It’s bad news just to know that there are bees buzzing around your house as they are not only nuisance but they can be a real threat to you and everyone else including your property. Most of the time, you can simply open your window or door and shoo them away but, there are instances that you’ll find that it isn’t just one bee rather, an infestation.
Homeowner may do bee removal on their own however, there are instances that it needs professional bee removal. If ever you see carpenter bees in your property, then you should be worried. Yes it’s true that these bees aren’t going to sting but don’t let it fool you because they can be destructive by boring holes in to wood parts of your house. Another worrisome type of bee you must watch out for is the yellow jacket wasps.
These said kinds of bees are those that are getting into the spaces between corners and walls and for that, it’s expected that their removal process is time consuming. The first step that professionals do in this regard is finding the nest. If you are seeing wasps, you’ve got to watch out for corners inside and outside your house most especially on porch. For carpenter bees, you may tap on walls and listen closely to see if you could hear faint buzzing sound. If ever you see bees in your house, you can observe where they go and hope that it’ll lead you to their hive or nest.
There is a high possibility that you have carpenter bees if you notices holes where wood appears to be powdered. As a matter of fact, there are situations to which in the hole created by these bees, there are brownish drops on it. What bee removal experts do is utilize caulk and putty to seal it up and get rid of it since bees will not try burrowing out.
You need to wait until dusk where bees have returned to their nest and are cooling down throughout the day’s work which is a perfect time in eradicating the nest of yellow jacket wasps. Be sure that you’re wearing protective gears in order to avoid being stung unexpectedly. One simple way that you can do this is to hold a burning paper and put it at the entrance or below the nest. This will irritate the bees and as a result, force them to leave it. After most of the bees have left, that’s when you have to execute your plan and get rid of the nest by smashing or burning it. You can even use an insecticide spray if you want to.