Bee Hive Removal Houston (713) 766-1723

Houston Bee Hive Removal

Bee Removal Specialist

When it comes to bee hive removal throughout the city of Houston it is better to call a trained specialist like Bee Hive Removal.

Honey bees may have tens of thousands, up to fifty-thousand or more bees in a hive. Chances are you'll notice a small portion of the infestation, which is usually deeply concealed inside walls, trees, chimneys, roofs, etc.

Certain bees will be more hostile when compared with others and can swarm or sting if the hive is threatened or even if someone may get too close. Yellow jackets one example of an aggressive bee.  Limit your beehive removal and extermination to compact hives which can be comfortably managed with widely available spray pesticides. Steer clear of bigger hives together with honey generating hives. Call up an expert. Even newcomer bee handlers will not likely take away an enormous hive. It can be very dangerous and requires great skill, training and experience. If a bee handler doesn't remove bees they probably know of someone who does. Prepare to have repairs following the removal of a large honey bee hive from a home.

Walls or structure may need to be cut away to gain access Plan to bee proof to avoid further infestation in areas where the hive and honey can't be removed (behind stucco and brick) Make sure all of the hive and honey is removed whenever possible

Honey and also dead bees might interest other bees, wax moths and / or ants Scout bees may find old hives and then a absolutely new colony will definately come in if not removed. Bee Hive Removal
Once you're ready with all the protective equipment along with the required resources just like insecticide, begin the entire process of bee hive removal. In order to remove bee hive, it is important to spray a heavy coating of pesticide in the bee hive, particularly in the opening. A few bees will come out from the hive, so keep a safe distance. You possibly have to repeat the usage of insecticide, so as to take away all of the bees. You could possibly wait for a day to cut out and also wipe out the bee hive otherwise, it is possible exactly the same day itself. Eliminate the bee hive and burn it. If you cannot burn the hive, put it in a trash bag, tie it tightly and dispose it. Once the bee hive is removed clean the area with soap water. Seal the crevices and openings, so as to avoid further bee infestation. Now, you know how to get rid of bees, but make sure of the safety measures, so that you are protected from the dreaded bee stings. This does seem like a lot of extra work and with it comes danger that is why it is best to give the pros like us a call.

Customer Reviews

“( Review) June 13 Description Of Work:  Removed bees from a tree branch 4ft off the ground. Member Comments:  We went out to mow the lawn and found a fairly substantial bee swarm in a tree on a Saturday. Called Bee Safe and they had someone out the same day (about 6 hours later) and he..”

Mary Ann C.

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