Honey Bees generally do not harm or pose any threat to humans. Honeybees produce honey from pollen and nectar of the plants they pollinate. They store the honey in honeycombs in their nests. They often build their nests in tree crevices, but will occasionally build nests in attics or chimneys of houses. They can sting humans accidentally and that can cause swelling and a burning sensation but sometimes the reaction can be more severe. Honey bee management is a dangerous task and hence our team does it by wearing the safety gear and hand gloves.
They then treat the beehive with a chemical spray during night so that the bees do not disturb the surroundings.
Rodents are mammals of the order Rodentia, from the Latin rodere “to gnaw”. They not only contaminate the food in the kitchen but also severely damage electronics, household appliances, wiring, fabrics, books etc. Removing rodents with traps or poisons will not keep rodents out of your home in the future. To permanently keep rats and mice out of your home or business, you will need to prevent access by sealing all possible entry points.
The treatment has two parts:
Poison Baits (Rodenticides)
Rodenticides are poisons that kill rodents. Depending upon their chemical property and mode of action Rodenticides can be classified into two groups.
Single-dose Anticoagulants (Fast action Baiting) Multi-dose Anticoagulants (Slow action Baiting) Rodent management should be done by professional and trained pest control operators because it involves handling of toxic materials.