Usually they don't cause any harm to your house, but it's dangerous. If the hive is near a doorway or a window they can get into the house, or perhaps a guest coming over could accidently nudge it. If you have pets they may try to bite it. I've had bee hives in the oddest places on the outside of my home.
The best time to get rid of these pesky little bees is dusk (they go into a dormant state.) If you go to your local hardware store there is a foam poison that you can use. The bottle has a long thin tube on it that is inserted inside the hive and will evaporate it, killing the bees along with it. BEWARE: Wear protective clothing and you will need 2 people for this job and 2 of those bottles of foam. One tube should go inside the top and one at the bottom (bees always have an escape route.) This has to be done at the same time and on the count of 3!
If this sounds like it's too much for you get a professional in.
If the hive is way up on the house, not close to your windows or air vents into the attic, then I would just leave them alone. Bees are wonderful for the garden as I am sure you know.
In the Fall there is another problem. Bees are very dormant then and can often be seen walking through grass. It is much easier to get stung in the Fall then in the summer.
Good luck Marcy
make sure they are not carpenter bees
Probably not. Bees can do extensive damage to a home.
A hive A hive is what you call them I believe.
no. they build in groups.
A bee hive in a house is not a good or bad omen. Bees in a home can be a good omen, in some cases. If there is a bee hive in a house, it should be removed.
A hive, sometimes called a bee's hive
The noun 'hive' is a concrete noun as a word for a structure to house bees. The noun 'hive' is often used in an abstract context for 'a hive of activity'.
the house of the bees is called a hive.
If it's warm, they are probably outside to cool off.
While flying if they can get outside the hive. In winter, they have to do it inside the hive and it gets cleared up when the weather improves.
Yes, and they always do so outside of the hive.
A cell can be like city, a factory, a house, a bee hive, a school, and the human body. There are many more you just have to think outside the box.
A bee hive in an outside cinder block wall can be sealed. You will need to seal up any and all holes in the cinder block.
A bee lives in a hive.
Honey bees live in a nest, often called a 'hive.' One hive can hold up to 80,000 bees, most of them workers. It is often located in a hollow tree. The hive is made of honeycomb, which are tightly packed hexagonal cells made of beeswax. They use the hive to store food and house their young.
For protection. If the queen bee were to venture outside then she would be vulnerable to predators and thus place the entire hive in jeopardy. The hive would become unsustainable as new bees would no longer be produced.
yeah they mate and generally they fight for their mates