Bee Control

Bee Control – Now A Problem For Glossop Householders & Businesses

Bee control in Charlesworth, Gamesley, Hadfield, Padfield and Simmondley is an annual problem for both householders and businesses at this time of the year.

Bees will defend their nest aggressively and unlike wasps, bees die after stinging. Bee control is essential as their nest can obviously be a danger to anyone who goes anywhere near to it. With bee control always call out the professionals as many people have died from bee stings.

Bee Control

Bees Swarming Around Facia & Soffit Boards

As a pest control professional, I have the right protective equipment and tools in order to ensure proper bee control. It is essential to do the job properly and safely. Householders trying to eradicate a bees nest themselves has resulted in many domestic fatalities from anaphylaxis.

The Bumble Bee and the Honey Bee are the most common types of bees in the UK. The Bumble Bee is easy to identify, it is rounder, larger and furrier and has a variety of coloured stripes across the end of it’s tail. Nests can be found in a variety of places, underground in abandoned burrows, under decking, in compost bins and loft spaces.

As the name implies Honey Bees are providers of honey. They rarely present problems, however, swarms can set up home in places such as wall cavities and chimneys. Honey Bees are smaller and vary in colour from golden brown to black. In the UK different types of bees require different methods of treatment, which is why it is important that you call in a professional.

I can solve your bee control problem for a set fee, see price list. I offer a speedy service, usually within the hour. Give me a call on 07940 062670 my services are of course all fully guaranteed.

As well as bee control I also provide other pest control services in the Charlesworth, Gamesley, Hadfield, Padfield and Simmondley areas of Glossop as well as Tameside and Saddleworth.

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