Have you been searching for information on how to safely get rid of a bees nest? If so, read on. There can be up to 50,000 bees in a hive, and if you can only see a fraction of the bees, many more may be hidden deeply. Places you might find a bees nest include in walls, on roofs, in the chimney and in trees. In many circumstances, it may be best to call a professional to help you instead of trying to remove the nest yourself. Some bees can be very aggressive and you may be faced with stings and swarms.
Do you know how to safely get rid of a bees nest?
You should definitely call a professional if you are allergic to bees and their venom and need to safely get rid of a bees nest. Stings can even cause you to have trouble breathing if you are allergic, and they can bring on vomiting, diarrhoea and even death. If you have a small hive and do wish to carry out the task yourself, you may be able to implement a solution using a spray insecticide. Resources you may wish to use if you are trying to remove the nest yourself without professional help include leather gloves, light-coloured, smooth-textured clothes, soap and water, a special veil, insecticide spray and a large plastic bag.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we may be able to come to your assistance if you have been stung by a bee or wasp and have been forced to take time off work and undergo medical treatment. We will need to prove that the sting or stings could have been avoided. Perhaps a beekeeper was negligent, or you were on an apiary tour and the organisers failed to take precautions to stop you coming to harm. Whatever the case, we do have vast experience when it comes to claiming for bee and wasp stings.
Making a claim
You will not need any money to start a claim with us, and the fact we work on a no-win, no-fee* basis is also reassuring for our clients. You may wish to take our 30-second test online to find out if you’re likely to have a case and how much compensation you could receive. If you’d rather skip the online compensation calculator and talk to an advisor, call 0800 689 0500 on your landline or 0333 500 0993 if you’re using your mobile.
Date Published: May 5, 2017
Author: Accident Advice