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While bees play a very important role in the environment, an infestation at home or in the workplace can be incredibly unnerving. We understand that your natural reaction may be to 'get rid' if you have an infestation, but please do call Prokill instead. As you may know bee population numbers have reduced dramatically in the UK over the last decade which causes a big problem because we rely on these insects to pollinate many different types of flowers, fruits and vegetables.
To ensure you are dealing with your problem with bees quickly and effectively we recommend you contact us as soon as possible, we will guarantee that you receive the following service to deal with your ant infestation and eradicate the issue.
After hibernating throughout the winter, bees will typically emerge in the spring once the weather warms up and plants start to flower again. They remain active throughout the summer and autumn which is when they’re most likely to become troublesome.
Even though you’re unlikely to see them during the winter months, bees can still be a problem at this time of year because they may be nesting in your loft, garage or even quiet, undisturbed areas of your home or office.
It’s also during winter when the queens form new colonies by laying eggs inside the honeycomb. Honey bees can lay as many as 2,000 eggs within a single day so as you can imagine, infestations can get out of hand quickly.
Please don’t try to remove a bee nest yourself. Bees will become aggressive when threatened and while one sting may be uncomfortable, multiple stings can be dangerous – especially if you or someone else has an allergy.
Signs of a bee infestation:
Your local Prokill Professional will provide you with advice like this and more in your FREE Prokill Pest Audit, as well as creating a comprehensive control plan that is specific to your problem and environment. Contact us to book yours today!
There are more than 250 different species of bee in the UK. Below we highlight some of the most common.