Professional Pest Control Services in Phoenix AZ can help when a nest of stinging insects is discovered on residential property or there is an indication of a nest inside the building. Homeowners can usually exterminate a small nest that is relatively new. However, when the structure houses hundreds, or even thousands, of the insects, the risk of being attacked and stung repeatedly is serious.
Property owners often don’t know what type of insect they are dealing with. There’s a tendency to refer to all those stinging critters as bees or hornets. Yet numerous species are in the general categories of winged insects that can sting. Just a few examples include paper wasps, yellow jackets, and carpenter bees. When an individual calls one of the professional Pest Control Services in Phoenix AZ and says there’s a problem with bees, the technicians will want to specifically identify the species before beginning a plan of action. They may be able to identify the insect by asking questions about the color, size, and features of the nest if it has been spotted.
Pest control workers generally don’t want to exterminate a honeybee colony unless this is essential for safety reasons. The main reason they do so is if the bees have built the hive between walls of a building or in the attic space. Otherwise, a bee-keeper may be willing or even eager to come in, capture, and relocate the little critters. Those insects are immensely valuable for pollination, and bee-keepers can sell the honey the bee colonies produce.
If the nest has been built by an insect in any of the wasp, yellow jacket, or hornet families, saturating the nest with pesticide in the evening is the best option. The bugs return to the nest before sunset, so all or nearly all of them will be eliminated by spraying after that time. Any that have not returned yet will enter the nest and be killed by the residual insecticide. Anyone who is dealing with an invasion of stinging insects needs a service such as A.S.A.P. Bee Removal, whose official website can be viewed at Beeremovalnow.com.
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