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Young's Bury BumbleBee Control Treatment
During the summer months, bumblebees can become a real nuisance, however, new studies have shown that in 2001 a new type of invasive species, tree bumble bees, had been spotted in the New Forest and was growing at a rate of 12,000 sq km per year. Their population has now reached a record high as of 2014, posing a serious threat not only to local wildlife but, as an infestation on your property, a threat to your structure and residents. Luckily, here at Young's, we provide a guaranteed, same day treatment at a fixed price.
What Kind of Danger can Tree BumbleBees and Regular Bees Cause?
Other than the obvious danger of stings, which can cause anaphylactic shock in some, bees can carry a number of diseases which, when considering that the average nest can contain hundreds of bees, poses a serious health risk to inhabitants of the property. Not only this but without the Bury bumble bee control we provide these insects have been known to cause structural damage to properties, resulting in expensive repairs.
Spotting a Nest
Everyone recognises the hexagonal pits symbolic of bumblebees and their honeycombs, yet these may not necessarily be visible from the outside. Bees have been known to build their hives in all sorts of inconspicuous positions. Birds nests, burrows, rooftops, attics and trees are all possible spots for an infestation. A good idea for finding the hive, if you suspect you may have one on your property, is to follow a couple of the bees; before long you will have found that they quite regularly trace their way off in a similar direction before returning the same way again. It is a good bet that around there will be the nest. Make sure you look in all possible areas at all possible heights and after having spotted it make absolutely sure you do not disturb the nest as this will aggravate the insects, particularly if they are tree bumble bees.
How to Deal with a Nest
Bury bumblebee control and bumblebee removal should only ever be performed by a professional. A DIY attempt will not only cost you more money long term but runs a serious risk of re-infestation and the possibility of injury to yourself, as disturbing the nests will trigger the hive's defence mechanisms.
Here at Young's, we have the experience, insurance and training to provide effective bumble bee control:
- We guarantee our work. If we do not get them the first time, our second visit is completely free.
- We can get to you within 24 hours.
- We are discreet and use unmarked vans.
- We only ever charge a fixed fee for our work which means there is no call out charge.
For effective Bury bumblebee control, there really is a no better option than Young's.