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Bees Control and Removal

Although honey bee populations have been decreasing across the United States, dangerous Africanized bees have continued to populate Florida and other southern states. Africanized bees, also known as killer bees, are an aggressive strain of bees that first appeared in the United States in the 1990s.

Once in a swarm, bees will pursue intruders great distances, stinging relentlessly. This can be an extreme danger for human adults—not to mention pets and children.

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Reasons to Hire a Professional:

When a honeycomb is left inside a wall multiple things will go wrong. One they could go inside your home. Second, you will have dead bees in your structure with melting honey. When left inside your structure the hive will attract maggots, cockroaches, ants, etc. Then mold. Last but not least you will continue to have bees coming to your property as they smell that pheromone & honey that has now soaked into the structure of your home.

If you’re in search of beehive removal or bee hive prevention you’re in the right place. Our professionals will remove a hive from anywhere in your home. 

Dealing With Bees in your Home:

Bees are a common insect, often creating beehives in and around human structures. Although bees play an important role in the ecosystem, the presence of a hive near your home is cause for concern. If you discover a beehive in your backyard, contact a pest control professional immediately to handle the situation properly.


Go Green Pest Control has the experience and equipment to safely eradicate infestations to keep you and your family safe. With almost two decades of providing superior service to area residents, we offer the best protection against hazardous bee infestations on or near your property.

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13144 Grand Army of the Republic Highway Chardon, OH 44024


South Carolina Division

Beaufort County, SC 29910


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