Removing Bee’s Nests
LESLIE: Earl in Texas has some unwanted visitors buzzing around. Tell us what’s going on.EARL: Well, I’ve got some honey bees that don’t seem to like me very well. (Leslie chuckles)TOM: Alright.EARL: And I was just wondering some way I could get them to leave.TOM: Well, I wouldn’t do it yourself, Earl.EARL: No, I’m not going to; not after over 150 stings and I wasn’t bothering them.TOM: Oh, boy. Yeah, I would be very, very careful here. I think it’s really a job for a pro. Now it is possible that they can take down the nest and actually transfer it or sort of repurpose it.EARL: Mm-hmm.TOM: But I definitely would tell you to call a pro for this. Don’t want to give you any advice because this is definitely not a DIY job.LESLIE: Uh-uh.TOM: Got to have the right equipment and you’ve got to make sure the bees are in a good mood.EARL: OK.TOM: Thanks so much for calling us at 888-MONEY-PIT.