WATCH: Woman’s house invaded by at least 100,000 bees and it's happened before

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This unfortunate predicament picked up a lot of buzz.

A Georgia woman was stunned to find a swarm of at least 100,000 bees inside her home. However, it's become somewhat routine as this wasn’t the first time the insects have invaded her residence.

For 14 years, Lisa Ohrmundt has lived in her home in Decatur. She told CNN that she's had to remove the pests from her home four separate times.

“Four years ago, in May of 2017, we had a really big hive taken out, a couple years later we had a smaller one taken out, then a week or so ago we had a smaller one taken out, and then this one ... hopefully is the grand finale,” Ohrmundt said.

Upon discovering the bees this time, Ohrmundt noticed that they were flying around the outside of her home and then suddenly disappearing.

“You see them going in and out and you think—that’s odd!” she said. “This time a lot of bees kept getting in our house—any given day there would be 20 to 25 bees at the base of our sliding glass door.”

A neighbor had told Ohrmundt that the previous owners of the home also had to have bees removed.

Bobby Chaisson, operations director at Georgia Bee Removal, said there isn’t a specific reason why the bees choose Ohrmundt’s house.

“They just love that house. I don’t know what it is, it’s like they have a sign on the side of the house that says: ‘Bees Welcome, Please Move In,’” he said.

Ohrmundt shared video of Chaisson removing the bees from inside her ceiling. She captioned the clip: "Ok, here it is! Bees 2021!!!"

While they hive has since been removed from inside her home, Ohrmundt is not completely convinced they won't bee back.

"I had [Bobby] go down the wall with his heat sensor to see about any other potential homes," she told the outlet. "Hopefully not, but I wouldn't rule anything out."

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