Everyone recognizes the important and critical role bees play in our ecosystem, but when they establish a colony on your property, what serious risks could this represent to you, your family, and your pets.
Here are some of the risks and consequences of allowing a bee colony to thrive on your property:
- Bee Stings – Bee stings are not only painful, but they can also be life-threatening, for those individuals who are allergic to bee venom. If you have a bee infestation on your property this can increase the likelihood of bee stings, especially if the bees feel threatened.
- Structural Damage to your property – Bees can cause structural damage to your property by building hives in walls, roofs, and other hard-to-reach areas. The hive will continue to grow as the size of the cavity allows it. Over time, this can significantly grow in size and the weight of the hive and honey can cause damage to the structure, leading to costly repairs.
- Honey Damage – If a beehive on your property is not removed, the bees will continue to produce honey, which can seep into walls and floors, causing damage and attracting other pests like ants and rodents.
- Increased Pest Activity – The honey produced by the bees will serve as a food source for other pests, such as mice, rats, and roaches. If the bee colony is not removed and continues to thrive on your property this will attract these pests, creating additional problems for you to deal with.
- Legal Liability – Having someone being stung by a bee on your property, could held you liable for any damages or injuries caused specially those allergic to the bees venom. Result in costly lawsuits and legal fees.
If you currently have a bee infestation in your property we recommend immediate removal, it’s important to contact professional live bee removal service as soon as possible to safely and effectively remove the bees. By taking prompt action, you can protect your property and ensure the safety of your family and pets. We offer free inspections give us a call 619-654-6461.