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Levenshulme Bumblebee Hive Removal
If you have a garden, it's essential to be aware of the risks posed by bumblebee nests. A bumblebee nest in your garden can present many dangers to your family and pets, including stings and health problems. Therefore, it's essential to contact a professional Levenshulme Bumblebee Nest Removal service if you find a nest on your property. They will safely remove the nest and prevent any potential harm.
It is not uncommon to find a bumblebee nest in your garden. They are quite common in the spring and summer months. While these nests are generally harmless, there can be risks associated with having them in your garden. You may want to keep small children or pets away from the nest they could get stung by the bees if they are too close to the nest. Additionally, if you have a garden full of flowers and other plants, the bees may start to swarm around your house looking for food. This can be a nuisance, and it may also scare your guests. If you have a bumblebee nest on your property, it is vital to contact a professional Levenshulme Bumblebee Hive Removal exterminator to get rid of bumblebees.
Bumblebees release venom from their stinger when they sting. This venom can be fatal to people allergic or sensitive to it. In addition, they can sting more than once, making it extremely dangerous for people who live on the same property where a bumblebee has built its nest.
Bumblebees commonly nest in sheltered and dark places such as under roofs, in ivy or holly, in compost heaps, or sheds. Nests are often spotted in spring or early summer by seeing the nests entrance holes, which are pretty significant (1 - 1.5 inches) and rather like an inverted umbrella without a pointy bit out of soft material like moss, dry grass, straw etc.
Three of the most common bumblebees that infest gardens in the UK are the Buff-tailed Bumblebee, the Red-tailed Bumblebee, and the White-tailed Bumblebee.
The Buff-tailed Bumblebee is reddish-brown and has a buff coloured tail. It is the most common bumblebee in the UK. The Red-tailed Bumblebee is black with a red band on its bottom. It is commonly found in gardens. The White-tailed Bumblebee is mostly yellow or white, with a black tail. This type of bumblebee is much rarer than the other two. These bumblebees are often found nesting on properties across the United Kingdom. From April to October, they are very active, creating new colonies through swarms of reproductive males and females.
We offer hive removal services that will take care of the entire problem so you can relax and enjoy your home again. Don't try to solve the problem yourself with DIY products - they may not be safe or effective. Instead, leave it to the professional exterminators to get rid of bumblebees for you.