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  Honey Bees are smaller than Both Carpenter and Bumble Bees. They have distinct body segments, their head and legs are black, their furry thorax (central body) is yellowish, and their abdomen is smooth and shiny with the characteristic alternating bands of dark and orange-yellow stripes.

  A colony of Honey Bees will find an opening in your home or other structure to form a hive, in a matter of days, a fully functioning hive will be established. Honey Bees are not picky in their choice of homes, they will invade, your walls, attics, chimneys, roofs, awnings, by water, gas and electric meters, trees, hedges, and shrubs.

  The amount of Bees in a Hive varies on how long the hive has been in the structure but can be anywhere from 10,000 to 80,000 or more. A hive is not just bees though, it is wax, honey, eggs, and larval. This can cause significant damage to the inside of your structure and leave quite a mess that can attract other insects and animals.

  Our Live Honey Bee Removal Service provides A complete and safe service to residential and commercial customers.

Our pricing depends on many factors, including, the location and size of the hive or hives on your property, prior treatments that have been done to the hive, and includes, the removal of the bees and honeycomb, cleaning of the infested area, repairs, labor, materials and bee proofing

 Our process strives to remove the Honey Bees as gently as possible, without pesticides or the use of a vacuum. We will leave your property free of bees and relocate them to a distant (and more suitable) location. We’ll also remove any traces of the hive and honey. This helps to ensure that no pests are attracted to the area after the bees are gone, as a rotting hive or residue left behind can attract ants, beetles, and even other bees.

  Additionally, we are able to offer repair and bee proofing service through the owner, a licensed contractor.


Beekeeper Holding a Honeycomb
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