Bee Pest Control Treatments
There are over 200 types of Bees in the UK! Contrary to popular belief bees aren’t actually protected and can be treated, however, they are endangered so we’d always recommend exploring all other avenues before considering eradication, especially as they pose no danger if left unprovoked.
Eraserpest are highly knowledgeable when it comes to controlling bees in and around Cambridgeshire, Essex and Suffolk, we come across them daily, so you know you will be in safe hands!
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How to get rid of bees?
Eradication should always be last step in dealing with bees. First step would be in considering leaving them alone, after the summer season most bees will go away and not return the following year, by the time a colony has become obvious its activity will be about to decline naturally. In most cases a nest can simply be left alone but in cases where they appear in bushes, tress or sheds then relocation is the next best option. Only in situations where the nest location is dangerous and removal is not possible should eradication be seen as an option.
Our bee control treatments follow a 3-step programme
- Carry out a professional survey to work out where the bees are located.
- Use the appropriate steps to determine the best method to deal with the bees.
- Advise you on the proofing measures needed to prevent the bees from causing you any more problems and carry out any work needed.
As a part of a responsible pest management industry, we’ve pledged to educate customers on the benefits of bees as pollinators, their behaviour and their lifecycle – before taking any lethal action.
We offer a range of bee control treatments across Cambridgeshire, Essex and Suffolk from one off visits to contracts for homes, businesses, equine and agricultural premises.
Helpful information on Bees
What to do while bees are active
- Keep your distance
- On warm days bees will be more active – this is completely normal process
- Enjoy them – bees are fascinating
Can I prevent bees from nesting?
- There’s not much that can be done to completely prevent bees from setting up home in or around your property
- Keep an eye out for bee activity, like nest building, in the middle of spring – early detection of bees can make relocation much easier
- Alternatively, just leave them alone! They will naturally go towards the end of summer
How much does bee control cost?
For a quote on bee pest control across Cambridge, do not hesitate to contact us via email at email@example.com or call us on 07572 458216.