Bee Removal

We understand most people don’t like having stinging insects as neighbors,
but we aren’t like most people.  If they are honey bees, we can probably help you out.

First things first: are they actually honey bees?

1 wasp 2007-04-25 Apis mellifera carnica worker hive entrance 2

The insect on the left is a wasp. If you can, leave them be. Their colony will perish in late fall.
If they are in a bothersome place, you may have to remove them. We do not do wasp removals.

The insect on the right is a honey bee.

If there are a lot of honey bees clustered and hanging on an object like this, contact us. We’d love to take them off your hands.

Swarm of Bees in hedgerow - geograph.org.uk - 416400

The bees in the cluster above are looking for a new home.

If you have honeybees coming and going from a hole in your house wall, garage, or tree,
they may have already found a new home. We can help with that, too. Click here to find out about our removal service.