I've got BEES,  What can you do for me?

I've got BEES, What can you do for me?

Professional Pest Management
Professional Pest Management

Can you save the BEES?

Yes, We are beekeepers and a Pest Control company, and our number 1 priority is to SAVE THE BEES. Bees are beneficial to the agricultural community as they pollinate our crops. Over the years, the bees have lessened in numbers. It’s important to us to save as many bees as we can. For this reason, we put LIVE BEE REMOVAL as our number 1 goal. In some instances, we cannot save them, and we must exterminate them.

What to do when you find Bees Nesting In Ceilings, Walls, Roofs, and Floors:

In most residential or commercial areas, honeybees are commonly found nesting between walls, eaves, ceilings, roofs, chimneys, and floors. Active bee infestations may contain 20-100 pounds of honey or more. Their hives also have bees, wax, and other debris.

People often ask: Do I need to remove the hive, or can we kill the bees?

The entire colony needs to be removed, and depending on where we find the bees, it may be necessary to remove a portion of the structure in which they are nesting to gain access to the nest. (Ie. roof tiles, wallboards, stucco, freeze block, etc.)

Deans Court beekeeper
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Can’t you kill the bees?

Killing the bee colony without removing the nest may result in structural damage. It can become a harborage for ants, cockroaches, rats, and other vermin and have the honey and dead bees rot, ferment, stink, and melt. Removing the entire nest will also significantly reduce the chance of future infestations. In some cases, however, extermination may be the only option. Call us for a FREE assessment of your home or business. Depending on how long the bees have been there, we can give you several options to get them off your property.

Honey bees
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Types of bees we take care of: Honeybees, Wasps, Yellow Jackets, Hornets, Carpenter Bees, Bumble Bees.

Types of properties we service: Residential Homes, Commercial Properties, Apartments, Schools, Construction Sites, Bushes, and Trees