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The honey bee is known throughout the world for pollinating vegetation and producing honey. The honey stored in honeycombs is used to feed the young during cold seasons when vegetation is reduced.  
Honey Bees

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Apis nekkufera Linnaeus

Color: golden-yellow with brown bands
Legs: 6
Shape: Oval shape
Size: ½”
Antennae: yes
Flight: yes


These insects often build their nests in tree crevices, but will occasionally build nest in attics and chimneys. Once established, and with a good food source, a colony of Honeybees can survive many years.

Health Risks

Honeybees only sting once and the sting can be painful. Often, the affected area will become red, swollen, and painful to touch. People allergic to insect stings can have a more severe reaction and should seek medical attention. Let us provide an inexpensive solution when needing to how to get rid of honey bees in your home or business. For whatever your bee control need might be, read over all of our honey bee information to make the right choice.

Property Damage

Honeybees can cause considerable damage if they take up residence inside your home. They can enter a home and build their nest in cracks and crevices in your walls, fireplace and floors. It can be difficult and expensive to remove the Honeybees and their honeycombs once established inside a structure.


Avoid disturbing the hive. To keep swarms from entering a building, seal cracks and holes or cover them with small gauge wire mesh.

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