Homeowners Insurance Won’t Cover Expenses due to Bee Removal

I was able to find some new home remedies on how to remove the bees in the most humane way possible using less chemical agents.

A year ago, while I was inside my garage, I heard some unusual buzzing noises. I called my fiance and she investigated it and found out that we had a swarm of bees inside the walls of the garage. I was very shocked, as this has never happened before. At first, my fiance wanted to exterminate the bees himself, however I preferred to find out our best occasion to safely take away the bees. After doing some research, I discovered that if we have the bees detached and we suffer damage to our new home, our homeowners insurance will not cover the disfigures. So, not only would we need to pay a bee removal service, we would also be responsible for any repairs associated with the bee removal. After discovering this, my fiance wanted to try to get rid of the bees himself. But I have always heard that bees are becoming an endangered species, so I wanted to make sure that we weren’t violating any laws. Based on what I found, it is not illegal to remove bees from our property, however it is advocated to have the swarm eradicated by a professional bee removal business. I was able to find some new home remedies on how to remove the bees in the most humane way possible using less chemical agents. In the end, we decided to contact a beekeeper and he was able to safely get rid of the bees. And we didn’t have to pay for anything, as there was no destruction caused to our property. Because the beekeeper didn’t charge us for his services, my fiance gave him a donation for getting rid of all of the bee colony.

 

 

Wasp Removal

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