Once a bee swarm finds a new place to call home they will move in and start to quickly grow their colony. They will start to make a beehive or honeycomb and the queen will be busy laying eggs to increase the size of the colony. When this happens you will start to see lots of bees regularly around a particular area going in and out of a small space or opening. Bees only need a hole the size of 3/16 of an inch which is less than the width of a common pencil. If the bees have been there for a week or more they will have already produced a significant amount of honeycomb and honey.
With our live bee removal techniques we not only remove the bees but also the hive, wax and honey left behind. Inside of this is often unborn bees, which would potential create a new colony again. The longer they are there the larger the colony will grow, establishing their territory and becoming more defensive which can be dangerous for humans and pets in the area. Once bees have established a territory they will not leave on their own or abandon their hive. So don’t delay, give us a call and we can come safely and efficiently remove the problem for you.
Wasp & Yellow Jacket Hive Removal