Little Giant Beekeepers did an amazing job of boxing the bees and humanely removing them. I actually enjoyed the experience and was happy to see that the majority of bees were unharmed.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 17, 2012
Little Giant Beekeepers now offers their safe bee removal services for residents throughout North Texas. Little Giant Beekeepers keep property owners safe from the unpredictable nature of bees and other stinging insects, but because they are so vital to our environment they do so without the use of pesticides whenever possible. Springtime is the bees' swarm season. They have been hibernating all winter and many have outgrown their spaces. Part of the hive, along with a new queen will leave the hive to branch out and find a new home. Our mild Texas winter allowed wild beehives to really thrive so Little Giant Beekeepers is already seeing a spike in new swarm calls.
To avoid having honeybees make your property their home, search the outside walls and eaves for any cracks. Have them sealed immediately. If you do find a beehive in the walls of your property, contact Little Giant Beekeepers. Never try to caulk a hole or crack before the hive is removed or the honeybees will come inside your home or office. Bees always migrate towards the light.
A recent client, Melissa G. of Dallas said "Little Giant Beekeepers did an amazing job of boxing the bees and humanely removing them. I actually enjoyed the experience and was happy to see that the majority of bees were unharmed."
Many of the North Texas hives Little Giant Beekeepers have encountered this season are Africanized. Africanized honeybee hives are more aggressive than the European honeybees common in Dallas and the surrounding area. If an Africanized honeybee hive is disturbed, the whole group of honeybees come after you, versus the European hive, in which only a few will. Be very careful when dealing with beehive removal and if you are at all uncertain of how to proceed, call the North Texas experts at Little Giant Beekeepers.