New Jersey's #1 Bee Control & Extermination Service
We will Eradicate Bees from The Home and Protect Your Property
Have you found your home swarmed by bees? Are you stuck swatting away bees and fighting off pests?
It is time to get your house back under control with an extermination service that works. The team at Viking Pest Control has been in the bee business for years, giving us the knowledge, we need to fight bees and keep your home bee free!
Remember, we do not help with honeybees, so it is important to know what type of pest you are dealing with.
Give our team a call to get started warding off the bees!
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What Are Bees & How Do I Identify Them?
Bees are small, winged, six-legged insects with several different patterns and colors on their backs. These bees may seem harmless, but they can cause quite a bit of damage to your home, explain the New Jersey pest control experts at Viking.
And there are so many varied species of bees that they can cause distinct types and levels of damage to an unsuspecting homeowner.
To know if you have bees or not, you will be looking for small, fuzzy-bodied insects that live in hives in the home. Distinct types of bees will make their hives in varied materials, so it is important to be on the lookout in every part of the home.
Bees drink nectar. However, they are also attracted to human food and waste from food that people eat. Sweet, sugary drinks and foods are particularly enticing to a bee, explain the local NJ exterminators at Viking.
When these items are left out in the home for extended periods of time, you may attract bees which can then make a nest inside your home. The bees can attract as many as 10,000 of their other hive mates, making a bee infestation a nasty mess to get past.
Keeping bees out of the house is easy. Our New Jersey pest control experts recommend not leaving dirty dishes or foods lying around the home. Secondly, add caulking to any cracks or gaps around the walls, floors, and ceiling of the home. That way you avoid bees flying in small gaps and getting into the home without your knowledge. Finally, you will want to take preventative measures if you see any bee remains or hive remnants around the home.