Once in, they set up housekeeping.
The bees build comb and the queen starts laying eggs. A healthy colony will have 60,000 – 80,000 bees during the summer months.
Our bee wranglers remove the bees, comb, & honey and close up the space so more bees don’t move in.
If a colony is just exterminated the honey, comb & larva are all left unattended and they will attract other pests like ants, roaches, mice, etc. When the honeycomb finally collapses the honey will ooze out and collapse drywall, ooze out between bricks and mortar, or the whole mess could turn into black mold.
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