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Crewe Bumble Bee Control Treatment
Bumblebees are a common insect that is often seen in early spring and are important pollinators for many plants. Despite their important role in the ecosystem however, they can cause serious problems for people when they build their hives in the wrong places. Tree bumblebees, in particular, can be serious pests that are difficult to get rid of. Although keeping bumble bees around is risky, attempting to remove them without training and safety gear is even more dangerous. The best method of Crewe bumble bee control is to let the professionals from Young’s Pest Control handle the problem.
Bumble Bees Are Pests
When bumblebees nest in the garden or around buildings, they become a nuisance for the people who use that space. Many species nest in holes in the ground and often go unnoticed until the nest is trampled and someone is stung. Other species nest in man-made objects and structures, or in vegetation. Bumblebee stings are painful and can be deadly to people with serious allergies to bee venom if they cannot get medical help fast enough. In addition to stings, bumble bees can produce irritating buzzing audible inside the building, and cause damage to structures.
Tree Bumble Bees
Tree bumblebees are a species of bee that has recently crossed over from Europe and is particularly fond of nesting in and around buildings, where individuals are likely to come into contact with people. Very sensitive to any disturbances of the nest, these bees are more aggressive than other species. They also have a tendency to nest in vents and can clog them up.
Crewe Bumble Bee Control
Professionals tackle the task of Crewe bumble bee removal by relocating the hive if possible and destroying it if relocation is not feasible. Both of these options are not recommended for inexperienced people and are better left to staff who have been properly trained. Handling a bumble bee nest involves a high risk of being stung, so protective clothing and training are needed. Accidental poisoning with Crewe bumble bee control agents and injuries involved with trying to reach an inaccessible nest are other risks.
There is also the stress and hassle of trying to figure out how to tackle the problem, and the uncertainty of not knowing whether it has been totally dealt with. Expert Crewe bumble bee control eliminates all these problems and is the safest and simplest solution to any bee problem.