Does Your Home Have Honeycomb?
A beehive full of honey is something you don’t want in your attic or walls. Bees in roofs or bees in walls for more than 3 weeks can build and store up enough honey and comb that in most cases it should be removed. The only way to remove the beehive out of a roof or wall is to cut the structure open and clean all the honeycomb out.
Why It’s Necessary To Remove Honeycomb From Your Home
The sweltering summers in Phoenix are so hot that the honeycomb melts down like butter seeping in the walls and cracks of a home. The sugar in the honey can attract a host of unwanted insects it also has an odor most of the time as well as honey leaking for years. If you have noticed bees at your home or business don’t wait to get the bees taken care of, it will only get worse. Bees in structures won’t go away on their own.
Well-Trained Honeycomb Removal Technicians
Our technicians are fully trained to remove honeycomb with the lease evasive measures. Call today if you suspect you have a beehive at your home.