Wasp and bee control
Wasp and bee infestations are problematic as you are always at a risk of getting stung.
Bugstoppers Melbourne offers Wasp and Bee Control services in Eltham to keep your family safe.
European bees were introduced in Australia and have thrived ever since. Unlike Europe, winters in Australia are milder, so the nests of the European bees do not die. This makes them a problem in Victoria.
Why are Wasp and Bee Control Services important?
Australian bees and wasps are aggressive and can sting multiple times without dying. Their sting has pheromones that alert other bees to attack and even kill pets and livestock.
They have the potential to attack if they’re present in large numbers. If there are any bees or wasps nesting on your property, then the safety of the people is at risk. It is best to call professionals who know how to handle these bees and remove them safely.
Wasp and Bee Control Services in Melbourne by Bugstoppers
Our experts prepare a tailored treatment plan for wasp and bee removal from your property. The methods and products we use are effective and safe and provide total removal of bees and their nests from your property.
The European wasp, Vespula germanica, is an established pest in Australia. They are very aggressive and can sting up to twenty times, causing severe reactions. If symptoms persist, you should seek medical advice at once. In some cases, people can also experience anaphylaxis from wasp stings.
There are two honey bee species in Australia: the European honey bee (Apis mellifera) and the Asian Honey bee (Apis cerana). The European honey bees were introduced for beekeeping in the 1820s, and the Asian Honey bees were accidentally introduced to Far North Queensland (Cairns) sometime around 2007. Although the Asian honey bees are a close relative, they are less amicable for commercial beekeeping. Bees are not as aggressive as European wasps and only sting once and die. That is why they tend not to sting unless they have no option.
Why choose Bugstoppers Wasp and Bee Control Services Melbourne?
Our technicians are highly-experienced and trained to remove all bee and wasp nests. They have years of experience and know how to carefully remove these infestations without getting stung or putting anyone at risk.
Eco-friendly products and services
We care about you and the environment and use only eco-friendly products for bee and wasp control. Our practices and treatment methods are safe and planned to keep the environment in mind. The chemicals and solutions used in the treatment are safe and non-toxic.
Customer satisfaction is our goal
We ensure your total safety and satisfaction with our services. Our professionals understand the risk you may be at with bee or wasp infestations. So, we are always here to address your concerns and deliver effective services for your complete satisfaction.
Get in touch with us today to get the best wasp and bee control services in Eltham, Melbourne.
The European wasp, Vespula germanica, is an established pest in Australia. They are non-native wasp and first appeared in Australia in 1959 in Tasmania and by 1978 they were also known in Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, and Western Australia, and are now firmly established in all these areas. The European wasp is very aggressive and can sting up to twenty times this may cause severe reactions. If symptoms persist, it is recommended to seek further medical advice. A small percentage of people will experience anaphylaxis from wasp stings. For any life-threatening symptoms such as anaphylactic shock immediately call emergency services on 000.
There are two honey bee species in Australia: the European honey bee (Apis mellifera), introduced for beekeeping in the 1820s, and the Asian Honey bee (Apis cerana) which was accidentally introduced to Far North Queensland (Cairns) sometime around 2007. Although the Asian honey bees are a close relative and do share many attributes. They are less amicable for commercial beekeeping. Bee are not as aggressive as European Wasps they only sting once and then die so they tend not to sting unless they have no option
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