BeeMan Stan Blog, Clearwater, FL
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At BeeMan Stan, we appreciate the positive things bees and other insects can provide in the ecosystem, but we also know they can be a hassle. Check out our blog for more information about the benefits bees can provide at your home or business, as well as proper prevention and removal techniques in Clearwater, Florida. We’ll see you there!
by BeeMan Stan | Jun 5, 2023January 23rd, 2023 | Pest Services Blog
Some types of bees, like honey bees, are an essential part of our ecosystems. They play a key role in pollinating our crops, thus contributing to global food security. Nevertheless, other types of bees are dangerous, and when a colony establishes a hive on your property, you may be exposed to...
by BeeMan Stan | May 5, 2023January 23rd, 2023 | Pest Services Blog
When it comes to food production, honey bees are our allies. Not only do they provide us with nourishing honey, but they also aid in pollinating our food crops. However, you may sometimes encounter unwanted beehives in your yard or under your home’s eaves. In such instances, honey bee removal...
by BeeMan Stan | Apr 5, 2023January 23rd, 2023 | Pest Services Blog
As a homeowner, you probably know how frustrating wasp infestations can be. Wasps tend to dig in; within days, a small wasp colony can grow into a massive nest with thousands of wasps. If you ever encounter that situation, you will most probably find yourself considering the most efficient wasp...
by BeeMan Stan | Mar 6, 2023January 23rd, 2023 | Pest Services Blog
Yellow jackets are insects belonging to the social wasp family. Social wasps live in colonies similar to ant colonies with workers and queens. Thus, a few worker yellow jackets buzzing across your property will likely alert you to a yellow jacket infestation. If this is the case, we advise you to...
by BeeMan Stan | Feb 6, 2023January 23rd, 2023 | Pest Services Blog
Hornets are highly territorial creatures with formidable stingers. They live in colonies and establish nests on trees or the eaves of your home. Despite living on your property, they are rarely welcoming, particularly when disturbed. Active hornet nests can pose a threat to you, your family, and...