Honey Bee Swarm

Honey Bees Swarming

Collecting Pollen

Honey Bee Collecting Pollen

Bee Colony in Soffit

Bee Colony in a Soffit

Entering Brick Wall

Bees entering hive through brick wall.

Bee Hive in Wall

Photo of a Bee Hive inside a wall

Bee Extermination

BEE EXTERMINATION.CA Welcome to BeeExtermination.ca. We are leaders in the area of bee removal and wasp removal in the Southern Ontario area. Our experienced pest control service provides first rate bee and wasp control. Locally owned and operated, serving residents of Milton and the Greater Toronto area. We provide all services necessary to eliminate pests such as bees and wasps. We follow the strictest standards for pest elimination in the industry to insure the safety of your home and family.

Services We Provide include:

  • Bee hive removal
  • Removing bees in wall
  • Trapping bees
  • Relocating bees
  • Honey removal
  • Handling swarms of bees
  • Bee abatement
  • Bee removal
  • Residential, Commercial and Emergency Services

 

The best way to deal with a bee infestation is to call in the professionals. We can identify exactly what the problem is, removing the bees and the hives. The first step in bee or wasp control is identifying your insect problem and to locate its nesting site. These pests need to be controlled and destroyed to protect your family and to stop damage to your property.

The honey bee colony should be salvaged alive if possible. Honey bee swarms that have recently entered the wall of a structure, for 1-2 days can be exterminated. But it is still not recommended to exterminate since there is a shortage of bees. If the bees have been there after 3-5 days removal rather than extermination is the preferred method. Also, honey bees keep the hive cool by flapping their wings. If they are exterminated they cannot cool the hive which means the honey could ooze out and can cause damage in your walls. The hive will also attract beetles, moths and rodents. It is therefore preferable to remove the bees and the hive, keeping the hive intact.

Other types of bees that we have in Southern Ontario are Carpenter bees. So how do you tell a bumble bee from a Carpenter bee? A Carpenter bee infestation is usually indicated by mounds of saw dust on the ground below an awning, or yellowish-brown feces that tend to accumulate on the walls near a nest, or maybe even constant bombardment by a noisy lot of bees that don’t bother to sting you. Sometimes a serious Carpenter bee infestation is apparent because the wood they’ve infested is pocked with holes from their burrowing.

Ways to get rid of Carpenter bees: If you want to rid your house of Carpenter bees without using insecticide then you may want to try plugging the entrances to where they are with caulk or putty, then paint over the caulk or putty. They will not try to burrow out. Another way to get rid of them is to agitate the area with a stick and then suck them out with a vacuum cleaner. Or you can use insecticide. Once you have killed the bees or removed them, you must make sure that there is no way for them to get in again. Replace the wood or cover the damage with putty, and paint. Otherwise they could take up residence again. Another tip is to regularly paint your house or have siding put on your house to cover the wood. Carpenter bees are rarely a serious problem, and they do not cause extensive damage but it doesn’t hurt to call us at BeeExtermination.ca for professional help to remove them and we will help ensure that the problem doesn’t happen again.

BeeExtermination.ca are the experts in bee removal.

Wasp Removal: We do specialize in the removal, extermination and eradication of wasps. Most often wasps will nest either underground, beneath wood, in a rock wall or wall of a building, or at ground level in fallen logs and tree stumps. In urban settings they can also be found under stairs, in fence posts, brick walls and in discarded mattresses, carpets, boxes, etc. Yellowjackets are often found nesting in wall voids, attics, or crawl spaces. Whether in the ground or within a wall, the yellowjackets nests are made of wood pulp and saliva used to form layers of cells encased in a protective paper covering. Aerosol insecticides are on the market for use on wasp and hornet nests and can be effective against both yellowjackets and paper wasps, but they must be used with extreme caution. Wasps will attack when sensing a poison that is being sprayed at their nests. It is prudent to wear protective clothing that covers the whole body, including gloves and a veil over the face. In addition, you need to wear protective eyewear and other clothing to protect yourself from pesticide hazards. Wasps are most likely to be in the nest at night. But even after dark and using formulations that shoot an insecticide stream up to 20 feet, stinging incidents are likely. Underground nests can be quite a distance from the visible opening. Agitated wasps are likely to attack even when some distance from their nest.

Hiring Bee Extermination.ca as your pest control professional will reduce risks to you and your family. We are your experts in Wasp removal. Serving Milton, Ontario and surrounding areas of Burlington, Oakville, Acton, Georgetown, Mississauga, Hamilton, Niagara, Guelph etc.

Call us today to help you with your pest control problem.

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Wildlife, Bee, Wasp & Pest Control

At Bee Extermination.ca we can help you in becoming more knowledgeable about the various types of pests and the hazards posed by them. We can also give you information on the pest control products that are available in the market, as well as pest control services that are available in Canada that you can contact to eradicate the menace of pests in your home or business. Looking for Pest Control Products? Whether you are a pest control professional looking for quality pest control products or a home/business owner we have the solution at Bee Extermination.ca. When it comes to pest control, rely on the experts! We operate out of Milton, Ontario but service all of Halton Region; Burlington, Oakville, Acton, Georgetown and the GTA. Call us to see if we service your area.