the smell attracts new bee colonies that infest both the same location and other areas of the structure.For more information, stop by the bee removal home page. For specific self help details, visit our page on how to get rid of bees. We provide free estimates and same day service in New York City. If you have any questions be sure to call, we are always happy to help. We provide bee removal service in Manhattan, Staten & Long Island, Queens, Nassau, Westchester, West Village, Orange, Putnam, Duchess, Ulser, Greene, Colunia, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Montgomery, and Albany County. For Jersey visit our new jesey bee removal page for help with a bee problem.
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