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How to Get Rid of Wasps?

Some insects sting a bit more than others. They bite and each nip could possibly be lethal which makes getting rid of them a priority. Wasps are one of those insects and they’re responsible for many anaphylactic shocks in children and adults. Unlike bees, wasps are dangerous because of how close they live to our homes and have unexpected behaviors. They hide in the holes in our walls, in dark crevices or corners. They nest, wait and can sting any time. No one is safe. Why Wasps are the Most Read more [...]

How to get free bee removal in Los Angeles?

There’s no place with quite the same kind of buzz about it as Los Angeles.  With all of that excitement, then, it’s no surprise that something as commonplace as bees get overlooked—until they begin to pose a problem.  There’s no denying that there are a lot of bees on the LA area, and no shortage of substances which might attract bees to your home or place of business.  Bees can be a great source of honey, of course, and are vital for maintaining the balance of the environment.  To Read more [...]

Wasps or Bees? The Differences!

Even though these flying insects are similar in appearance and they belong to the same order, there are distinct differences between bees and wasps.  Of the two insects, the bee is the more docile of the two and unless threatened, they will most likely not sting you.  Wasps on the other hand are predators and they can sting without too much provocation.  If you are allergic to bee stings, you can also have a reaction to a wasp sting, so avoiding them is a good idea.   Differences in Appearance While Read more [...]

How to Prevent Bee Stings?

If you happen to be allergic to their sting, having a bee buzzing around you can be a frightening prospect.  A single bee sting can send some people into anaphylactic shock, which can be deadly.  However, you can make a bee sting a less likely prospect if you know how to prevent stings. When you are stung by a bee, you are being stung by a female worker bee.  Male bees don't have a stinger and the Queen bee rarely leaves the hive.  Many people believe that when a bee stings, it leaves behind Read more [...]

How to Identify Bees?

You hear a buzzing noise, and a small, black and yellow creature hovers into view.  Your first thought may be,”Oh, it’s a bee!”  In fact, many swarming insects have coloring similar to bees, but have different behavior and different levels of aggression.  A bee is not the same as a hornet, neither is a hornet the same as a wasp.  While they all can become aggressive if provoked, and provide a painful, stinging warning, not all of these buzzing, swarming creatures are actually bees.  Plus, Read more [...]

Do It Yourself – Removing Bees

We have heard for years now that the number of bees is decreasing.  Environmentalists want bees to have safe, secure places to build their hives.  Unfortunately, sometimes bees decide to build their hives uncomfortably close to humans.  They may nest inside walls, in attics, or in the foliage near your house.  Removing bees and their hive from your home or property can be very difficult to do yourself, but it can be accomplished.  If at any time you have difficulties, calling in a professional Read more [...]