Honey Bees play a vital role in our environment. They are responsible for one-third of the food we eat on a daily basis. However, having bees around or in your house can become a problem. Follow along to learn about safe ways to deal with honey bees and honey bee awareness. #SavetheBees
Bee stings can be quite severe or deadly to people with allergies to bees. Making sure there are no beehives around your home could save a visit to the emergency room or even someone’s life.
Most bees aren’t that aggressive. However, if you provoke them or get to close to their hive, they will protect their nest and attack you.
Having a beehive on your house, patio, or playset can increase the chances of being stung by a bee. And we all can agree that bee stings hurt.
If a beehive is not taken care of right away, the colony will continue to grow. Large bee colonies can cause severe structural damage to your home’s walls, roofs, windows, and gutters. Honey overflows can also leave stains to your siding or interior walls.
God has blessed us with a wonderful & beautiful world. Therefore, in the most possible means, we strive to be humane and environmental-friendly in all our work.
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