Spring originated, wild flowers bloom and the gardens around Perth buzzing with busy little bees make two very important jobs: DISTRIBUTION pollen, and make delicious honey. Bees form an important part of the ecosystem, but, unfortunately, all that sweetness comes with more than a little shook! The presence of bees in or around the home can be harmful, painful, and for people with allergies, is very dangerous. Hives can also cause damage to your property, damage to the paint and masonry. In short, these buzzing little friends are fantastic for the planet, but not great to have as close neighbors. Our cost-effective solutions for the treatment of bees primarily involves removal of the hive – if available – and moving it to a more suitable home for ever. By doing so, we can keep your home safe, protecting the bee population of Western Australia – a win-win for people and bees alike.

Bees buzzing

Here, in Western Australia, there are about a thousand species of bee, from the ubiquitous European honey bees in Australia’s Blue-banded Bee, and far, far more. Most of these species can not sting people because they are too small to do so. But there are a lot of stinging bees in Perth and across Washington.

They can be a nuisance especially in the spring months, as this time of year. They are likely to climb, and the swarms are often found around (or even!) Your home. From dodging bees while hanging the laundry to be surprised to find uninvited tenants make their hives in your brickwork or around open windows. Many homes in Perth to find every year that these useful, but harmless insects are too close for comfort.

Why bees swarm

Royascheesya is a fascinating process, as long as it does not occur near your home! It is a natural part of the life cycle of bees, which occurs as the weather warms and expands colony. Bee colonies have only one queen, and can have thousands of worker bees at this time of year. The Queen is crucial for the survival of the colony by emitting “queen pheromone,” which basically holds the colony together. But in the end, as the colony gets bigger and bigger. Not all workers have the opportunity to gain access to the queen, causing the colony to the need for a new queen.

When this happens, the old queen will fly off with a piece of the old colonies, to create a new colony. So you see, it is a swarm of worker bees surrounding their precious queen, because they are looking for a new home.

That is fine when it is your home apart.

Now what?

If you find yourself with a swarm of arms, it is important not to try to deal with it yourself. These bees are on an important mission to protect their queen, and to establish a new colony. And while their focus is on finding a new nest, and they really do not want any problems. They can (for obvious reasons!) To defend themselves if they feel threatened. Attempting to move the flock of their own accord, or to destroy it, can be very painful mistake.

Swarms often move on quickly – within a few days, or even a day. Remember that the bees die when they sting people, so they do not want to hurt you. Thus, a sensible move under normal circumstances can be just to exercise due caution and stay away from their paths.

But in some cases they may also decide that your home is now their home, settle down and make yourself comfortable – which is much less than ideal situation of cohabiting. So, if “normal circumstances” does not apply – may bee you are concerned, they have been around for a few days and does not seem to go anywhere, you have allergy sufferers in your home or your dog thinks it’s exciting new toy – it’s time to get in the experts.

We do not destroy: we relocate

As we already mentioned, bees play a very important role in the ecosystem here in Western Australia – and in fact, all over the world. With the deadly diseases of bees decimating the population of bees in most parts of the world, and Western Australia, thankfully free of many of these diseases, we are fortunate to live in a state where the bees still flourishing as they carry out their important work for the dissemination of pollen that our flora has to survive (which provides food for the most part of our fauna, in turn).

Here at Pesti pest control, we love and respect the bee. But we are well aware of how painful and even they can be dangerous.Our cost-effective solutions for the treatment of bees primarily involves removal of the hive – if available – and moving it to a more suitable home for ever. By doing so, we can keep your home safe, protecting the bee population of Western Australia – a win-win for people and bees alike.

What can you do

There you can take to make your home less attractive to bees on a mission to find a new place to settle. Bees like to build nests in small cavities, so plugging any cavity wall.

They are also lovers of organic debris such as tree branches, so remove them from your garden. You can also use naphthalene around the exterior of your home – they contain powerful pesticide that will send the package bee.

Bees are the bee’s knees!

You may have heard about the famous quote attributed to Albert Einstein, “If the bee disappeared off the face of the earth, man would have only four years left to live.” At that time, apparently, there is no evidence that the great scientists in fact it is said it’s so true in principle, because the words ring true: we need bees! Moving the hives at a suitable site, we can respect this fascinating and extremely important insect while keeping their loved ones safe and sound.

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