#1 Rated Bee Removal Expert in Corpus Christi, TX
Removing bees from your property is a dangerous process that is best left to a professional. This is why it's so important to search online for "beekeeper Corpus Christi" – so you can find someone who is trained and experienced in live bee removal.
Bees are extremely beneficial to our ecosystem. But let's face it – they can be a real problem when they build their hives too close to our own living spaces. Being stung by a bee is no field day. And when it happens hundreds of times in just seconds, it can create a serious medical emergency – particularly for those who are allergic to bees.
But that doesn't mean the bees on your property need to be exterminated. By searching for "beekeeper Corpus Christi," you can find a local pro who will solve your bee problem and transfer the bees elsewhere so they can continue to benefit our world.
Beekeeper Corpus Christi – Call (361) 730-1766At Bee Removal Specialist in Corpus Christi, we specialize in live bee removal for residents and businesses. We can help with any size bee problem, large or small. Your bees will be completely removed from your property (without killing them) and transferred to our own apiaries or another beekeeper Corpus Christi.
Have questions about hiring a beekeeper to remove your bees? We're happy to help! Just call us at (361) 356-3829.
In the meantime, here are some of the most common questions we receive about our beekeeping and bee control services.
Q: Do you kill the bees when removing them?
A: We love bees and since we're professional beekeepers, we do everything possible to keep every bee alive, so they can be transferred to a bee apiary. Of course, every situation is different. Once we perform an on-site inspection, we'll let you know exactly which methods will need to be used to remove the bees.
Q: What if we have a huge swarm of bees?
A: That's our favorite type of call! There's virtually no bee problem we can't handle. Our pros have all the equipment needed to remove huge swarms of bees – quickly and safely. Even if you just have a few bees flying around your house and aren't sure where they're coming from, we can help.
Q: How are the bees removed?
A: In most cases, a special tool called a bee vac (literally a vacuum designed for collecting bees) is used in conjunction with bee boxes to remove the bees.
Q: What happens to the bees after they're removed?
A: After all the bees have been collected, they can be transferred to our bee apiaries or to another beekeeper in the Corpus Christi area (Related). There, they may be used for honey production, farming or other beekeeping activities.