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Bee Control

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What Is a Bee Infestation?

No type of bee in the UK is a protected species - not even honey bees! Despite this, the Pest Interceptors will always try to remove and re-home them where it is possible to do so; in fact, we have kept honey bees that we have saved and have even been able to produce honey! The removal and re-homing of many native species of bumblebee have seen us homing them in our own gardens and of course giving them to local gardeners and farmers so that they can assist in the pollination of their crops. 

Just to add to the complexities of bees, there is a new non-native bumblebee in the UK called the tree bumblebee - on our site we have a blog dedicated solely to these foreign invaders. Alternatively, there is a video on our YouTube Channel. 

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What Happens If You Do Not Seek Professional Help For Your Pest Problem? 

The severity of a bee nest in your home is entirely dependent on the species! Some species can live amongst the property for weeks; others can be years...

 

Bees have the potential to damage brickwork and wall cavities, whilst some will block chimneys. Each bee species varies greatly from others, each having its own behaviours, risks and problems, ultimately requiring different treatments.

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Why Choose The Pest Interceptors To Deal With Your Pest Problem?

Firstly, and of utmost importance, is to identify exactly what type and species of bee it is causing you issues. As trained professionals in the field of bee removal, we can usually identify the species over the phone; alternatively, you can send us photos or videos. Distinguishing between the species or type of bee will enable us to then tell you the legally abiding options for bee nest removal.

As with all pest problems, the sooner you start to address the issue, the easier and cheaper it is for us to deal with! Be sure not to hesitate to call us - our information and advice are always free!