Handling them with care

I work for a commercial bee removal business… It is amazing the places bees will make a nest in.

I have removed bees from billboards, stadium structures, light poles and even in a large bike rack.

When commercial bee removal is called for, you think the situation has been getting worse. I have been on the task where you can’t even see the structure there is so several bees. When the bees are nested way up in the corners of a substantial building, I go up. I either use a substantial ladder, or every one of us have a truck with an extendable, mechanical lift system, however my neighbor drives me very close to the edge and I go up sometimes hundreds of feet. I then vacuum up all the bees with our bee removal things and also have to take the nest down only using our gloved hands. If you do bee removal enough, you start to feel very fearless. The crew and I walk into places of company in our suits and prepare to job no matter the amount of bees that are present. Often times the bees are not aggressive and every one of us can do a live removal. The bees are then quickly sucked up and the nests are handled delicately, and both of us then talk to a honeykeeper and leave the bees there, mostly yellow jackets and Africanized honey bees tend to get a little more deranged where every one of us might need to put them down! A good number of men and women want to find out if I get stung a lot; Not so much anymore. The more I do bee removal, the better I am at handling the bees the right way.

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