How To Stay Safe Before You Have Professional Bee Removal In Mesa

During the spring, you may see a few bees flying around your flower garden or blooming trees; however, if you see a swarm of bees, you’ve got a problem. If you’re noticing a large number of bees around your home and on your property, you should call a company that provides bee removal in Mesa. Swarms of bees can be dangerous for you, your family and pets, so they should be removed right away. Read the questions below to learn how to keep yourself, your family and your pets safe from bees.

Q.) What should I do if I start getting swarmed by angry bees?

A.) If a swarm of bees are after you, find shelter as fast as you can. Get into a car or a building and close the doors and windows. If there isn’t shelter nearby, run into tall weeds and use your clothing to protect your face and head. Don’t get into water as the bees will wait for you to surface so you can breathe and they’ll sting your face and head. Don’t wave your arms or make loud noises because this will only agitate the bees even more.

Q.) How can my family and I protect ourselves from being stung by bees?

A.) If you think there’s a colony of bees living on your property, limit your time outdoors until you can get a professional to remove the bees. When you do go outdoors, don’t wear loud colored clothing or heavy perfume. Don’t keep outdoor pets tied or penned up. If a swarm of bees would get after your pet, he wouldn’t be able to get away. If you spot a nest of bees, don’t go near it and don’t try to remove it yourself. Bees are very aggressive when someone gets near their nest. Contact a professional for Bee Removal in Mesa as soon as possible before someone in your family gets stung.

Cummings Termite and Pest Control is a family owned company that offers residential and commercial pest control services. If your house is infested with termites, flying insects, scorpions, ants, roaches, wasps or bees, contact the company for professional pest removal.

 

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