Bee Swarm Traps Florida Man Inside Home
A Florida man was trapped inside his apartment by a swarm of as many as 10,000 honey bees, officials said. As the man tried to leave his residence last week, he noticed the bees swarming around the door, forcing him back inside.
A local bee removal company was called to remove the bee hive and allow the man to safely leave his apartment, according to local media reports.
Reports of aggressive bee swarms are on the rise across San Diego, Orange, and Riverside counties as warmer spring temperatures continue to build. As summer temperatures arrive, bee activity will peak and many more people will have problems with bee swarms in or near their homes, offices, and other structures.
Are You Protected From Bees?
What can you do to protect yourself from aggressive bee swarms? If you notice bees buzzing around the eaves of your home, your roof, or other areas of your property, you should contact Pro Pacific Bee Removal as soon as possible. If you wait too long, you can allow bees to establish a hive and cause costly structural damage to your home.
If you have repeated problems with bees building hives in your home, you should consider a bee proof of your structure. A Pro Pacific Bee Removal technician will use wire mesh, caulking, and other materials to seal off the tiny cracks, crevices, and openings in your structure that bees can use to gain entry.