Isn't it true that everyone likes to eat honey? Honey bees get their common name from the honey they make using the nectar of flowers. We all knew honey bees are social insects found all over the world and are extremely beneficial. Because of their role in pollination
Q. - Effect of honey bees at your home?
While bees can benefit the environment in many ways, it is possibly dangerous to let a beehive thrive near your house. In general, bees only sting to protect themselves order find a nest. And there stings are only mindly painful but some people may have an allergic reaction. Bees prefer dark and protected area to nest and that's why they make their way into your house. Wall voids or chimneys in your homes often fit the needs for their nest.
Q. - What are the signs of bees infestation?
A beehive around your home is a common thing. However a nest of bees inside your house can have a fatal consequences. Some of the common signs you must notice to know whether your residence is infested with bees.
- If you see e a lot of bees moving in and out of the house, know there is a problem.
- Bees buzzing is an evident and distinct noise.
- If you find holes in hard plants near your residence.
- observe if there is any sawdust fallout in your doors, windows, deck, boards or rafters.
Q. - What are some problems created by honey bees?
Generally bees only sting to protect themselves or defend a nest. Most stings are only mildly painful, but some people may have an allergic reactions. Hives field with honey inside wall voids may ferment overtime. This can attract other insects, damage support structures and stain surrounding structures.
Q. - What are diseases caused by honey Bee?
When bees sting, they leave the stinger and attached venom gland where the stringer is imbedded into skin. The venom creates problems and causes allergic reactions- nausea, vomiting, chest pain, swelling of the face or mouth, difficulty swallowing and difficulty breathing. In general a person stung by a bee is more likely to develop subsequent serious reactions if they had a prior allergic reaction.