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Bee Removal

Bee Removal and Extermination

There is no question that bees are beneficial to the environment, but when they build hives near your family, they can be dangerous. Bee Removal: Depending upon the type of bees and their location, it may be possible to find a beekeeper who will remove the hive, but oftentimes they have made a home in difficult places such as a hollow of a tree, or the eaves of a 2-story home, where extermination is necessary.

Removing a hive can be a hazardous task that requires the correct tools and strategy. Be sure to consult us, for safety and efficiency reasons, before you attempt any bee removal method.

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200 Pounds of Honey Found in Person's Deck

200 pounds of honey

Approximately 200 lbs of Honey and Comb removed from the front porch of a house in Bay City, Texas as shown in the photo on the right. The darker parts are older and toward bottom of picture is the newer comb (more yellow). Fascinating Honey bees!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I identify a honey bee infestation?

Signs of a honey bee infestation include seeing swarms of bees around your property or hearing buzzing noises coming from walls or ceilings. You may also find wax-covered mounds on the exterior of your house that contain honeycomb.


What are the benefits of hiring professionals for honey bee removal?

Professional honey bee removers have the necessary knowledge, equipment, and experience to remove the bees and their hives from your home without causing any harm to people or property. They can also advise you on how to prevent further infestations. Hiring a professional allows you to get rid of the problem in one go-around.


Can I remove honey bees on my own?

It is not recommended to try and remove honey bees on your own. There are dangers associated with attempting this task, such as being stung by bees or disturbing a bee colony which could lead to an attack from hundreds of angry bees. Additionally, exterminating the entire hive can be tricky and even if successful, honey bee swarms will be attracted back to the area and create the same problem you were trying to solve in the first place. It is best to contact a professional beekeeper for help.


What can I expect to happen during honey bee extermination?

During the honey bee extermination process, a professional will first identify the main source of the bees and then will use the proper pesticides or other chemicals to safely kill the bees. Professionals are very careful to use correct types and amounts of pesticides and to apply them properly in order to remove the bees while keeping the residents of the house from having contact with the chemicals.

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