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Mossley BumbleBee Control Services

When bumblebees are flying around a meadow pollinating flowers they are a good thing, but when they are building a nest in the attic and buzzing loudly well into the night they are a pest. Don't take a risk with DIY bumblebee removal methods - call in the professionals at Young's Pest Control and take advantage of their Mossley bumblebee control services.

Leave it to the Experts

Bumblebees are a potentially dangerous pest species with a painful sting that can cause very serious allergic reactions in some people, requiring prompt medical attention. Many people are stung when they or someone nearby attempts a Mossley bumblebee control treatment without proper training and safety precautions, and other people are injured falling off of ladders trying to reach the nest to apply the Mossley bumblebee control treatment. Instead of risking a sting or other injury trying to manage the problem alone, call in the helpful pest control staff at Young's Pest Control. Their training, expertise and protective safety clothing keep them safe while they tackle the problem quickly and effectively.

Tree BumbleBees

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Bumblebee complaints have increased in recent years, thanks in part to the tree bumblebee which has come over from Europe. This species is more aggressive than other bumblebees and likes to nest in areas that are frequently used by people. Many people notice them around bird boxes or discover them when looking for the source of the mystery buzzing sound in the attic. Tree bumblebees will attack with relatively little provocation and are just as painful and dangerous as any other bee species.

Mossley BumbleBee Removal

Because bumblebees are important pollinators if it is possible to relocate a colony pest control experts will do so, moving it to a location away from people where it won't be a safety risk. With proper bee handling techniques and protective gear, this can be done safely and quickly, but should not be attempted by untrained individuals.

When physical relocation is not possible, chemical pesticides must be used. These must be applied properly, often at very close range, in order to be effective, but getting close enough use these products properly can be dangerous for the inexperienced. These treatments must also kill the queen, or the colony will just come back.

Calling in bee control experts is the only way to guarantee that the problem is dealt with permanently and as safely as possible.