Palo Alto Wall Colony Removal

Today I went over to the house of a really nice family in East Palo Alto to locate and remove the colony of bees that had been entering the space in a wall through an exterior vent. The thermal imager showed the border of the colony which facilitated a precise cutting of the external wall (vs. taking down cabinets and cutting through tile in the kitchen) between the studs and removal of the colony.

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