Dealing with a bee infestation in our garage

I have dealt with wasps and hornets in the past and I knew that it was not a task for anyone other than a professional

I’m easily blissful that the hot season is finally here, since it’s been a long, chilly frosty season around here. Springtime wasn’t much better, either, to tell you the truth, it was rainy and chilly all through the Springtime and I was starting to wonder if the weather was ever going to begin heating up… But evidently, that sort of weather didn’t pose much of a setback to the bee, hornet, and wasp population because they seem to be doing just wonderful around here. When I was cleaning out the garage and trying to get all of our Summer season stuff down from the attic, I noticed a truly terrifying thing. I was moving all of our beach stuff down, such as the boogie boards and the beach tent, and suddenly several massive hornets flew straight at me! I screamed and just about fell off the attic ladder however I made it back into the household separate from getting stung by a hornet. When I peeked into the garage later, I saw that it wasn’t just a few random bees hanging out there, there was a nearly constant stream of horrifying looking hornets flying in and out of the garage regularly. I came to realize that I must have disturbed their wasp nest when I was moving stuff around in the attic. Well, I didn’t even try to go out there and spray them myself. I have dealt with wasps and hornets in the past and I knew that it was not a task for anyone other than a professional. I contacted one of the local wasp extermination companies and made an appointment. Then I stayed far away from the garage until they showed up the following day! They were able to safely remove all of the wasps and now I can get back to the attic for my hot season preparations.

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