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You might be considering bumblebee removal if you have spotted a bumblebee nest on or around your property. You might even be considering making use of the many DIY bumblebee nest removal products in the market and attempting to do the job yourself, we strongly advise, however, that you never try to remove bumblebees by yourself. This is always a job that should be handled by professionals, who have the right products and the knowledge to do the job safely and efficiently. Contact us today, if you suspect that you have a bumblebee infestation so that we can discuss our bumblebee removal service with you.
Bumblebees, in general, are not aggressive in that they are unlikely to swarm unless their nest is threatened. You typically should not be afraid of having a bumblebee nest on your property and there can actually be some benefits of them being around your garden, in that they can help pollinate your flowers and fruits. Care should be taken, however, as the female bumblebees, including the queen and female worker bees, can and will sting if they feel their nest is being threatened. Indeed, female bumblebees can sting over and over again, unlike their cousins the honey bee who die when they use their sting. As such, it is essential that bumble bee removal is handled by professionals, who know how to handle bumblebees to prevent the dangers of multiple stings.
Bumblebees tend to be bigger and rounder than their cousins, the honey bee and they are also usually hairier. This difference in body shapes allow them to be out on colder days than other types of bees, looking for food, so you are likely to see bumble bees around much earlier and later into the warmer season. Indeed, the queen bumblebee usually begins to hibernate when the first frosts occur in late autumn and can be seen flying around as soon as the warmer weather begins in spring. The queen will begin to look for a site for her nest once she is out of hibernation, and this could be anywhere on your property from hedge bottoms, under stones or in your shed. The nests do tend to be small, usually around the size of a grapefruit and are made of wax and pollen.
Although bumblebees are relatively harmless and mostly the benefits of having them around outweighs the dangers, there are times when the location that the queen chooses for her nest turns the insects into pests. If you have a tree bumblebee infestation that is close to where children play, for example, or prevents you from accessing parts of your property then bumble bee nest removal may become essential. Call us today to discuss your problems through with us and we will be able to offer advice and information regarding how to deal with your infestation. We can discuss our service with you and arrange to visit your property to fully assess the situation and how to safely and efficiently perform bumble bee nest removal for you.