Homeowner’s walls leak honey after bee removal

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August 8, 2017

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August 8, 2017


The walls of a woman’s home in Spring, Texas, are dripping with honey thanks to the removal of a massive bee infestation.

The infestation was discovered when the roof of the home was being replaced, and nearly 20 pounds of honey were removed from the walls by a “bee removal crew,” according to The Doctors, a CBS talk show.

The woman, who provided only her first name, Latanja, told The Doctors the bees are still flying around inside her house, and that the honey is “a constant drip.”

Pest management professional (PMP) Nick Isaac, Bio Con Pest Control in Bellflower, Calif., appeared on the show to offer his expertise.

Isaac believes the bees had been colonizing in the woman’s attic for years. He recommended the woman seek the help of a licensed pest management professional to help with the problem, and asked her to close up any openings that lead to her attic. He also warns that this problem could return as bees leave a pheromone to attract other bees.

Isaac concluded by advising Latanja to contact a professional pest control company to set up preventive treatments to stop the insects from returning.

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