Glossop Bees – A Seasonal Problem For Householders
Glossop bees in Charlesworth, Gamesley, Hadfield, Padfield and Simmondley are already causing problems to householders and businesses at this time of the year.
As with wasps, bees will aggressively defend their nest. The wasp, unlike bees which die after stinging, can sting multiple times. A Glossop bees nest can therefore be a danger to anyone who ventures near. The wasp is more likely to sting than a bee but even so you should always call out the professionals for a Glossop bees problem.
I have the right protective equipment and tools to do the job properly and more important safely. Inexperienced householders trying to eradicate a wasps or bees nest has resulted in many domestic fatalities from anaphylaxis.
Some of the most common types of bees in the UK are the Bumble Bee and the Honey Bee. Bumble Bees are rounder, larger and furrier and come with a variety of coloured stripes across the end of their tails. Nesting sites are normally found underground in abandoned burrows, under the decking, or in compost bins.
Honey Bees are providers of honey and are viewed with affection in the UK. They rarely present problems as pests, however, feral swarms can set up home in undesirable places such as chimneys and wall cavities. Honey Bees are small and vary in colour from golden brown to almost black. All the different types of bees in the UK require different methods of treatment.
As well as Glossop bees 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.