I still needed to have the duct system professionally cleaned before I could run the
Last year, in the late Spring, I had some major issues with bees in the house. At first, there was just a single bee flying around, scaring our kids. I usually managed to trap the bee in a cup & release it outside, however eventually, we started finding three to more than three bees every morning. I couldn’t figure out how they were getting inside or where they were coming from. When the weather warmed up & I lowered the control unit, I realized that the bees were situated in the air duct. The started up & a bunch of angry bees poured out of the supply vents. There were so several of them that we swiftly evacuated the house. I right away called a local HVAC business, thinking that I’d need a worker to wash the bees out of the air duct. The HVAC business informed myself and others that bees are protected, & I’d need to contact a licensed bee removal business. It took myself and others awhile to find a bee removal specialist in our local area, however thankfully, the guy was willing to come to our beach house that same morning. The removal process was rather lengthy & involved, however was completed separate from causing mangle to our home. I had distraught that the guy would need to tear into our walls to access the ducts. However, once the bees were gone, their hive was left behind. I still needed to have the duct system professionally cleaned before I could run the The HVAC business was not as accommodating as the bee removal service. I was forced to wait over a week for an appointment.