Bee Identification and Hive Removal
The honey bee, compared to a wasp, has a hairy
body. The markings are brown, black, and yellow.
The bumble bee is a more robust bee and resembles
the carpenter bee. They are covered with setae (hair
or feather like). They are mostly black with one or
more bands of yellow satae.
Honey Bees often make nests inside walls. As with
above-ground Honey Bee nests, if accessible, the
nest and bees will be removed without harm to the
colony. The bumble bee will make nests
under-ground, again damaging lawns.
Nest removal is even more important in the case of
Honey Bees and should be completed almost
immediately due to the potential damage from
melting wax. Honey in the hive may also attract a
variety of other pests. The nest and queen will
be removed, intact if possible, and offered to local
beekeepers. The worker bees will follow their queen,
allowing effective control of Honey Bees without
harm to the colony. Contact Coppell based
Assassin Exterminating for your free quote and
The carbon dioxide you exhale alerts insects to your presence. If you are regarded as a
threat or if you smash an individual, a chemical danger signal will be emitted. Any
other members of the colony close enough to pick up this signal, will join in an attack
against the intruder - you. Obviously, this could be a very painful situation. It is also
possible to have and allergic reaction to the venom. Too many stings can be a danger
to anyone. Some Wasps attack an intruder's face or spray venom at the eyes, which
can cause blindness. Normal localized swelling can even be life-threatening when the
victim is stung near the throat.
Problems with Insecticides:
Pesticides can be dangerous when sprayed liberally or in poorly ventilated areas. They
should not be inhaled in large quantities or for an extended period of time. They are
also potentially flammable under certain conditions. Today's homes are well insulated
and may have central climate control systems that restrict fresh air exchange.
Filtration units do not intercept poisonous dusts used for indoor insect control.
Homeowners should be conscious of the residual affects of chemicals used within the
home. Wasp and Hornet spray is especially dangerous. The pressurizing component is
propane, a highly flammable gas that has caused house fires. The only way to safely
remove and eliminate stinging insect nests is to "Always Hire A Professional".
Please contact Assassin Exterminating today to schedule an appointment.
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|Warning: Nest Removal Should Never Be Attempted Without Proper Training!
Honey bees are without a doubt one of humanity's oldest insect friend. It is the most beneficial insect
in the agricultural community by being responsible for the pollination of more than 100 different types
of crops and about 80% of the food consumed by Americans. In addition, their production of honey
and beeswax has produced a lucrative market in our country. Unlike other stinging insects, the honey
bee can only sting once and will die shortly after. The bumble bee on the other hand, can sting
multiple times. Bumble bees are also beneficial as pollinators to certain crops and ornamentals.