Classify the breed of bee. Confer with a beekeeper how to identify a bee particularly if you have an allergy.

Bees are hostile when their hive is accosted so maintain the bee area undisturbed from pets and people.

Wear long sleeved shirts (turtle is helpful) and pants, goggles, gloves when you try to exterminate the bee colony. Because this extra protection does reduce the risk of a bee sting also shield your skin from bee insecticide or pesticide.

Preferably, contact the colony at night when bees are dormant. At night, you’ll need a flashlight so the first extermination attempt is effectual and will eliminate the majority of the colony.

Flush the bee hive with a store-bought insecticide. Purchase a product with a long-projectile spigot. Drench the hive then immediately leave to avert being beleaguered by bees.

Dislodge the hive after ensuring the bee activity is expunged. Double-check if bee activity is eliminated. Cleanse and scrape the bee hive or nest area (if it was on terrain, on a tree, or inside a wall)


Incinerate the hive in a secure area, if incineration treatment is impracticable then embed the hive several feet underground. Neglecting the hive near your property will draw new bees to start another colony.

Assure the bee colony has bee destroyed from the former nest area. Exterminated bees lure other insects and bee colonies so thoroughly cleanse the (nest or hive) site from detritus.


Get assistance from a beekeeper for unreachable and an big colony. Beekeepers already have the equipment to handle a sizable bee colony without the risk of being stung.


Enclose breaks or voids broader then 1/8 inch near chimneys and plumbing, position screens atop rainspouts and vents, also detach likely nesting areas near a verdant areas (gardens or yards) to inhibit a bee colony nesting.


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