Bee Control Perth

Having a problem with bees?  

Our pest control technicians are trained in the removal of bees, and we work alongside local apiarists to relocate and home bees across Perth.

Contact our dedicated Customer Service team today. 

“We’ll take your call, book you in and turn up on time.” 9443 9451

Bee Pest Control

Although beneficial for crop pollination and honey production, the honey bee can deliver a painful and for some people a very dangerous sting.

They can be aggressive if disturbed and will attack in large numbers. For most people even a single sting is a very unpleasant experience.

They sometimes nest in wall voids, under eaves and in sheds or any other darkened space that provides some shelter.

Bee Control Perth

Swarming bees are often seen in spring but there is little that can be done until they clump together, other than to avoid them.

They are likely to move on and settle high up in a tree and encounters with swarms are usually brief. If hives do form on or near properties and bees become a threat, home owners are advised to call a professional operator and not attempt to remove bees themselves. Wear shoes outdoors if bees are nearby

Bee Treatments

Bees play such an important role to the enviroment. Therefore in an effort to slow the drastically decling numbers of bees, where possible our pest control technicians will always attempt to capture bees, and work with local apiarists to safetly relocate them to a new home! 

In most cases we are successful in the safe relocation of bees, however if relocation isn't an option we will use an aerosol treatment. This treatment involves flushing the crevices and cracks. 

Once treated we are then able to remove the nest leaving you bee free.

 

Bee Facts

Bees are insects belonging to the order Hymenoptera (membrane wing) along with ants and wasps. They have evolved from wasps but have become specialised for feeding on pollen and nectar.

There are many thousands of species worldwide and they range in size from 2 mm to 40 mm in length. Some bees are solitary and some live in large social groups.

Australia has about 1500 native species, some of which are stingless, none are considered to be aggressive and only a few have the capacity to sting people. The native bees however are not well suited to crop pollination and the European honey bee has been introduced for pollination and honey production.

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