I found out just the other day that our homeowner’s insurance entirely covers bee infestations, then this was wonderful news to me, since I had no money to deal with our most recent concern, and it seems to care about when you’re a homeowner, there’s always something going wrong.
First our washer broke down and then a couple of weeks later, the belt on our dryer tore up, however after that, both of us had to repair a burst pipe in our basement and then a week after that, both of us started to notice a whole bunch of bees in our entryway window.
At first, I thought that it was just an isolated problem I was having. The bees took care of the yellow jackets to myself and others and so I just squashed them with a fly swatter and threw them in the trash. However then the next morning, there were multiple more bees in the windowsill, buzzing around and trying to get out. That’s when I knew that these bees were getting into the beach house from anywhere. I called up a residential bee extermination supplier that I was able to find on the internet. They were a local supplier, thank goodness, and so I didn’t have to spend our money a ton to get them to come out and do a housecall. They figured out that both of us entirely had a big yellow jacket nest in the wall of our garage between the garage and the entry, somehow they had made their way through the interior wall and they were getting into the entryway that way. I was so ecstatic that the exterminators came and got rid of the yellow jacket concern for us, and nobody wants bees in their house! Best of all, the insurance supplier paid for the extermination.