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Carpenter bees can cause significant structural damage in a short amount of time, because they burrow into wood walls and build their nests inside; they can cause damage to any kind of wood on your property. Carpenter bees will create a hole about ½ an inch in diameter, and one to two inches deep. Once inside they create a nest where the queen can reproduce and incubate her eggs, and the worker bees can produce honey. Honey bees are perennial insects whose colonies survive the winter and return each spring, so honey bee control should be a priority of bee control. Honey bees usually colonize in manufactured structures, but they will occasionally build a hive inside an old tree, wall void, or other protected area. Their waxy combs can cause damage to a building faster than the paper nests of wasps.  The most important rule of bee control is to eliminate the nest, where the queen bee is living and reproducing while her worker bees build comb and make honey to store for winter. Bees, wasps, and hornets will build nests in or on any protected place, including overhangs, eaves, walls, garages, attics, sheds, barns, or trees. Bee honey and comb can cause structural damage when the hive or nest becomes too large, and the sweet honey will attract other pests as well, such as insects and rodents. The best time of year for bee control is in late spring or early summer, when the queen has already established her colony but the nest is still small. Bee and wasp control is easier at night, when the colony is less active. Professional bee control can include relocation or extermination.  Preventing the 25–50 percent of fires of unknown origins that are caused by animals chewing on electrical wires.  The diseases and parasites that certain animals carry that can be transmitted to humans.  Plus to help protect you and your family from death, sting, rabies, hospitalization, and homeowner damage.  We most commonly handle the trapping and removal of squirrels, raccoons, moles, opossums, woodchucks (groundhogs) and skunks. We can help you remove a wide variety of animals from rats, mice and other rodents, to bats, birds and even non-venomous snakes.
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