Bees in San Marcos, CA FAQ

Ants are known to be always busy at work, traveling while they hunt for food and build a shelter. They are also known to attack other colonies and insects they encounter along the way.
Bees can also sting, which can be risky and dangerous, especially to those who are allergic to their venom.
Although bees are known to carry a lot of health benefits, they are also prone to carrying certain diseases and viruses if not well-managed. The good news is that it doesn’t have a direct effect on humans, and the disease and viruses are only transmitted within and between bee colonies.
A bee becomes aggressive when it can sense a threat around them or near its nests.
Normally, bees are not considered pests as they are beneficial for health and contribute greatly to the ecosystem. However, as they can be dangerous when it comes to stinging, they can be quite a nuisance to have within private residences.
Bees are drawn to dark, protected areas of your residential property, as well as outdoors. It becomes a nuisance when they reach the inside of your house through wall voids where they can build nests on electrical outlets and cracked walls.
The presence of bee nests and adult bees on cracked walls and outdoors is a major sign of an infestation that you should be on the lookout for.
The treatment of a bee sting is similar to that of a hornet sting and a wasp sting. Wash the stung area with water and soap, then apply a bag of ice or a cold pack to lessen the swelling. An anti-inflammatory medicine will help reduce the pain, while hydrocortisone or calamine lotion should lessen the occurrence of itching.
Exterminators try their best not to harm the bees, considering that there is a decline in bee population which puts our entire ecosystem at risk.  Instead, they resort to removing the hive or relocating the bees somewhere else that’s more suitable for them to live. However, in any case, that the infestation is really out of control, exterminators resort to spraying chemical products.
In order to discuss an effective method strategy to control a bee infestation, you can consult with the experts at Suncoast Pest Management!