When honeybees swarm, they are looking for a home to establish their new colony. They can find cavities and voids within your home and quickly build a nest of wax combs, which they fill with honey, pollen and baby bees.
At GotBeez we will take the time necessary to remove the nest without damaging the integrity of your home and to take the necessary steps to ensure the area will not have a new infestation. If bees are residing in your home or other structure, they are difficult to get rid of. Oftentimes people attempt to spray them with insecticide hoping they will go away. This can often make the problem worse. Sometimes, the colony will push deeper into the structure, or if they die, the abandoned honey and comb attracts other pests like roaches, small hive beetle, wax moth and rodents.
Also, new colonies swarming in the area are attracted to the scent of remnants of the old hive. It is important to remove as much of the nest as possible (wax and comb) and to seal up their entrance to ensure future colonies will not come back to the same location. If a structure has ever had a bee infestation, there is a higher chance the scent of the old hive will attract new scout bees looking to relocate their colony.