I thought I had my beach home fairly well-sealed, even though I found out the taxing way Last month that my assumptions were gravely mistaken. Although I had done a moderately wonderful task with the weather stripping on all of my windows and doors, I forgot to inspect my air intake vents on the outside of my house. These vents pull in fresh air from outdoors to circulate with the Heating and A/C cycled air indoors. In several cases this can lead to better air quality inside your beach home overall. Unfortunately, these areas are also prime environments for bees and wasps looking for shelter from the elements. One afternoon I was in my bathroom when my heat kicked on. Within minutes several wasps started flying out of my air vent in the ceiling. I was both baffled and freaked out by the event. I had no system how extensive the nest was, or if there was even a nest at all, so I called a local Heating and AC business. Unfortunately, there was destruction to the filter on the fresh air intake, so bees and debris and dirt were getting pull into my central system. My Heating and A/C professional replaced the filter and repaired the destruction to the intake inlet to make sure nothing as large as a bee or wasp could make their way into my home love this again. Once the tech situated the wasp nest, she used an eco-friendly insect repellent to get the wasps out so she could manually remove the nest. It’s essential to steer clear of any harmful pesticides or insecticides when you’re dealing with pests in your air system. Those chemicals will accumulate up there and you’ll never be able to fully clean your air system, always breathing small amounts of toxic fumes every single afternoon. Now that my air intake inlet is repaired, I don’t have to fear bees flying out of my vents at random moments of the afternoon.