Bee Treatment Process
Step 1. Inspection of the Infestation
Inspections are key to determine the area of accessibility and the infestation, each home is different and needs an inspection to determine the best method of treatment. If a nest is found in the structure of the home, a treatment will be applied to eliminate the identified pest.
Step 2. Remove Accessible Bee Hives
Multiple bee hives can be the root cause of the infestation, any nest that is near the infestation or even on the property will need to be identified in the visible and accessible areas to ensure the bees don’t come back. If the bees are in a non accessible area and can’t be removed, we would apply a product to eliminate the bees.
Step 3. Application of spray Treatment
Concentrated on every problem area and common hive building areas, we will apply treatment solution to help eliminate the bees.
Step 4. Identify structural entry points
After we treat the bee infestation, we will double check your property and the structure for any concerning openings or entry points for bees. If found we will close these openings to help prevent future problems.
Types of Stinging Insects in California
Size: About 1/2 -to 1-inch in length.
Color: Generally small wasps with black and yellow stripes.
These bees will aggressively attack when their nest is disturbed, and can inflict painful stings. Unlike the honeybee, which stings only one time and then dies, a single yellow jacket can sting many times.
Size: Most species are about 1 inch in length, some may be as large as 1-1/2 inches.
Color: Many are reddish-brown or dark red. Some species are more orange, while others have varying bright stripes of red and yellow.
Most paper wasp nests are located in exposed areas beneath soffits, in the corners of windows, under awnings, under porches, and beneath decks.
Size: 1/2-inch in length.
Color: Golden-yellow in color with darker bands of brown.
Most everyone recognizes the honeybee common to any flowering garden. a colony will decide to nest inside a crawl space, an attic, a wall void, or a chimney in a home.
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Any nest or swarm found in the Inland Empire, CA area should be respected at a safe distance. Only experienced beekeepers and/or pest management professionals should be contacted to deal with colonies or swarms of bees / wasps. Never attempt to treat such nests without the proper training and equipment.