Many customers know that bees and wasps serve a function in the local ecosystem, yet they do not want these insects to build colonies around human habitations. We seek to educate the public on bees and wasps, so our clients can make informed decisions.
Bees have a slender body and cylinder-shaped legs. They have a shiny and smooth exterior, and they are often mistaken for wasps. There are several different signs of a bee infestation. The most obvious sign is the presence of a bee hive, which can be constructed in nearby trees or even on the building’s rain gutters.
They usually enter the home or commercial building through open windows, but it is also possible for them to find small cracks in the building as well. Bees can sting humans, but they normally only do so when provoked. However, some people have a severe allergic reaction to a bee sting, and it can cause them to require hospitalization.
Wasps have long and slender bodies, and they are predator insects. Their presence can be helpful in some cases because they feed on flies, crickets, insects and other bugs. However, when they get around humans, they can be a nuisance because they are attracted to sweet foods and drinks.