Hire Us For Expert Wasp Or Bee Removal In Epping
Having bees and wasps around you or on your premises whether residential or commercial leads to discomfort in many ways. We provide you with bee & wasp removal and control services in Epping. Our bee and wasp removal Epping team will take care of the bees’ hives and wasps’ nests in your house. As bees are good for the ecosystem, our team will help you to remove and relocate bee-related nuisance rather than destroying them.
Our bee pest control team will customise the removal process according to the infestation on your property. And same will be with wasp treatment. Rely on our professionals for removing bees from the house or removing wasps’ nests. So, get in touch with us and call us at 03 4050 7720 for bookings.
We Remove A Variety Of Bees And Wasps
The different types of bees and wasps that we tackle through our services of bee and wasp removal Epping are:
- Bumble Bee
These are ½ to 1 inch long and are very familiar as they are always buzzing around. And are in fuzzy yellow and black in colour. These generally inhabit their nests in the void of walls, in old rodent burrows, and under porches.
- Carpenter Bee
Unlike bumblebees, these stay individually. These lookalikes of bumblebees only have an all-black shiny abdomen. The female chew about ½ inch diameter into the wood and lays eggs there. While the male guard the nests.
- Honey Bee
They live in large colonies having about 50,000 individuals. These are ½ inch long and are hairy and honey brown in colour. They have such a large colony because they can survive in winters. And during spring the queen flies with half of the colony to a new place.
These notorious creatures have shiny yellow and black striped abdomen. Their colony have up to 3000 wasps in them. They are often mistaken for bees. These create their nests in the form of a paper envelope. These nests are present in crawlspaces, wall voids and attics. They sting very bad when disturbed.
This is actually a larger yellowjacket species that are ¾ inch long. Their colonies have up to 700 wasps. These are black and white in colour having a white face.
- Paper Wasps
These are common types of wasps. Also known as umbrella wasps because their nets are in the shape of umbrellas. Their largest nests have up to 75 wasps including the larvae and pupas developing within the cells.
Our Process Of Handling Bees And Wasps in Epping
The various steps that our team uses for affection bee and wasp removal Epping are:
- Inspection For Nests And Hives
Firstly, after you book our service, our bee exterminators will reach your house for a thorough inspection which is a very important step in the process. In this, we will inspect every area of your property for nests of bees and wasps. The type of bees and wasps present and the level of infestation will also be looked for. Afterwards, we will prepare a report with all these details for further treatment.
- Removal Of Bees And Wasps
After the inspection, our team will start with the extermination process. Using various ways whether chemical or non-chemical, pesticides, and chemical sprays our team will eliminate all the bees and wasps present.
- Removal Of Nests And Hives
Our wasps’ exterminator will then remove the nest from your house and will dispose of it properly. And for the bee nest removal, we take extra care measures so that they are not affected as they are a very important part of the ecosystem. Therefore our team handle and remove them with care.
- Final Inspection
Once all this is done our team will inspect your property again for the final touch. As the infestation is in hundreds so there are chances that some of these are left behind after the whole possess.
How Do Bees And Wasps Construct Their Hives And Nests?
Every spring bees and wasps start building their nests as their nests cannot stand winters. They follow the following steps to build their nests:
- Firstly, the queen bee starts hunting for a place where they can build their nest for the following months.
- After spotting the place she moves to that place with worker bees for building the nest.
- They use worn wood, chew it, and mix it with their saliva until it turns pulp like matter.
- Then using this pulpy material she starts building the nest and all the worker bees help to shape it into a hexagon.
- Once the nest is made they will leave the place after laying eggs and move to another place to make a new nest.
- Their nests look like umbrellas and are hung in spots like eaves, porches, trees, ranches and railings.
- And nests of wasps are common to find on walls, rooftop spaces, attics, and ports.
To Get Bees And Wasps Control Service On The Same Day In Epping Contact Us
If you are looking for a bees and wasps nest removal service for the same day then you can book an appointment with us. We provide you with affordable bee removal costs in Epping. When you book our same-day service our team will reach you within an hour or so of your booking. Therefore, you can rely on us for effective bee and wasp removal Epping services.
Yes, our team is available 24/7 for bookings and offers services on weekends (including Sundays).
Yes, wasps and bees are different from each other. Firstly, they are different in appearance. Secondly, wasps are carnivores and eat insects, while bees only feed on nectar and pollen.
Yes, bees can chew through the drywall. And many homes are built by drywalls. Therefore their eradication becomes important.