Virginia Beach Bee Removal
Virginia Beach Bee Removal is a service that is often needed by homeowners that do not want to directly deal with the stinging insects or may be allergic to them. Our Wildlife technicians commonly deal with stinging insects such as bees, wasps, and hornets. These stinging insects will make nest on homes and buildings, and we provide services to remove bees, wasps, hornets, and bees nests.
Typically when a person says bee removal in the State of Virginia they in fact mean wasp removal, wasps make up over 55% of stinging insects in the State of Virginia. Yellow Jackets, Paper Wasps, and Hornets both Bald Face and European Hornets are members of the wasp family. There are very few members of the bee family which actually are a nuisance to humans and their homes and buildings.
It is important to properly identify the particular bee species living near your home, as bees are often mistaken for wasps due to their similar physical characteristics. There are different elimination processes for wasps and bees, so effective treatment relies upon proper identification. When using any method of bee control, it is also necessary to know effective application strategies, as well as the limitations and dangers associated with each method.
Our highly trained Wildlife Technicians will locate the bees nest and remove it. Once it is removed, our professionals will clean and repair, and seal the affected area to prevent further infestation. The only way to rid your home of bees is to remove the hive entirely. This task requires the correct tools and strategy. If you are having trouble with any type of Stinging Insects including bees and wasps please give Animal Control Solutions a call today at 757-777-9846! We have a very proactive approach to taking care of these nuisance Stinging insects!
Nesting sites at home:
- Holes or cracks in building walls
- Holes in trees
- Underneath mobile homes
- Drainage pipes
- Flower pots
- Old tires
- Bird houses barns or sheds woodpiles
- Playground equipment
Recreation area nesting sites:
- Tree hollows
- Piles of rocks
- Rotted or hollow logs
- Underneath picnic tables
- Park shelters
- Park trash cans,
- Stacks of firewood
- Hunting blinds
- Bird houses
- Wind mills
- Bees are some of the most feared insects due to their ability to sting and their great mobility
- Only female honey bees sting, the males do not.
- The only bees that die after they sting are Honey bees. Wasps and yellow jackets on the other hand are able to sting repeatedly
- Bees are only able to sting once because the stinger of the bee remains in the victim’s skin. When the bee moves or is scraped away, the stinger is jerked from the bee’s body along with their venom sac causing their death
- During chillier seasons, worker bees can live for nine months. But in the summer, they rarely last longer than six weeks. They literally work themselves to death