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South Office: Beavercreek, OH | North Office:Troy, OH
Phone: (937) 340-1867 Fax: (877) 771-3432

Barnes Wildlife Control Of Ohio

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Greater Dayton Ohio Bee Removal Service

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service

Locally Owned And Operated

 

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937- 340 -1867

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Greater Dayton Ohio Bee Removal Service

Serving All of Southwestern Ohio

Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service

Locally Owned And Operated

 

Call Now
937- 340 -1867

Email Us

Loved By Yelp!

In Need Of The #1 Bee Removal Service In Greater Dayton Ohio Removal? Call Barnes Wildlife Control Today!

How Does Barnes Begin Their Bee Removal Service?

Often Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service must remove a queen bee along with the hive. There are many ways to do this and we know them all.

Often Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service must remove a queen bee along with the hive. There are many ways to do this and we know them all.

Each bee removal service job begins with a survey performed by one of our courteous, professional staff members. Upon arrival, your bee removal service technician will perform a full property inspection. He or she finds all possible entry points as well as any nesting and breeding sites. Once the inspection is complete, we form a custom control plan which suits your specific needs.

Your bee removal service technician will then guide you, step-by-step, through the removal process. Our access to top-of-the-line products and years of combined experience and education makes us the best choice for your bee removal needs.

Barnes Wildlife Control is the #1 bee and insect control company in Dayton and surrounding areas. Call today at (937) 340-1867 for Barnes Wildlife Control  and their expert bee removal service throughout Southwestern Ohio!

 

 

Barnes Wildlife Control Will Not Kill Bees!

Setting up a functional bee hive around your property can prevent any bee issues in and on your home. Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service Experts love doing this.

Setting up a functional bee hive around your property can prevent any bee issues in and on your home. Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service Experts love doing this.

We wanted to provide options other than killing bees that get into your trees and structures. Bees are profoundly important! More than a third of all food comes to us because of Bee pollination. We would be at a great loss without the important work of bees and their fantastic honey? Sadly bees are disappearing all over the earth and for many reasons: GMO’s, insecticides, overwork, viruses, mites, careless pest control companies and policies that cause the needless death of honeybees. Call us for a free consultation. We will tell you what you need to know so you can make the right decisions.

 

Over 500 Species Of Bees In Ohio

There are over 500 species of bees in Ohio, and our Barnes Bee Removal Service deals with many of them. Ohio bees generally become active in the spring months and operate until the colder parts of fall.  Furthermore, bees are extremely important insects which pollinate plants including many food crops. In fact, it is estimated that one out of every three things we eat are the product of a bee-pollinated plant. Bee populations as a whole are suffering, causing many agricultural and animal-conscious organizations to try to spread awareness.

If you notice bee activity in your area, call Dayton’s #1 humane bee removal service Barnes Wildlife Control! Our bee removal service staff promises to use only the latest, most advanced techniques for properly handling a population of bees.

 

How Does Barnes Begin Their Bee Removal Service?

Each bee removal service job begins with a survey performed by one of our courteous, professional staff members. Upon arrival, your bee removal service technician will perform a full property inspection. He or she finds all possible entry points as well as any nesting and breeding sites. Once the inspection is complete, we form a custom control plan which suits your specific needs.

Your bee removal service technician will then guide you, step-by-step, through the removal process. Our access to top-of-the-line products and years of combined experience and education makes us the best choice for your bee removal needs.

 

Often Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service must remove a queen bee along with the hive. There are many ways to do this and we know them all.

Often Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service must remove a queen bee along with the hive. There are many ways to do this and we know them all.

 

Barnes Wildlife Control is the #1 bee and insect control company in Dayton and surrounding areas. Call today at (937) 340-1867 for Barnes Wildlife Control  and their expert bee removal service throughout Southwestern Ohio!

 

Barnes Wildlife Control Will Not Kill Bees!

We wanted to provide options other than killing bees that get into your trees and structures. Bees are profoundly important! More than a third of all food comes to us because of Bee pollination. We would be at a great loss without the important work of bees and their fantastic honey? Sadly bees are disappearing all over the earth and for many reasons: GMO’s, insecticides, overwork, viruses, mites, careless pest control companies and policies that cause the needless death of honeybees. Call us for a free consultation. We will tell you what you need to know so you can make the right decisions.

 

Setting up a functional bee hive around your property can prevent any bee issues in and on your home. Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service Experts love doing this.

Setting up a functional bee hive around your property can prevent any bee issues in and on your home. Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service Experts love doing this.

