Having bees invade your space and begin growing their hive within the walls of your home or business can be extremely frustrating. Not only do bees sting, they also are able to cause thousands of dollars of damage to the structure of buildings, leaving home and business owners to foot the bill. A problem many people with bee infestations face is that once they successfully remove the bees from their space, the bees return. At Armor Pest Control Services in Houston, TX, our bee removal and relocation experts have the most effective solutions for removing bees from your space and keeping them out! At the first sign of a bee infestation on your property, schedule an appointment with our team!
What Attracts Bees Back To Your Space?
Honey bees are the most difficult bees to completely remove, without having a new colony come in and take their space. Many people wonder what could possibly make their home or business so conducive to storing a colony of bees and while there may be multiple factors that contribute, the biggest one is the smell. Whenever a colony of bees is looking for a new place to call home, they will seek out places with sweet smells that fit their special needs. If honey bees have recently inhabited the inside of a wall, or other structure, they chose this place because it fit their special needs. However, the biggest contributing factor to the bees’ return is the smell. When you have bees removed from your space, you will need to ensure that all traces of honey have been completely cleaned and removed, in order to start fresh. This is also good practice due to the fact that sweet honey may lead to other pests finding their way into your home or business.
The dedicated team of bee removal experts at Armor Pest Control Services in Houston, understand how difficult having bees take residence inside of your property can be. This is why we work with you to find the most immediate and long term solutions for your bee infestation. Our top priority is helping you eliminate any current pests from your space, while also forming a long term plan to prevent them from returning. When bees find their way into a building, it will be important to seal the building and repair any damage done to it, including removing all traces of honey, in order to prevent the return of these burdensome pests.