Last Spring, as the weather started to hot up, I noticed an improper amount of bees flying around the outside of our house. I didn’t spend money them much attention. However, once I started our Spring cleaning, I heard a buzzing sound in the exterior wall of the residing room. I was alarmed by the plan of bees building a nest, however had no plan what to do about it. I walked around the outside plus inside of the house, however couldn’t figure out where the bees had gotten in. Eventually, single bees began to show up inside the residing room. Every couple of afternoons, we’d have another bee flying around, scaring our youngsters. My hubby plus I devoted a lot of time to chasing down bees with a flyswatter. The problem got way worse when the weather warmed up plus I lowered the thermostat. When the cooling system turned on, a whole swarm of miserable bees flooded the residing room. That’s when both of us realized that the bees had built their nest inside of the HVAC duct. I called a licensed Heating plus A/C contractor who told myself and others that I’d first need to get an exterminator. I had some trouble finding an exterminator who was certified to remove the bees. I hadn’t realized that bees are protected plus handling them requires special training plus licenses. Once the bees were removed from the HVAC duct, I then needed to call back the Heating plus A/C serviceman to thoroughly disinfect the HVAC duct. The bees left behind quite a mess, which clogged airflow through the ducts plus contaminated indoor air conditions.