Category Archives: Bee Removal

The Many Types of Bug Bites and Stings & How to Differentiate Them

Getting bitten or stung by an insect is never pleasant, but some bites and stings are more serious and uncomfortable than others. Furthermore, if you didn’t see the actual insect land on your skin, you might not be sure exactly what caused symptoms like itching, pain, swelling, and redness.

Here is some information about the different types of bug bites and stings and how to differentiate them to pursue the best course of treatment.

Spider Bites

Many spider bites are harmless, but others are dangerous and require immediate medical attention. Spider bites typically look like two small puncture marks and have a single raised papule or pustule. Spiders, such as brown recluses and black widows, are very dangerous when they bite. Meanwhile, some people have allergic reaction to even the most common spiders. The symptoms of a spider bite may be unnoticeable at first but worsen after two to eight hours.

Tick Bites

If you’ve been bitten by a tick, you’ll likely notice swelling and pain at the affected area. You may also notice blisters forming, a rash, and a burning sensation. Since ticks can remain attached to skin for long periods of time, it is best to remove the entire tick with tweezers. A skin reaction at the site of a tick bite can be symptomatic for several days or even weeks.

Mosquito Bites

Mosquito bites appear as small, round, and swollen bumps that appear very soon after you’ve been bit. They may occur as a single bite or occur in clusters. Mosquito bites are usually very itchy, but the itch should subside within a few days.

Bee Stings

After being stung by a bee, the skin develops a white spot where the stinger went into the skin. You may experience itching, pain, swelling, and redness after being stung by a bee. The symptoms of a bee sting typically peak after about 24 to 48 hours and may last for several days after that.

Wasp Stings

Unlike bees that only sting one time, wasps can sting multiple times if they become aggressive. Wasp stings can be itchy and result in swelling, sharp pain, and redness. You’ll also notice raised welts around the place you were stung. With wasp stings, the redness and swelling will typically increase for two to three days after being stung and then subside after that.

One of the best ways to prevent these types of bites and stings (and many others too) is to keep your home and yard pest-free. At Precise Pest Control, we offer effective, prompt, safe, and affordable pest control solutions to help you minimize your risks. At the first signs of a pest problem or as a preventative measure, contact us for a free inspection.

Wasp vs. Bee: Which Is It, and How to Deal with a Yard Infestation

A wasp on a pink flower

Maybe it buzzes, maybe it stings, and maybe it’s terrorizing your home and yard.

Wasps and bees are an important part of nature, but it can be very unsettling and unsafe to have them in your personal space.

This article will describe the differences between bees and wasps and provide tips about what you should do if you have a bee or wasp infestation in your yard.

As experts in identifying these species, as well as bee hive removal, we’ll also discuss the importance of removing the entire hive and other preventative tips for a bee-free home.

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How to Create a Bee-Friendly Backyard

bumblebee pollinating flower in a bee friendly gardenAlthough many people see bees as a nuisance, they actually play a very important role in our world. Bees pollinate many of the flowering plants that grow in the wild and agricultural plants that we depend upon for food. It has been estimated that honeybees and other pollinators help produce at least $19 billion worth of agricultural crops in the U.S. per year!

But you don’t have to be a farmer to see the advantages of having bees in your life. In fact, helping preserve the world’s bee population can start right in your own backyard. Here are some tips for creating a backyard that welcomes bees and eco-friendly methods for bee control.

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Effective & Sustainable Bee Removal: NJ

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Sustainable bee removal in NJ is very important on several levels. For a number of years, bee populations have been declining and environmental groups are growing increasingly worried about what that means climate change and food production.  Bees help sustain vegetation growth and can be considered a fundamental building block of the food chain. As essential as bees are to the environment, you do not want to necessarily live near them or fear their sting while enjoying the warm weather months in your backyard. This article explores how the most professional bee removal NJ has to offer, is serviced by industry professionals that cater to the Northern New Jersey areas of Passaic and Bergen counties.  Precise Pest Control in New Jersey employs university-educated industry leaders and have been in the pest control business for over 25 years. Continue reading

Obama’s Plan to Protect Bees and How to Remove Bees Safely

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There is growing concern from researchers as well as the public that bee populations continue to decline at dangerous rates. More attention has been drawn to the mass die-offs that have occurred among the beekeepers’ stock of pollinators evidenced by the signs of dead bee bodies found on the ground without explanation. While in recent years it has been revealed that colony collapse is in decline, bee populations have been taking a hit since the 1960s. Continue reading

Bee Removal Services in New Jersey

Bees make their hives in the most convenient place for their colony, but that place is not always convenient for you. When you find a bee hive in your attic or your yard, you cannot approach the bees on your own. Each step you take after making the discovery will determine whether your encounter with the bees has a positive outcome or not. Contacting an experienced New Jersey bee exterminator can assess the hive and safely remove the nest from your property.

Do Not Antagonize Them

Swatting at bees and trying to destroy their hive is not a good decision. Bees can swarm if they feel provoked, but most bees can fly around whatever you are swinging at them. Also, going to the hive directly could send out an army of bees that you did not realize were inside. The colony is a family, and bees will fight to protect their family.

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