Bee Removal is extremely dangerous and must always be done by a professional. Hives have a minimum of six to eight thousand bees and can get as large as a hundred pounds with sixty to eighty thousand bees. Depending on the age of the hive and if they are breeding queens, the bees can be very territorial. The queen will produce five-hundred to fifteen-hundred worker bees a day, with almost all of them being female, so the hives’ natural instincts are to be very protective of the young bees and the work they have put into creating the colony.
Do not kill bees. If a hive is killed inside a structure the honey left will attract more bees to recolonize the same general area. When honeycomb is not removed the larva will rot, attracting insects and rodents, as well as causing structural damage. It is very important to remove each bee hive correctly. We Save Bees’ live removal and relocation success rate allows you to save money and help the environment, while ensuring the project is done correctly.