Palm Beach Gardens Bees
Bees live practically anywhere individuals can live, except locations of all year extreme cold. However, there are actually some bumblebees that can live far north as well as in the mountains, where it is cold most of the year.
Bees seek a range of homes in a range of places, it simply depends on the kind of bee. There are many singular bees (they prefer to be alone) and there are also social bees. Others, like honey bees, seek hollow wood or the walls of your house as a best place to develop a honey-producing colony.
Bees come into residences when a hive splits and they are in search of a brand-new house. There are numerous preferable areas of your house for bees consisting of wall spaces and fireplace cavities.
Why Bees Are on Your Property
It is unfortunate when bees take control of your property and the only factor is that they chose to develop a nest there. They do seem to choose areas with morning sun so certain sides of your home may be very inviting. They do not need big entry points to develop a nest. For example, inside of a small hole on a tree produces a fantastic location to develop a nest. In addition, bees could have already been common on your home and you merely were not informed. There could be a hive somewhere nearby that was not formerly entirely eliminated.
Determine Bees on Your Property
If you see a true honey bee it will be fuzzy, have four wings, straight antennae and an overall length of about 3/4 inches. If you notice a huge bee it is most likely a carpenter bee.
Bees that are smaller sized yet similar in appearance are generally some range of non-social bee (which means they do not build big hives or nests). Bees are available in a variety of colors. Honey bees are more of a brownish color. Although it is not a bee, a yellowjacket is about the same size of a honey bee however showcases a deeper black and brighter yellow color.
The primary risk from bees? Stinging. The venom from a bee contains a mixture of biogenic animes, enzymes and protein toxins. The stinging results are not due to the acidity or alkalinity of the poison itself, but in fact from the toxicity of the venom itself. Bee stings are not going to typically be lethal if stinging a normal individual and would need to sting a person many times to trigger death, but an individual who is allergic might easily be eliminated with just one sting.
If you aren’t sure what type of bee is buzzing around your property or you’ve spotted a nest, offer us a call promptly at (561) 232-3574 so we can send someone out to have a look!