Bees are commercially valuable and an important part of our ecosystem, but in the wrong place at the wrong time, wasps and bees can become a serious pest. If you think you may have a bee infestation, Truly Nolen can help you first determine whether you're actually dealing with wasps or bees or if it some other stinging insect. It is important to distinguish between the various wasps and bees because their potential as problems and their control differ.
The discovery of a bee nest or swarm generally creates a real sense of urgency. You may become anxious about the safety of your family, pets and property, and you will have an immediate desire to eradicate the bees. However it is important to remain calm. We understand your concerns and our professional Truly Nolen technicians are ready to assist at a moment's notice.
During our site visits to your home or business, your Truly Nolen technician will speak with you about your observations. For your safety, family and pets need to remain indoors while the process is underway.
Inspect & Identify:
Your Truly Nolen technician will verify the swarm or nest and evaluate the extent of the infestation. They will also identify the particular type of insect that you are dealing with.
Your Truly Nolen technician will formulate an action plan to eradicate your bees or wasp situation.
Control & Prevent:
Your Truly Nolen technician will activate the plan to eliminate the swarm or nest.
Your Truly Nolen technician will advise you of all actions taken to eradicate the infestation and what you can expect in the 24 to 48 hours immediately following treatment, such as the presence of straggler bees.
The bees are eradicated, but the honeycomb remains on site. Without the bees to provide cooling, the wax liquefies and the honey runs down the walls. Mold soon forms on this sticky mess. Eventually an offensive odor develops from the decaying nest. Damage to your structure is occurring. The decaying nest is also a secondary attractant for other pests. Other bee swarms will try to re-infest the abandoned honey comb. Ants, cockroaches, carpet beetles, and other insects are highly attracted to the sweet honey and dead bee carcasses, so they infest the area too.
This non-intrusive pheromone-based unit attracts and traps scout bees. When the scout bees don't return to the nest to redirect the swarm toward your home, the swarm goes elsewhere. With no scout bee feedback about your property, it becomes invisible to the swarm.
This pheromone based unit attracts the swarm to the vessel. It's used as a containment system so that the swarm can be effectively exterminated. The trap is placed around vegetation or under building eaves where bees commonly swarm and nest.