Top Rated Bee Removal Service In Dallas/Ft Worth and also the Houston Areas!
Bee Safe Bee Removal
Honey Bee Removal is a specialty service that our company has been performing locally to residential and commercial properties for over 20 years. We are licensed, insured and bonded. We are local beekeepers who have the training and experience to rescue and relocate honey bee swarms and colonies, even from within the walls and eaves of structures. Skilled in carpentry, as well as bee removal, we are proud of the 100 percent client satisfaction guarantee and warrantied service we provide in our communities. Many of our competitors offer only extermination or partial removals to address bee problems. This causes a lot more work and stress for home and business owners who need a complete or same day solution. Bee Safe Bee Removal has office staff, available sun-up to sun-down every day and specifically trained to talk to you about every option available for a complete solution of any bee problem you are experiencing. Because we are licensed and regulated by the State of Texas Agricultural Department, we are also able to do exterminations when necessary. Extermination of honeybees is usually a last resort, used only when necessary due to location of the colony or in the case of overly aggressive or "Africanized" bees. We never charge for an estimate, or for our advice. Our bee removal specialists can be dispatched to your home or business immediately, calling you to confirm timing to match your busy schedule. Once on site they will expertly and safely remove the bees and handle every aspect of the job. Our warranty is the longest and most thorough around. As licensed beekeepers we are also prepared to expertly handle extermination of bees, wasps, yellow jackets and carpenter bees.
Bee Removal is a specialized service that requires knowledge in both beekeeping and carpentry. A bee control service should only be tackled by a professional bee expert. Since a natural habitat for a honey bee is a hollowed out tree, we handle a lot of tree problems. The number one location bees tend to infiltrate are our own houses. Bees can get into someone's home through the chimney, eaves, roof, weep holes, between the floors and outside light fixtures. It all begins with just a few scout bees looking for a new home for its swarm. In early spring a queen bee will begin to lay eggs again and soon the hive gets overpopulated and instinct kicks in and the bees divide. Half of the colony of bees will swarm with the queen, leaving behind the others with a new queen to hatch out to continue the work established there. The new swarm will all fly out together and eventually land on a tree branch, bush, mailbox, car or anything they find. This is when the scout bees go to work in locating a secured location, inside someone's structure to establish the new hive.
Once the scouts secure a new location, the entire swarm will quickly move into the space where they will immediately get to work. The Queen's only responsibility will be to lay over a thousand eggs per day, in hopes of hatching as many new worker bees as quickly as possible. These workers will be divided into groups with most staying "inside" creating wax comb and performing nursemaid and housekeeping duties. Worker bees will be moving in and out of the space in small groups, sometimes only 10 or so large, These workers are responsible for carrying pollen and water into the space to be turned into delicious honey. Our clients will frequently comment that their bee problem doesn't seem very big as they only see a few bees going in and out of the space. Unfortunately for the property owner, there is no such thing as a small bee colony. An average bee colony consists of tens of thousands of bees. The expense of a bee removal project is not in the number of bees there, but rather the amount of hive and honeycomb which is inside. Our experts can help determine the scope of a project, as well as cost, by asking a few questions about the site the bees are getting in and out of and how long the bees have been there. We will be able to help you in making the best decision to solve any bee problem you are experiencing.
Bees have only 3 needs. Food, Water and Shelter. If you see any number of bees going in or out of your structure then you have a bee problem.
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Bee Safe is an organic, niche bee removal company. We offer a variety of services to meet every need you have. Rated A+ on Angie's List and with the Better Business Bureau, better Bee Safe than stung!