Safe, Professional Bee and Wasp Removal Services in the Finger Lakes Region, NY
If you’ve noticed bees, hornets, wasps, and yellow jackets around your home or place of business, you may be concerned about an infestation. While many bees are harmless and are actually good for the environment, some can pose a danger to your family, employees, or customers. Hornets, Yellow Jackets, and Wasps all can cause painful stings, and are the most common types of bees you want removed. Unlike bumblebees who die once they sting you, these dangerous stinging insects can sting you multiple times causing some cause for alarm. All Seasons Pest Control provides pest control and bee removal services to homes and businesses in the Finger Lakes area.
Signs of an Infestation
There are over 4,000 species of bees in the U.S., and they play an important role in agriculture and our ecosystem. However, bees and other stinging insects may seek out a safe, protected location for their hive, which could be in your backyard, under your deck, or even in the walls of your home. In fact, carpenter bees drill into wood surfaces where they nest, which could cause significant damage to a home if their population is allowed to prosper.
If you are worried about an infestation, the first step is to properly identify the bees or stinging insects that have made a home on your property. Some types of bees, such as honey bees, are also protected under federal law, so it’s important to contact a professional to have the beehive safely removed and relocated.
Bee and Wasp Control
Since some bees and wasps can cause structural damage, and some people are severely allergic to them (not to mention their stings are painful!), it’s important to have a professional assess your bee situation to determine if they pose a danger. If removal is necessary, this is certainly not a “do it yourself” job, and most at-home treatment options will only get rid of some of the bees, so the problem will only grow. Our technicians will inspect your property and create a customized treatment plan based on our findings, and we’ll continue to provide treatment until the problem is solved.