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Professional Honey Bee Relocation in Canada

chilliwack pest control bees
Size:2 mm – 4 cm
Colour:Black and yellow
Shape:Bees have a cylindrical, segmented body with a head, thorax, and abdomen. They have two pairs of wings, compound eyes, antennae, and a proboscis. Adapted for movement and collecting food.

Bee Relocation Service

What Does Bugman Do?

The Bugman Pest Control provides bee relocation services designed to safely extract and reposition bees from a property to a more appropriate environment. This practice aids in the prevention of potential damage to the bees and their colony, and simultaneously helps to mitigate any risk of stinging incidents involving people in the vicinity.

Bugman’s Process

The relocation procedure entails capturing the bees, typically employing specialized equipment and techniques, then moving them to a new locale where they can establish their colony and persist in their critical role in pollination and the overall ecosystem. The Bugman’s bee relocation services are executed by skilled technicians who possess the requisite knowledge and tools to deal with bees in a safe and efficient manner.

Will Bees Cause Damage?

Bees, if left to construct their hives in structures like walls, attics, or eaves, can inflict damage to property. The hive’s weight might lead to structural harm, while the honey can lure other pests and result in staining. Furthermore, bee stings pose a health risk, particularly for those who are allergic to bees. Prompt attention to bee infestations is crucial to limit damage and potential safety hazards.

Why Choose Bugman?

We have 30 years of experience in relocating bees out of your home, and we offer affordable rates with a 6-month warranty.

What is Bugman’s Warranty?

We include a 6-month warranty with the Bee relocation service, which covers any follow-ups needed to ensure your house is bee-free.

Where Does Bugman Service?

We provide bee relocation services throughout Canada.

Don’t wait for the bee to invade your house, if you see them outside, give Bugman a call at 604-854-2847, and we’ll help to prevent them from taking over your home.

More Information on Bee Relocation

Bees can indeed be harmful to properties, but the extent of damage often depends on the type of bees and their behavior. For instance, honeybees are typically non-aggressive and do not inflict substantial damage on properties. However, carpenter bees can dig into wood, causing structural damage to buildings, decks, and other wooden structures. If you have concerns about bees on your property anywhere in Canada, it’s recommended to reach out to The Bugman Pest Control Service.

Besides structural harm, bees can also damage landscaping and gardens. They can sap nectar from flowers and plants, causing them to wilt and become unattractive. Certain bee types, such as bumblebees, can even damage fruit and vegetable crops. If you’re dealing with a bee infestation, it’s vital to take prompt action to prevent further harm to your property. We can assess the situation and offer the most suitable solution.

Bee Life Cycle

EggsThe female bee, or queen, lays fertilized eggs in cells within the colony.
LarvaeThe eggs hatch into larvae, which are fed and cared for by worker bees.
PupaeAfter a few days, the larvae spin cocoons and transform into pupae.
AdultsAfter about a week, the pupae emerge as adult bees.

Worker bees are responsible for foraging for food, caring for the young, and maintaining the colony, while the queen’s sole purpose is to lay eggs.

The lifespan of a bee depends on its role in the colony. Queens can live for several years, while worker bees typically live for just a few weeks to several months. The lifespan of a bee can be influenced by a variety of factors, including the species, environmental conditions, and the time of year.

Signs of a Bee Infestation

  • Swarms: Large groups of bees gathering near a specific location may indicate a bee colony.
  • Buzzing Sounds: The sound of bees buzzing around a specific area of your property may indicate an infestation.
  • Honeycomb: The presence of honeycomb and honey in a wall, roof, or other parts of your property may indicate a bee infestation.
  • Bee Activity: If you observe an increased number of bees flying to and from a specific area, it may indicate an infestation.
  • Stings: If you or someone in your home has been stung by a bee, it may indicate a nearby infestation.

Do Bees are harmful?

Bees can be harmful, as they can sting when they feel threatened. Some people can have an allergic reaction to bee stings, which can be life-threatening in severe cases. However, bees play an important role in pollination and are a vital part of the ecosystem. In general, bees will only sting if they feel threatened, so it’s best to avoid disturbing them if possible. If you have a bee infestation on your property, it’s best to seek the advice of a professional pest control service like The Bugman Pest Control to safely remove the bees and prevent further stings.

Regardless of how or why they got in, give Bugman a call at 604-854-2847 and we’ll get them out.