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Bee Removal Is Our Only Business - Fast, Effective, Affordable
Bee Removal Is Our Only Business - Fast, Effective, Affordable

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Africanized honey bees look just like European honey bees. Usually you have no way to tell the two breeds apart without viewing their behavior. Unfortunately, the only way to observe their behavior involves causing aggression, which is not advisable. If you find any bees on your property or in the wild, call our professional exterminators at 602-751-1002 to identify and solve the problem. View our recent Africanized honey bees removal project at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VnP_FZHK3c.
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Fast Response at an Affordable Price
When it comes to bees, you can’t afford to wait around for a slow-paced company. We respond quickly and efficiently to your bee removal needs and our prices are fair. Call us for a quote today at 602-751-1002 or get a FREE ESTIMATE at http://beeremovalnow.com/arizona-emergency-bee-wasp-removal-specialist-local-honey-bee-exterminator-phoenix-scottsdale-az/.
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Fear of Bees: There’s a Word for That ---- Did you know that there are actually two words to describe the fear of bees or bee stings? One word for “fear of bees” is actually a Greek word "melissophobia". This word stems from the Greek words "melissa" (which means “honey bee”) and "phobos" (which means “fear”). However, the most common word attributed to this specific fear is "apiphobia". This word stems from the Latin word "apis" (“honey bee”) and the Greek "phobos". Learn more at http://beeremovalnow.com/fear-of-bees-theres-a-word-for-that/.
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Bee Myth # 6 - Bees Dance to Communicate
Honey bees do communicate to other bees in their colony via a “waggle” dance. This dance consists of 1 to 100 (or more) circuits, which involve running through a small figure-eight pattern. But this dance isn’t always enough to get the message across. Learn more at http://beeremovalnow.com/get-the-facts-on-these-6-bee-myths/.
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Africanized honeybees are much more aggressive and defensive than other bee species. They are responsible for numerous injuries and death to people, livestock and pets in the Valley of the Sun. As a “Killer Bee” colony grows in size and numbers, they will get more and more defensive. It is critical that the problem be remedied as soon as possible. See what we had to deal with the other day on the job at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7K66NAO-eE and call A.S.A.P. Bee Removal at 602-751-1002 for assistance.
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We are very blessed and honored to serve our community, and we pride ourselves in building great relationships with our customers. But no matter how many examples we provide, or what we might say about the quality of our work, those who say it best are those who have already received our services. Please read what some of our clients have had to say about working with A.S.A.P. Bee Removal - https://www.yelp.com/biz/asap-bee-removal-phoenix-2.
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Bee Myth # 5 - Bees Don’t Sting at Night
A lot of bee species are diurnal, so they tend to go home to their nests at night. Cooler evening temperatures also make bees more docile, so they’re less likely to fly after you in the dark. As a result, some people assume bees never sting during the evening. However, queen bees can certainly sting in the dark. Learn more at http://beeremovalnow.com/get-the-facts-on-these-6-bee-myths/.
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From David Charlesworth, A.S.A.P. Bee Removal owner ---- Please call us at 602.751.1002 for honest phone quotes, quick response time, and same day service 7 days a week. All our work guaranteed - we’re state certified, and fully licensed and insured. Please view our short infomercial at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m8s8WhmIt0.
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Bee Myth # 4 - Bees Always Die When They Sting
If you’ve ever been stung, you may have taken a small amount of satisfaction in knowing that the bee will never be able to repeat the offense. But unfortunately, this depends on the type of bee that stings you. When honey bees sting, their barbed stinger becomes embedded in your skin. When they try to pull away and sting you again, the barb detaches and pulls some of its digestive tract along with it. As a result, they die not long afterward. Learn more at http://beeremovalnow.com/get-the-facts-on-these-6-bee-myths/.
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