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Most Popular Pest Questions Our Customers Ask

How to remove a bee nest?
To remove a bees nest you’ll need a pair of protective gloves, a bee smoker and a bee escape.
Bee hive removal can be a daunting task if you don’t know what you’re doing. If you think you know what you’re doing, then you’re probably going to get stung. That’s why you should call professionals to come and remove the hive for you. Bees are important for the environment because they pollinate flowers and crops. In fact, bees are responsible for pollinating up to 90% of the world’s food supply. Without bees, we wouldn’t have certain fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds. We wouldn’t even have almond orchards or berry fields.
How much does bee hive removal cost?
The costs associated with bee hive removal can vary depending on several factors. These factors include the size of the hive, the location of the hive, and the level of difficulty associated with removing the hive.
What are common pests in Seattle?

Seattle is known as the Emerald City, but it’s also a city with a lot of pests. Pest control services are very common in Seattle because of the various pests that are in the area and how quickly they can spread and increase in numbers. From cockroaches to bedbugs, rats, termites and fleas, there are plenty of bugs and rodents out there that can wreak havoc on your home and health.

The biggest pest problems in Seattle are:

  • Ants
  • Rats & Mice
  • Spiders
  • Stinging Flying Insects
  • Termites

Can I do my own pest control?

I always recommend hiring a professional for pest control. It may seem like a simple job, but it’s important that you hire someone who is knowledgeable and experienced in the field. There are all kinds of pests and all kinds of ways to get rid of them.

I see a lot of people on Twitter saying that they do their own pest control and it’s totally safe because they’re not using chemicals. But, there’s a lot more to pest control than just using chemicals.

If you’re having pest control issues, call an exterminator. Not doing so can be detrimental to your health and the health of your family. You may think you’re saving money by doing it yourself, but you never know what you could be exposing yourself to.

At the end of the day, you might feel like you’re saving a few hundred bucks by doing your own pest control, but the truth is that you could easily end up spending thousands of dollars on repairs to repair the damage that a single rodent can do to your home.