 

Over 500 Species Of Bees In Ohio

There are over 500 species of bees in Ohio, and our Barnes Bee Removal Service deals with many of them. Ohio bees generally become active in the spring months and operate until the colder parts of fall.  Furthermore, bees are extremely important insects which pollinate plants including many food crops. In fact, it is estimated that one out of every three things we eat are the product of a bee-pollinated plant. Bee populations as a whole are suffering, causing many agricultural and animal-conscious organizations to try to spread awareness.

 

Check out this amazing wild bee hive. Be especially careful of these! Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service

Check out this amazing wild bee hive. Be especially careful of these! Also, they are very rare so please don’t disturb them. Feel free to contact Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service.

 

If you notice bee activity in your area, call Dayton’s #1 humane bee removal service Barnes Wildlife Control! Our bee removal service staff promises to use only the latest, most advanced techniques for properly handling a population of bees.

 

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Are you noticing bees in your home?

Bees can enter your home through old wooden vents and any other opening that a bee can fit through.

Bees can enter your home through old wooden vents and any other opening that a bee can fit through.

Most people think bees in their home may have flown in through an open window or door. But, in time, they see more and more bees in their home. That’s when Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service usually gets the call for help.

When Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service gets a bee call we want to know what room do the bees gather? Often bees gather in a room where there may be a fireplace. Bees often gather inside chimneys and build hives. If bees enter through the fireplace, they usually will fly directly to a window. So, you won’t always see them inside the fireplace. Bees naturally move towards light, hence towards windows.

But, what if you don’t have a chimney. Well, the next step go ahead and check your vents. It could be a stove vent, a bathroom vent, a dryer vent or some pipe extending outside your home. If the bees are near the kitchen windows, bathroom windows, or laundry room, Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service suggests you check those vents or pipes. Also, we suggest put your ear to the wall near any vent. Hear any buzzing? If so, give Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service a call at (937) 340-1867.

 

Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service have found the following to be the most common bee entry points:

  • Masonry gaps in foundations, structure walls, and chimneys
  • Unsecured roof, ridge, and gable vents
  • Improperly installed, broken, or missing exhaust vents
  • Unsealed window and door frames
  • Exposed drip edge and soffit
  • Broken, missing, or damaged wood

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Are you noticing bees in your home?

Most people think bees in their home may have flown in through an open window or door. But, in time, they see more and more bees in their home. That’s when Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service usually gets the call for help.

When Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service gets a bee call we want to know what room do the bees gather? Often bees gather in a room where there may be a fireplace. Bees often gather inside chimneys and build hives. If bees enter through the fireplace, they usually will fly directly to a window. So, you won’t always see them inside the fireplace. Bees naturally move towards light, hence towards windows.

 

Bees can enter your home through old wooden vents and any other opening that a bee can fit through.

Bees can enter your home through old wooden vents and any other opening that a bee can fit through.

 

But, what if you don’t have a chimney. Well, the next step go ahead and check your vents. It could be a stove vent, a bathroom vent, a dryer vent or some pipe extending outside your home. If the bees are near the kitchen windows, bathroom windows, or laundry room, Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service suggests you check those vents or pipes. Also, we suggest put your ear to the wall near any vent. Hear any buzzing? If so, give Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service a call at (937) 340-1867.

 

Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service have found the following to be the most common bee entry points:

  • Masonry gaps in foundations, structure walls, and chimneys
  • Unsecured roof, ridge, and gable vents
  • Improperly installed, broken, or missing exhaust vents
  • Unsealed window and door frames
  • Exposed drip edge and soffit
  • Broken, missing, or damaged wood

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More Insights Into Bees

bee habits

Bees usually range in size from about ¼” to ¾” with some few species measuring much smaller or larger. Bees’ nests can vary in size and construction material. Some bees make their own nests, while others use former animal burrows and natural crevices. Bees only eat pollen and nectar from flowers, so if you observe a stinging insect eating another animal or insect, you are likely dealing with a wasp or yellowjacket. The bee population as a whole has been greatly affected by pesticides and colony collapse disorder, and there are currently very few feral bee colonies in the US.

 

Bees feed on nectar of flowering plants, vegetables and trees. They pollinate our fruits, vegetables and plants.

Bees feed on nectar of flowering plants, vegetables and trees. They pollinate our fruits, vegetables and plants.

 

Health Concerns: Bee Infestation

Barnes Wildlife Contol Bee Removal Service says watch out for bees. This person had an allergic reaction to a bee sting. Fortunately  they were treated in time.

This person had an allergic reaction to a bee sting. Fortunately they were treated in time.

Aside from being painful, bee stings are known to cause allergic reactions in certain people. Even a mild allergy has the potential to escalate. If you have a known bee-related allergy, please be cautious around bees and do not threaten them. A professional bee removal company like Barnes Wildlife Control is simply the best option for quick, effective, bee removal service!

