Bumblebee Hive Removal £69.50
Bumblebee Hive Removal £69.50

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Compstall Bumblebee Hive Removal

Bumblebees are not great to have around kids and pets. Bumblebee nests get bigger over time, so it'sCompstall Bumblebee Nest Removal best to get rid of them before they get out of control; if the nest is left alone, you could be dealing with an infestation in no time as these creatures will continue to reproduce. They are especially dangerous to unsuspecting kids and pets who will go closer out of curiosity, and once they are deemed a threat to the nest, they will be stung multiple times by numerous bees. The problem escalates if you or anyone in your household is allergic to their venom. This could trigger Anaphylactic shock, and this could be deadly, so avoid unnecessary circumstances and contact Compstall Bumblebee hive removal expert. 

We will send out a Bumblebee exterminator to get rid of Bumblebees.

Bumblebees are known to make themselves known around your home. They enjoy most places, to name a few, roof spaces, garages, attics, cracks in the walls, crevices, compost heaps, home insulation, even cavities in the trees or your home; they even nest in the ground. But unfortunately, they can be very aggressive when defending themselves. Hence, the best way to avoid stings is by understanding them a bit, and the following information on a few types may help.

Moss carder bumblebees and red tail bees are two of the many types of bumblebees. They are both about the same size, between 1.5 and 2 inches long. Moss Compstall Bumblebee Nest Removalcarders are typically black with some yellow on their heads, while red-tails have mostly orange-red fur with some black on their backs. They both nest in the ground, either in an abandoned rodent hole or in a specially created underground chamber. The females lay their eggs there, and then the larvae hatch and feed off stored pollen and nectar until they pupate. Both these bumblebee species are generally considered quite docile and will only sting if mishandled. They live in colonies of around 50-200 individuals.

The Heath bumblebee is a bee that usually only nests in areas where its food plant, heather (Calluna vulgaris), grows. It collects protein from pollen and nectar sources while drinking water from lakes, ponds or streams.

Although they are at risk of predation while foraging, the Heath bumblebee lives in temperate climates with few specialized predators who could pose a significant impact on their colonies.

The Bombus lapidarius is otherwise known as the Red Tail Bumblebee. This bee lives for 1-2 years and usually nests out in the open, often constructing its nests on attics or piles of wood chips. The colonies range from 3000-to 5000 bees per colony. 

While they are extremely aggressive in protecting themselves against an attacker, they outright will not attack unless provoked.

If you've seen a bumblebee nest in your home, the best thing to do is contact an expert like CompstallCompstall Bumblebee Nest Removal Bumblebee nest removal service near me. They can help get rid of bumblebees and remove their hives safely so that you don't have to worry about them coming back into your house again. Make sure not to use DIY products or methods because they may be ineffective for getting rid of bees.