Green Pest Solutions – Bees

Bees can be a serious pest problem, especially for those that are allergic or have kids that play near their nests. There are absolutely times when you may need to remove a bee’s nest from your property. But there are times when keeping the nest, despite the sting risk, is the best solution.

If you encounter large numbers of bees in or around your home, they have likely made a nest somewhere on your property. Bees are useful creatures, but can turn into a pest problem if you can’t turn around without worrying that you might step on one. Locating your bees’ nest is the first step toward determining if you have an infestation.

It can be tough to keep your kids completely safe from pests, because kids will always be kids. But there are things you can do to protect your children at school, and of course regular pest control treatments can help your child stay safe from pests at home.

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As we approach the warm, humid days of summer, we know bees are on their way. There is a strict protocol one should follow when evaluate the Do's and Don'ts to Bee Safety.

In Eden Utah, Vic Bachman witnessed the largest beehive he had ever seen in his beekeeping career. With 12 feet in length, Vic Bachman removed a colossal beehive in the eaves of a cabin in Ogden Valley.

Stinging insects such as yellow jackets, hornets, wasps and bees are common summertime pests and their stings can be more than just a painful nuisance. One way to protect yourself and your family from stinging insects this summer is to ensure your property is free from hives and nests.

Occasionally pests invade the comfort of our living spaces and territories. Each species of unwanted guest harbors health or safety concerns for family members. Pests that keep appearing despite elimination efforts may require knowledgeable intervention on the part of a pest control expert.