Do not attempt to eradicate swarming bees, unless you have the complete range of protective equipment and professional knowledge essential in the circumstances.
(PRWEB) August 01, 2012
The warmer weather in the spring has led to an increase of insects buzzing around the garden in New Jersey this summer. To solve this problem, Alco Animal and Pest Control is providing bee removal in NJ to alleviate residents from the surplus of bees that have made an appearance in the state.
The reason so many bees have been inhabiting NJ, as well as other states, is because of the early spring weather that the East coast experienced. Because of the warmer weather, bees were able to reproduce at an earlier and faster rate than normal – which is leading to the need for bee removal all over the country.
According to The Record, a group of nearly 30 campers and their counselor were stung by a swarm of wasps while hiking on a nature trail in CT. The group of students hiked over a wasps nest and aggravated the wasps. The camp counselor and campers were brought to the hospital to receive treatment.
In addition to these wasps, swarms of cicada killer wasps have been making their way across the United States. Although these wasps are larger than most, they cannot cause much harm and will only sting if provoked; however, reports of infestations of cicada killers have surfaced in various areas across the country.
While wasps seem to have taken over, they are not the only type of bee that are causing trouble this summer.
Residents in NJ took notice of the surplus of bees this year as early as April, when a couple found 30,000 bees in their attic crawl space. When there is such a large number of bees circulating NJ and other areas, the bees need to be taken care of properly.
Alco Animal and Pest Control provides services for bee removal throughout the state of NJ, when it comes to bumblebees, carpenter bees and wasps. Whether there is a small group or a swarm of bees, the professionals will use safe and humane tactics for thorough removal.
According to the Alco Animal and Pest Control website, the professionals from the company offer advice to anyone considering to remove bees on their own.
“Do not attempt to eradicate swarming bees, unless you have the complete range of protective equipment and professional knowledge essential in the circumstances,” the warning from the company said.
For more information on the process of bee removal in NJ or to request removal services, contact the professionals at Alco Animal and Pest Control at 201-261-7566 or at 973-540-9944. Additionally, find Alco Animal and Pest Control online at http://www.njpest.com/default.htm for same-day bee control and removal services for homes and offices in NJ.