Honeybees will generally only sting you if they feel you are threatening them or disrupting their home. In a situation where you need bee removal and relocation from your home, disruption is an unavoidable aspect of the job. You may be tempted to shift straight into panic mode and run to the closest store, buy up all the bug spray, and rush back to re-stake your claim on your home and put things right again with your world. However, the best course of action is to call us at Florida Bee Removal instead for a few important reasons:
- Approximately 1 to 3% of the population will experience what is known as an anaphylactic reaction causing symptoms such as headaches, nausea, diarrhea, hives, dizziness, trouble breathing and associated symptoms. Some of these people will never have reacted badly to a sting before. So, in short, it is better to let us use techniques for subduing and transporting live bees than to attack them yourself.
- If you find bees nesting in house walls and do not choose bee removal and relocation (but rather the bug-spray-buy-out approach), you run the risk of exposing yourself, your pets, and your family to a lot of unhealthy chemicals with no guarantee of success.
- Using an exterminator over bee removal and relocation could result in oversights such as leaving traces of honey behind which will lure the next bee swarm passing by to settle in your home and leave you facing the same problem again.
- Bees play a crucial role in the ecosystem we share with them. Florida Bee Removal aims to provide bee removal and relocation services which benefit you, the bees, and the world in which we all live!