 

Remember, Bee Stings Are Painful

This young boy had a bee-sting around his eye. Fortunately he was not allergic. But, this did really hurt! Ouch!

This young boy had a bee-sting around his eye. Fortunately he was not allergic. But, this did really hurt! Ouch!

Bee stings can be very painful and many species have barbed stingers which worsen the pain. Some types of bee will even lose their stingers once they use them to attack a predator. Their painful stings can also be heightened by the presence of other chemicals or venom present in their bodies. Bees are typically capable of coexisting peacefully with humans, but it is important that you do not let bees accumulate on your property or else they will claim your territory as their own. If you notice a bee colony on or near your property, call our trained professionals at Barnes Wildlife Control for top-notch bee removal service!

 

Bee Are Ecologically Helpful, But…

Bees, although helpful, can be a major nuisance for Dayton homeowners. Bees are not nearly as aggressive as hornets or wasps when defending their nest, but may still pose a threat to anyone in their vicinity. Bee colonies can number in the hundreds with nests increasing in size over time if not handled properly. Not only can bees pose an immediate danger, but they have the ability to gain access to your home if allowed to reside on your property.

 

Check out this amazing wild bee hive. Be especially careful of these! Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service

Check out this amazing wild bee hive. Be especially careful of these! Also, they are very rare so please don’t disturb them. Feel free to contact Barnes Wildlife Control Bee Removal Service.

 

Bees have been known to form nests in walls, attics, and other protected locations within people’s homes. If you notice bees inside or near your house, be diligent and call a professional bee removal company right away. Bees will remain on your property for as long as you allow them to. Barnes Wildlife Control is Dayton, Ohio’s leading bee removal service company. Call us today at (937) 340-1867 for quick, effective bee removal!

 

More Insights Into Bees

bee habits

Bees usually range in size from about ¼” to ¾” with some few species measuring much smaller or larger. Bees’ nests can vary in size and construction material. Some bees make their own nests, while others use former animal burrows and natural crevices. Bees only eat pollen and nectar from flowers, so if you observe a stinging insect eating another animal or insect, you are likely dealing with a wasp or yellowjacket. The bee population as a whole has been greatly affected by pesticides and colony collapse disorder, and there are currently very few feral bee colonies in the US.

 

Bees feed on nectar of flowering plants, vegetables and trees. They pollinate our fruits, vegetables and plants.

Bees feed on nectar of flowering plants, vegetables and trees. They pollinate our fruits, vegetables and plants.

 

Remember, Bee Stings Are Painful

Bee stings can be very painful and many species have barbed stingers which worsen the pain. Some types of bee will even lose their stingers once they use them to attack a predator. Their painful stings can also be heightened by the presence of other chemicals or venom present in their bodies. Bees are typically capable of coexisting peacefully with humans, but it is important that you do not let bees accumulate on your property or else they will claim your territory as their own. If you notice a bee colony on or near your property, call our trained professionals at Barnes Wildlife Control for top-notch bee removal service!

 

This young boy had a bee-sting around his eye. Fortunately he was not allergic. But, this did really hurt! Ouch!

This young boy had a bee-sting around his eye. Fortunately he was not allergic. But, this did really hurt! Ouch!

 

Bee Are Ecologically Helpful, But…

Bees, although helpful, can be a major nuisance for Dayton homeowners. Bees are not nearly as aggressive as hornets or wasps when defending their nest, but may still pose a threat to anyone in their vicinity. Bee colonies can number in the hundreds with nests increasing in size over time if not handled properly. Not only can bees pose an immediate danger, but they have the ability to gain access to your home if allowed to reside on your property.

Bees have been known to form nests in walls, attics, and other protected locations within people’s homes. If you notice bees inside or near your house, be diligent and call a professional bee removal company right away. Bees will remain on your property for as long as you allow them to. Barnes Wildlife Control is Dayton, Ohio’s leading bee removal service company. Call us today at (937) 340-1867 for quick, effective bee removal!

 

Health Concerns: Bee Infestation

Aside from being painful, bee stings are known to cause allergic reactions in certain people. Even a mild allergy has the potential to escalate. If you have a known bee-related allergy, please be cautious around bees and do not threaten them. A professional bee removal company like Barnes Wildlife Control is simply the best option for quick, effective, bee removal service!

 

Barnes Wildlife Contol Bee Removal Service says watch out for bees. This person had an allergic reaction to a bee sting. Fortunately  they were treated in time.

This person had an allergic reaction to a bee sting. Fortunately they were treated in time.

Bees In Your Home? See bees nest or nests in your yard? Bees nests along the side of your home? Contact Barnes Wildlife Controls Bee Removal Service Today!