Welcome to Beeremovaltexas.net!
We specialize in safe, eco-friendly bee removal. Instead or harming or killing the bees, our aim is to remove and transfer them to local beekeepers.
We extract the hive and all the bees, safely transferring them to a new location so they can spread pollen to plants and flowers and mass produce our favorite by-product: Honey!
So, if you want to rid your home of bees and killing them doesnít seem humane, call the professionals at Beeremovaltexas.net. Weíll prevent them from harming you, relocate them away from danger, and help them find a new home.
Our prices are competitive and our service is guaranteed for a 1-2 years.
Spotting a swarm or hive of bees in your yard or around your house or other structures can be unsettling, but bee colonies or swarms can be safely managed and removed with the help our professional bee removal experts.
Bee removal should not be considered a do-it-yourself project. A single hive can hold from 10,000 to 50,000 bees and they can be incredibly aggressive. Bee removal can be dangerous and difficult.
Our service providers are licensed by the State of Texas to remove bees and we are fully insured. We quickly, efficiently and safely remove bees from bushes, trees, homes, or structures.
Bees pollinate crops, flowers and plants in addition to providing us with honey, but bee their populations in many parts of the United States have declined by 50 percent or more according to studies. No specific cause has been identified.
We believe itís important to protect our clients from bees while also protecting the bees by removing the hive and all of the bees and safely transferring them to another location. In many cases, we are able to relocate them to the care of local beekeepers.
In most cases, exterminating bees isnít the best option. In fact, it can create even worse problems. Itís difficult to eliminate all of the bees and they might return to the site of the hive.
Even if you do eliminate all of the bees, leaving the dead insects in the space will create a horrible odor once the dead bees start to decompose. In addition, the honeycomb and honey are likely still in the space formerly occupied by the hive. Removal of the honeycomb and honey is the key to solving any bee problem. Leaving them behind can result in structural damage to your property caused by melting honey and the honeycomb is likely to attract bugs or rodents. It also could attract more bees in the future.
Bees are beneficial insects but they also can be dangerous if they take up residence in your home or yard, particularly if youíre allergic to bees.
Bees swarm mostly during the months of April and May when a colony of bees splits by and part of the old colony leaves to seek a new home. If you see a swarm of bees during those months, it doesnít necessarily mean you need to have them removed. The need for managing bee swarms or hives depends on the location and whether the bees are establishing a hive. Swarms may move on without establishing a hive and pose no threat. However, if bees establish a colony in your home, they need to be removed.
Our bee removal specialists can evaluate your specific situation and advise you as to whether removing the bees is the best course of action. We specialize in safe, eco-friendly bee and honeycomb removal from walls, roofs, attics, chimneys and other areas where bees may nest. We also provide removal on trees, bushes, and other exterior locations.
Our technicians are trained to contend with the complicated and dangerous situations that can sometimes be created by bees. Call us Now (888) 480-3793 to schedule an inspection of your property or bee removal.
-Careful assessment of the location
-Prepare the worksite: drop-cloths to prevent damage from honey
-Use the right tools and gear
-Apply carpentry expertise
-Avoid property damage
-Ensure sustainable bee relocation