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There are more than 20,000 species of bees, of which only seven are recognised as honey bees. Bees are important in the pollination of plants including plant species important to humans.
Bee populations are vital to our ecosystem, but sometimes they end up in places where they simply aren’t wanted, such as around your home or workplace. That’s where our bee removal Perth services come in to help.
Our team of experts is well-equipped to safely and effectively remove bees from any location, ensuring that these valuable little creatures are relocated to a more suitable environment.
With a focus on humane practices and a commitment to customer satisfaction, you can trust us to take care of your bee problem and provide peace of mind for you and your local bee population.
Bees have a short, rounded body with long antennae. The honey bee is easily distinguished from other bee species because of its orange-brown colour. Bees often come to be noticed when they are swarming, although they are generally non-aggressive at this time.
The queen bee can lay up to 2000 eggs in a day; these eggs are attached to the honeycomb “cell” with a strand of mucus. During early season, the eggs hatch into workers while in the late summer, some of the eggs are “fertilized” and thus grow into other queen bees which will start their own colony. The unfertilized eggs laid by the queen bee are male and are called drone bees and depending on the species, the life cycle of the bee can span across 16-100 days.
Generally bees aren’t aggressive except for when they are protecting their hive. Although not found in Australia at this time, the Africanised bee has earned the name “killer bee” due to its more aggressive nature. A honey bee will have to make about 1600 trips to collect nectar in order to make one ounce (28 gm) of honey.
Bee infestations in your property can be a serious issue, and it’s important to know the warning signs before it’s too late. One of the most apparent signs is the presence of bees swarming around your property. If you see a cluster of bees around a specific area, there’s likely a hive somewhere nearby. Moreover, if you notice bees flying in and out of a particular spot, it could mean that they have established a colony in your walls, roof, or chimney. Another indication is the presence of honeycomb or wax buildup. This signifies that they have been currently building and expanding the hive.
It is very important to be aware of these signs and act quickly, so you can protect yourself and your property.
If a person or pet is allergic to bee stings, a bee infestation can become a serious health hazard. Bees can also damage the structure of homes and buildings, as well as create a nuisance with their constant buzzing and presence.
Additionally, a bee colony can quickly become overcrowded and agitated, leading to more aggressive behaviour and a greater risk of stings. Therefore, it is important to take necessary precautions, by contacting a professional bee control service, to safely and properly handle a bee infestation near your living space.
Bee removal can be a tricky task to tackle, but luckily, we offer a variety of bee removal services in Perth to help keep you safe from any potential stings. Whether you’re dealing with a swarm of bees or a pesky hive, our team of experts has got you covered.
When it comes to bee removal in Perth, our team takes a thorough and careful approach to assess the situation and determine the best course of action.
Assessing the severity of the infestation is essential in crafting a removal strategy that is both effective and humane. Our team closely evaluates the bees’ presence and the extent of the hive’s location. By identifying the species of bee, we can better understand their behaviour and potential risks to both humans and the surrounding environment. This assessment informs the removal strategy, whether it be a simple relocation or a more comprehensive hive removal.
Our goal is always to find the most sustainable and responsible solution for both the bees and the client.
When it comes to bee removal in Perth, we understand that every situation is unique and requires a customized approach.
Our team of experts take into account factors such as the type of bees, the location of their hive, and the surrounding environment to develop a removal plan that is safe and effective. We use a variety of techniques including smoke and natural repellents to safely coax the bees out of their hive and relocate them to a new home away from human interaction. We also take great care in removing the hive without causing any damage to the surrounding area.
Our goal is to not only remove the bees but to ensure the safety of our clients and the preservation of our precious bee population.
After successfully removing the bees from your property, it’s important to avoid re-infestations.
We carefully remove the honeycomb and seal the entrance to ensure no bees return. Next, we thoroughly clean the area to get rid of any lingering pheromones that could attract new colonies. Lastly, we carry out any necessary repairs to fix any damage caused during the removal process.
We aim to not only remove the bees but also provide a long-term solution to keep your property bee-free.
Dealing with pesky pests in your home can be a nightmare, and when it comes to bee removal, the task can be even more daunting.
That’s where Chamber Pest Control comes in. With years of experience and a commitment to professionalism and customer satisfaction, our team is dedicated to helping you eliminate any pest problems you may be experiencing.
Please ask us about our Perth Total Extermination Plan which offers ‘on-demand’ protective services for specified pests in all areas inside and outside of your home. For termite inspections in Perth telephone:(08) 9313 2871 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about bee control.