Bees, hornets, and wasps are concerning enough when they’re buzzing around your Sunday picnic at the park. But when they build a hive or nest near your home or business, that’s when you really have something to worry about.
Bee hive removal is dangerous, but necessary for long-term pest control. As the nests grow larger, the queen’s workers will expand the nesting areas by excavating surrounding areas. Not only will the bee, hornet, or wasp infestation grow, it’ll lead to them to chewing through insulation boards, walls, ceilings, and floors – giving them unlimited access to your home.
Terminix Canada’s bee hive removal and wasp nest removal in Toronto, which can include bee, hornet, and wasp extermination services, makes getting rid of bee hives safe and simple for homeowners. Our pest control methods are the safest and most humane techniques in bee, hornet, and wasp extermination.
To begin with, we apply special wasp, hornet, or bee sprays to the entrances of nests in order to kill the bees and their unhatched larvae at the same time. From there, we block off the entrances of the nest until the extermination is complete.
If wasps are discovered nesting underground, we have environmentally-friendly insecticides that we’ll apply to bee hive and wasp nest openings.
Our bee hive, hornet nest, and wasp nest removal in Toronto takes care of those especially tricky hives concealed in the walls or attic of your home. The best way of getting rid of bee hives is to utilize our insecticidal dust into the hive area – another feature of our bee hive, wasp nest, and hornet removal service.
There are many old wives’ tales about getting rid of bee hives, but most of these folk methods are ineffective at best and outright dangerous at the worst.
For instance, taking a vacuum cleaner to a bee hive’s entrances is more likely to agitate the bees than to result in effective pest control. You take the risk of bees finding another exit from their hive to attack you, or not doing an adequate job of removing larvae, resulting in the colony rebuilding itself if another queen is born.
Likewise, DIY sprays made from boric acid, citrus or even petrol are not nearly as effective as the special bee and wasp extermination sprays that we use and can generate unwanted fumes. In particular, using a petrol based spray in the summer could easily result in a fire breaking out.
You can read more about the dangers of DIY wasp extermination and bee hive removal here, or simply contact our expert bee hive and hornet removal service today for safe, effective and environmentally-conscious bee and wasp removal in Toronto.
Rest assured, getting rid of bee hives is our passion and specialty.