For most of American history, the honey bee has been a welcome part of the community. They were a “keep to themselves” group of insects that flew around literally beautifying the world. They fly from plant to plant, flower to flower, spreading pollen and allowing for plant reproduction and they work to convert pollen into delicious and natural sweetener honey. They were always a little scary with their stinger that detaches and is left in the body pumping poison into its target but even so, this was a rare even which happened more by accident than by a rule.
Then something terrible happened and a aggressive, hive minded strain of bees was released into nature from a laboratory and quickly, with almost nothing that could be done, all bees became “killer bees.” Today’s bees are much more aggressive, much quicker to sting and once a sting does happen, a specialized chemical or hormone is released from the sting into the air attracting a vicious insurgence of its sibling bees to attack leading to situations where death is very possible especially if the recipient is allergic to the toxins.
What is even more interesting about the modern bee is that when a colony gets too big, they breakaway and fly off to find a new place to create a new home. This means that if a home is not properly treated with preventative product, that the bees in one day can make the eaves of your homes roof their new home. Many are astonished to wake up and discovery a large ball of bees huddled together right there by their front door who if somehow threatened, will quickly go on the attack and can very likely cause physical harm and danger. Our technicians have the equipment, the all natural remover and the skill to quickly disband these pests and return the home to tranquility.