There’s nothing worse than realizing that there are bees in your home as they aren’t just causing nuisance but also, their presence in your property is quite dangerous. Normally, you can only open your window or door to shoo them away of your property but there are scenarios in which you do have an infestation.
Homeowners can do the bee removal on their own but there are times to which a professional bee removal is what need by the hour. One species of bee that you have to worry on is the carpenter bees. While these bees are not stinging people, they are causing damage to woods as they make holes in it. The yellow jacket wasps are another type of bee you should be aware of.
These two particular types of bees want to get into spaces between corners and walls of your house so trying to exterminate them can be a laborious process. Locating the nest is the first move that pros do in dealing with such problem. For wasps, you have to look up in corners outside your home or even on the interior particularly on the porch. Assuming that you are suspecting carpenter bees, then tap on the walls and listen closely to check if there is faint buzzing sound. If you see bees in your house, observe where they go and hope that they will point you back to their nest or hive.
Say for example that there are wood parts in your house that are powdered, then there is a possibility that you are infested by carpenter bees. There are occasions that you will find brownish drops on walls around the created hole. In an effort to eliminate this problem, what bee removal specialists do is using caulk and putty in order to seal the holes because bees are not burrowing out.
In an effort to eradicate the nest of yellow jacket wasps, you’ll have to wait until dusk in which the bees have already returned to their nest and their reflexes aren’t as fast as they’d be throughout the day. To avoid being stung out of the blue, it is highly recommended to wear protective gears. One simple way that you can do this is to hold a burning paper and put it at the entrance or below the nest. This will irritate the bees and as a result, force them to leave it. Wait until they are all gone and when it happens, that’s when you must take action and destroy the nest by burning or smashing it. And if you want an alternative approach, you can utilize an insecticide.