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Bee Season Has Begun

Bee Season Has Begun

Bee season is approaching quickly, and it’s surprising how dangerous these little bugs can be! Bee allergies are becoming increasingly prevalent, and if you want to keep your family and property safe from their destructive influences, here are some quick tips for bee control on your property.

Identifying Bees

Bees are one of the most well-known household pests that you can encounter this spring. They can grow up to two inches long and are known for their yellow and black stripes. Many of them have antennae and stingers, but each species of bee is different. There are over 20,000 types of bees in the world, and many of them live in Arizona.  

You might notice a beehive on your property, but these can vary in appearance, so use caution. Whether it’s a beehive or another creature’s home, it may contain many potentially dangerous bugs, so it’s best just to leave it alone. 

Bees don’t just live in hives, though. Instead, you’ll want to make sure to check for both ground nests, which are complicated networks of underground tunnels that bees live in. 

Unfortunately, there’s one more spot you’ll want to check – your trees! Bees can also make tree nests, which can be taken from birds or mice to create a concerning hive of insect activity.

DIY Bee Pest Control

If you’re looking for the top ways to use a little bit of bee pest control in your home, you’ve come to the right place. The best way to prevent a bee problem is to seal up your home and outbuildings. While it might not get them off of your lawn, keeping your doors and windows closed tightly ensures that none of them get inside your home, and your family is safe inside. Furthermore, you should look into pruning your shrubbery and keeping your trees well-manicured, as that gives bees fewer places to nest. 

Bee Hive Removal For Your Home

If bee control is your priority because you already have a problem, call the professionals at ScorpionTech. With calm, courteous, and quick service, we’re the best bet for dealing with potentially disastrous infestations, and we can ensure your family and property’s safety while we deal with the threat. Keep your family safe this spring, and call ScorpionTech for all of your bee-based worries.

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