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Standish BumbleBee Control
Bumblebees are familiar insects that are often seen moving from flower to flower in early spring. Bees are important pollinators for wild and domestic plants, but when they set up shop in the attic or shed, or somewhere else a little too close to home, they can be a serious pest requiring professional Standish bumblebee control services.
A Growing Pest Problem
Bumblebees that nest in and around man-made structures can sting occupants and also block up ventilation openings and be a source of annoying noises. Many species of bumblebee will take advantage of these sheltered spaces, but the European tree bumblebee has a particular affinity for making nests close to people. Tree bumblebees are relatively new in Britain but have been making a nuisance of themselves by nesting at person-height in trees as well as in attics, walls, sheds and other human structures. This proximity to people makes them more likely to run afoul of their human neighbours, and their habits don't help the situation. Extremely sensitive to vibrations disturbing the nest, tree bumblebees are more aggressive than many other species. Often people don't even know they have a problem until a slammed door or dropped item causes enough vibration for an angry swarm to come boiling out of the nest in search of the intruder. Sometimes people notice the sentry bees that patrol the nest opening, and if they are lucky they notice the bees before the bees notice them.
Standish BumbleBee Removal
Living in a house with bumble bees in the attic or back garden is risky - stings are painful and can trigger serious allergies in some people - but trying to tackle the problem without professional help is even riskier. Not only does the risk of being stung increase if the nest is disturbed, but there are also issues of chemical contamination to contend with and the risk of falling off a ladder trying to reach the site of the nest.
The expert staff at Young's Pest Control are trained in Standish bumblebee removal techniques. They can correctly identify the species and take stock of the size of the nest to figure out which Standish bumblebee control treatment is best, and can then carry out that treatment in safety thanks to their training and protective gear. Get the job done right with the 24-hour service available from Young's.