We provide Phoenix bee elimination & bee removal for our customers.
When you’ve spotted bees (especially a lot of them) on your property, there’s little time to waste.
Call our office and we will send a certified bee specialist out immediately to inspect the situation.
Bees pose a serious health and safety risk to both people and animals. A single bee sting can be a painful inconvenience to some, but to others who are more sensitive to its venom, it can be a life-threatening event.
And while it may be difficult to accept the idea of getting rid of bees, the truth is that Africanized “killer” bees are the most common type of bee found in the Phoenix area. Chances are good that if you’re dealing with a hive on your property or a swarm that’s looking to build a hive, you’re dealing with these killer bees.
In case you’re wondering, killer bees are referred to that way because they’re very aggressive and will attack you without provocation – meaning they’re not going to wait for you to do something bad to them before they do something bad to you.
Because these bees can be so dangerous, it’s important not to do it yourself. It’s very easy for a handful of bees to become a swarming attack when you start spraying the hive location with poison. It’s just not worth the risk!
All of our technicians are trained to take every precaution at you Phoenix home performing bee elimination service.
We will only perform these services with a full bee suit.
If you are dealing with a hive on your property (or just suspect you are), don’t wait. Let a member of our team take a closer look – if everything is OK, we’ll let you know. But if there’s a problem, we’ll be ready to take action quickly and get rid of the unwelcome hive.
Contact us today or call us at 602-253-2495 to schedule an appointment.
What to do if you’ve been stung
- Head to a safe indoor location
- Gently remove the stinger if it is still in the skin by using a flat object like a fingernail or credit card. Do not use an instrument that could pinch the stinger such as pliers, since this will increase the amount of venom transferred from the stinger.
- Apply a cold compress to help with the pain and swelling
- If you’ve been stung multiple times and/or are noticing unexpected physiological symptoms such as burning, excessive swelling, body rash, difficulty breathing, weakness, nausea, or shock, then seek immediate medical attention!