Bumblebees are social insects that pollinate crops and plants. They can pollinate significantly faster than honey bees and cannot survive without flowering plants and trees. Their hives are usually located underground and much smaller than honey bee hives. Unlike in honey bees, the stinger of a bumblebee lacks barbs, so the bee can sting repeatedly without injuring itself. However, a bumblebee will usually only sting to defend its nest.
What we do
A-1 Bonded Termite specializes in safe and effective bumble bee removal treatments. When taking care of your bee problem, you can expect the utmost care and professionalism by our certified team of pest removal specialists.
A-1 Pest Control thoroughly inspects your property to properly establish what pests we are dealing with, and their colony size.
Once the pest is isolated we find ways to effectively remove the pest from your living area.
Once your pests are eliminated, we ensure they don’t come back.
Pest PREVENTION TIPS
If you suspect a bumblebee problem, call A-1 Bonded Termite, Inc. for a free inspection* immediately. This is the safest and most effective way to get rid of bees.
Your inspector will make recommendations to eliminate the infestation and make suggestions on how to correct conditions that may be conducive to re-infestations.
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Bumble bees are social insects that live throughout the United States and are considered valuable for their pollination abilities. They can pollinate much faster than honey bees. Once a bumble bee has visited a flower, they leave a scent behind that deters other bees from visiting the flower until the scent has diminished. They generally visit the same patch of flowers daily. Male bumble bees only collect nectar.
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Found throughout the US, bumble bees typically nest underground, but occasionally form nests patios, decks, and in attics if the conditions are right. Existing holes underground or piles of grass clippings, mulch, stones, and logs are all ideal locations for nests.