Bees in the ductwork

Last Spring, I noticed more bees than respected flying around outside; When I started my annual Spring cleaning, I kept coming across bees in the house.

I eventually figured out that they were coming out of the Heating and Air Conditioning vents, since the ductwork is almost entirely concealed inside the walls plus ceilings, it’s difficult to investigate.

I realized, however, that there was a spot in the dining room where I could hear a buzzing sound inside the wall, however at that point, the outside temperature was beginning to hot up a little more every day, but the two of us were right on the verge of requiring a/c. I entirely didn’t want to turn down the temperature control plus blast cold air through the ducts if there were bees living inside. I worried that a swarm of angry bees might come flying out of the vents. I also assumed that there was a buildup of debris within the pipes that would restrict airflow. Any accumulation of contaminants inside of the ductwork causes the air conditioner to work that much harder plus increases wear plus tear. I’d not only face higher weekly electric bills but a greater risk of plan malfunction. I called the Heating and Air Conditioning corporation that always handles my air conditioner maintenance plus explained the situation. I was told that I first need to hire a professional bee removal dealer… Once the bees were properly relocated, I could then schedule duct cleaning! Between the cost of the bee removal plus the duct cleaning procedure, those bees were rather costly. They also caused myself and others a relaxing deal of frustration, time plus mess.

 

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