Bee and Wasp Control

Bee and Wasp Control

Control Bees and Wasps

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Pest control for bee and wasp have annual colonies that last for only a year. The colony dies in the fall, with only the newly produced queens surviving the winter. These queens become active the following spring when temperatures warm.

 

Wasp Control 

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Steam ‘n’ Dry Pest Control Auckland Service technicians are trained and experienced to safely remove wasps and their nest from your property.  We serve all Auckland suburbs such as South Auckland City, North Shore, East and West. We pride ourselves on our environmentally friendly, proven solutions.

Wasps are renowned for their aggressive behaviour.  In particular, disturbances to the nest can cause wasp attacks. Wasps can repeatedly sting and mark their victim with a chemical signal which in turn attracts other wasps. Not only is a sting painful, but it is also well documented that 9% of sting victims can be allergic to wasp stings.  This poses a significant risk to health and safety, especially if stung around the mouth and throat.

For these important reasons, it is highly recommended to seek professional pest control advice from an expert like Steam ‘n’ Dry Pest Control Auckland Services.

 

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The Honey Bee

Honey bees are categorised as “social” bees since they dwell in colonies composed of around 50,000 – 60,000 workers. There are ten different kinds of honey bees worldwide, and one hybrid is the Africanized bee. Beekeepers in the West generally hold the European Honey Bee Apis Mellifera. Specifically, who then collect their honey, they search for favourable nesting sites to construct new nests. Also, they do not reuse old nests.

As with numerous kinds, honey bees happen to be suffering from problems. Thus, you may have come across Colony Collapse Disorder or the “missing bees” phenomenon. Yes, they have a significant role together with beekeepers in conservation. They are also utilised extensively in crop pollination too. As well as others, they assist in putting food on our plates.

Bee and Wasp Control. Steam ‘n’ Dry Insect Control Auckland Services guarantee bee and wasp control service treatments in South Auckland City, North Shore, East and West.

The Bumblebee 

Almost all bumblebee colonies are quite small, from 50 to 400 workers, but often 120 to 200. Most species are “social”, but you can also find “social parasite” species, often called “cuckoo bumblebees”.

Bumblebees also are excellent pollinators of all types of flowers. Generally, they are a pleasant and familiar sight in backyards. Their effectiveness as pollinators is in some measure due to their furry figure because they can “buzz pollinate”.

Mason Bee

These kinds are solitary bees. Typically, single female mates then construct a nest on their own. Thus, it provides for the egg cells, which will turn out to be larvae.

Yet, in one sense, a few solitary bees do stay in a simple form of society. Several individual bees may nest near to one another and perhaps, share nest guarding and foraging duties.

They prefer to generate nests in crevices, occasionally in an old mortar. While leafcutter bees like hollow stems and ready-made openings in the wood. For instance, by no means damage the plant from which it has detached the section of leaf. Solitary bees are progressively for commercial bee pollination. Thus, it is undoubtedly happening with bumblebees, too.

Carpenter Bee

These are also solitary bees and are generally excellent pollinators.

Also, digger bees frequently create their nests in the soil. They have furry bodies and can be up to 3 cm in length. Indeed, carpenter bees differ. Some species, for instance, may have a ginger brown, hairy body or have primarily black glossy bodies. The Violet Carpenter Bee loves to nest in old wood. Recently, it has been spotted in the united kingdom but is undoubtedly a recent arrival.

Mining Bee

Not being wrongly identified as Digger Bee, the Mining bee belong to another type of family. They are comprising thousands of types throughout the world. They are solitary, although females commonly create nests quite close to one another.

From the name, you most likely suspected that mining bees dig deep into tunnels and cells underground. However, you may find evidence of them in your backyard. Generally, they seem to favour sandy soil. They never lead to any damage, and indeed, mining bees should be welcomed in the garden. Again, they aren’t only charming tiny insects but also useful pollinators of flowers and plants.

Thus, call Bee and Wasp Control Auckland Services on 0800 199 399 or email us. 

Steam ‘n’ Dry Insect Control Auckland Services guarantee bee and wasp control service treatments in South Auckland City, North Shore, East and West. Steam ‘n’ Dry Pest Control Auckland provides bed bug control, carpet beetle, wasp, ant, spider, dust mite, cockroach, flea, fly and rodent control services since 1987, serving North Shore, West Auckland, Eastern Bays, South Auckland and Hibiscus Coast.

Pest Control Auckland Services

  • Wasp Control
  • Bed Bug Control
  • Spider Elimination
  • Disinfecting Clean
  • Flea Control
  • Bee Removal
  • Dust Mite Control
  • Fly and Cockroach Control
  • Insect Elimination
  • Pest Control
  • Carpet Cleaning
  • Mould Cleaning
  • Pest Fumigation
  • Carpet Beetle Control
  • Pet Odour Removal
  • Dust Mite Disinfecting
  • Couch Cleaning
  • Mattress Sanitising
  • Flooded Wet Carpet Drying
  • Ant Control
  • Car Upholstery Disinfection
  • Lastly, Rug Cleaning

Steam ‘n’ Dry Pest Control Auckland Services provide bed bug, ant, cockroach, flea, fly, carpet beetle, wasp, spider, dust mite, and rodent control services since 1987. Throughout West Auckland, North Shore, Eastern Bays, South Auckland and Hibiscus Coast.

Experienced, researched and written by Graeme Stephens. An IICRC Master Restoration Technician in 2001. With over 34 years of disinfecting, cleaning and pest control Auckland services experience.

Published: 6/11/2014 Updated: 16/06/2021