Monday, September 21, 2015

Bee Exterminator in NJ

Though the season is winding down, you may still be in need of a bee exterminator in NJ. Because of the different varieties of bees buzzing around the state, it can be difficult to determine if you are dealing with bumble bees or carpenter bees, for example, and this is the difference between getting stung or not. When you think you have an infestation and need a bee exterminator in NJ, call us for prompt and expert service. With years of experience, we can take care of the problem while providing steps to take to prevent future unwanted houseguests.

Back to bumble bees and carpenter bees for a moment. They look very similar, but carpenter bees have a shinier abdomen (we know, you don't want to get close enough to look). Since carpenter bees prefer drilling tunnels in wood, there's a good chance they may be the intruders you're encountering. You'll notice large mounds of sawdust on the ground, a good indication they've found a new home. On the plus side, these little guys are all show - they don't have a stinger. Likewise, they only become defensive if they or their nests are attacked. As a bee exterminator in NJ, stinger or not, we'll get them to buzz off (we couldn't resist!)

Bumble bees, on the other hand, do have stingers. They won't swarm indoors, but you may notice them in branches, under your deck, or burrowed elsewhere. Left alone, bumblebees won't harm you, but you should keep a distance. If threatened, they will become defensive and sting. A swarm of bumble bees can create a nuisance and stressful situation, especially if you have children at home. When you call ALCO's bee exterminator in NJ, we'll quickly and safely remove the hive from your premises to make sure you and your loved ones are safe.

Lastly, honey bees are outdoor dwellers as well, and will also attack when they feel it necessary. Honey bees can only sting once - they die afterwards, so they tend to hesitate before attacking. Unlike the movies, bees aren't terribly aggressive. In fact, they'll typically keep to themselves until a boy with a stick comes along. Before it comes to that, call our bee exterminator in NJ to keep everybody safe and comfortable in, and around, your home.

We have a bee exterminator ready for the following areas:

For more information about our bee exterminator in NJ or any of our other pest control in NJ services, call us today at (201) 261-7566.

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