To successfully and safely remove bees from a structure, carpentry skills and beekeeping knowledge are required. Professional beekeepers who have a valid license and insurance should handle the removal of bees. The use of specialist tools and equipment is required for this type of skilled work. This service is not free. There is a price for removing the bees from these unwanted areas, which you may learn more about here. Bees, like any other pet, necessitate the use of specialized tools and resources (such as hives, frames, and a lot of time). In order to produce honey and keep the hive free of disease and swarming, bees must also be properly cared for and controlled.
Why do beekeepers charge for the removal of live bees?
There are two methods of honeybee removal:
Removal of an Established Colony
If a colony of bees has just arrived, it is most likely a swarm.
We may be quoted with a few simple questions and photographs most of the time. Our services start as little as $325+taxes and can go as high as $2k; however, we can usually offer a good estimate figure based on the initial inspection.
Bee removal costs are affected by a variety of factors.
It will depend on several important aspects of how much your bee nest removal will ultimately cost. The most expensive component of bee removal is generally the expense of fixing the areas of your home that the bees have harmed.
We will go through each of these price elements with you and explain how they affect the overall cost of bee removal so that there are no unpleasant surprises when you receive your bill.
Various types of bees
You may be charged differently depending on the type of bee you have. For several reasons, this [...]
When bees are mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind is a sting and honey. Although bee stings can be quite painful, bees are not pests. They are an essential part of our ecosystem.
Sadly, bees are in grave danger, and if we don’t take care of bees, they will soon be no more. Bees are becoming a fast-declining species, primarily due to increased pesticide use, and we need to save them from becoming extinct.
Our guide will discuss the importance of bees and how you can help save them
Why are Bees Important?
Bees are fantastic animals, and here is how they are essential both to us and to the environment:
1.- They Help in Pollination
Bees are the leading agent of pollination. Interestingly, our diet is highly reliant on [...]
Bees are undoubtedly a crucial part of our natural biodiversity, especially since they are instrumental in the continuous growth of plants. After all, they’re the ones that transfer pollen from one plant to another.
However, important as they are, they can also be quite a problem, especially with an infestation. They can even be incredibly dangerous for those who are allergic to bee stings. However, it can be tough to identify if you have a bee infestation in your home if you don’t know the signs.
With that said, check out this article to learn more about the signs of a bee infestation and why you need to get rid of them.
There are suddenly a high number of bees.
One of the first bee infestation signs is that you [...]
Roses are red, violets are blue, spring has arrived, bees have come too. Yes, bees are here to make the world go around, and they will not stop when the right goal is on sight (well, only a good night sleep might be the excuse for a small break). But even the hard working bees can get tired, and they need to rest properly. In order to sleep properly they need a proper space for them to sleep. And guess what’s the trend in bee resorts currently? That’s correct: roofs and houses. Basically, and most probably, your house.
You must be thinking “certainly that will never happen to me” but it’s way more common than you can imagine. So what do you do if a beehive is in your house? Here’s a little guide than can help you out managing this situation.
First of all, do not try to remove them by your own. [...]
So spring arrived, the flowers blossom and everything is sunny and shinny in these days. The perfect time for our black & yellow friends to do what they’re best known for: make the world go around.
By this time, you must have seen a lot of bees in a daily basis. This is normal. The season invites bees to fly around, visit flower after flower and, of course, build their hives.
For the next three to four months, you’re probably going to be sharing with bees more than a special taste for honey. This is the time when bees look for cozy and warm places to construct their homes (whether you like it or not).
Alright, we get it: it’s definitely not the best case scenario to share so much of your space with a Beehive in your roof, your attic or basement.But it’s also not in the planet [...]