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Bee Control & Removal In Phoenix, AZ
Every Valley homeowner with flowers in their garden or yard will have some bees around pollinating. However, if you notice an uptick in bee population, or swarming behavior around a particular spot, you need to call in the pros at KY-KO Pest Prevention for a free bee inspection. Left untreated, beehives aren’t just a danger to yourself, your pets, and your neighbors, but they can actually damage you home if the hive is inside a wall or attic.
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Here are the most common locations.
Beehives can be found all around your home.
Walls & Attics
Bees often like to create hives inside garage walls or attics, where there’s warmth in the winter and shelter in the summer. Left untreated, bees and their honey create major problems for your home.
Sheds & Storage
Sheds and storage units outside provide bees with two advantages: one, they’re often left undisturbed, and they have shelter from the elements. Don’t open the shed if you think there are bees in it!
Trees & Bushes
This is where most homeowners and property owners often expect to find bees. If you notice an increased level of bee activity in your yard or around, look at the branches of nearby trees.
Old Tires & Wood Piles
Bees can build their hives just about anywhere. They like piles of firewood. If you have old tires on your property, bees love making their home inside, where they’re protected from the elements.
In the Ground
When it comes to forming a hive, bees are both versatile and resilient. They will find shelter and create nests in storm drains, in utility boxes, and in any other places they can easily access.
Vehicle & Trailer Storage
Bees will find shelter under vehicles and trailers that have been stored on your property for a length of time. It is the perfect spot with shade and limited access to predators.
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What are ‘killer bees’?
Here’s your guide.
Killer bees, also known as ‘Africanized Honey Bees,’ are an aggressive, highly territorial bee that has started to move into Valley neighborhoods.
Africanized Honey Bees are identical to most bees, but they live up to their moniker: they’ll pursue people and pets who get too close to the hive for miles, stinging over and over thousands of times. In the saddest of cases, this can even lead to death. Treat every beehive in your home or on your property with extreme caution. Never attempt to remove a hive yourself. Instead, call in the experts at KY-KO Pest Prevention so we can bring the right equipment and tools to safely remove the hive. Start by getting a free inspection from us. Click the button below or give us a call to schedule yours.
We’re the Valley’s bee experts.
Effective bee control starts with a plan.
We offer free bee inspections here in the Valley, not just to put homeowner’s minds at ease, but to also get a good idea of what our techs are up against. Much of the bee control plan we put together is dependent on the location of the hive, the aggression of the bees, and other factors.