Our Saturday night adventure involved this.
This is our bathroom ceiling . . . with holes in it. Holes just large enough to fit the spray cap of the bee spray. That's right; the bees decided to take advantage of our family's warm hospitality and set up residence in the ceiling of our bathroom. Unfortunately for them, we didn't want to share.
After our courageous father sprayed the bees, they have been finding their way into our house through different air ducts, vents, and any other outlet.
We discovered them when we kept hearing the sound of milk being poured on a bowl of rice krispies. Apparently, that is the sound of their wings on the ceiling. Mom looked out the window and saw bees coming in-and-out, in-and-out, in-and-out.
After some research on the internet, she quickly realized that a beehive in your attic is something that you need to take care of sooner rather than later as a beehive can weigh 20 - 80 pounds in less than 3 months. Can you imagine that falling through the ceiling during one of our morning showers? AHHHHHHH!!!!
So bee-ware of the company you might receive if you move to Montana.