Bee Swarm Removal Philadelphia (215) 352-4688
When springtime comes around, so do the bees! After resting
all winter, bees become more active as it gets warmer outside and the sun is
Unfortunately, sometimes this leads to bees building new hives in inconvenient places.
Live Bee Removal
A beeís natural habitat is in hollowed out trees in the words, so itís understandable why an eave or a chimney in a house would look pretty attractive.
Bee Swarm Removal Specialist is here to help! Here at Bee Swarm Removal Specialist, our beekeepers are not only trained and knowledgeable about bee habits and behaviors, but they are also trained in the carpentry work needed to property remove a beehive in your home.
When bees find a new place to build their home, they like to fill it up with honey and wax very quickly. Although you may have only had a hive built in the structure of your home for a month or so, itís still long enough to create a huge mess that you canít solve on your own. A lot of the time, people will first detect honey bees in their home when they see bees coming in and out of a small hole in their siding. Even though the hole is small and it looks like just a few bees, you could have hundreds of bees and many pounds of wax and honey built behind that hole.
When this is the case, you should always call a bee removal expert in order to take care of your hive.
We also love picking up swarms. In the spring time, when bees seek out a new space to fill with a hive, they will split the hive population and form a ball off bees around a new queen. When they travel, they sometimes rest in a big ball in front yards or in a tree. When this happens, don't panic and give us a call. Swarm removal is our specialty.
Here at Bee Swarm Removal Specialist, we are insured, warranteed, and licensed. We guarantee a job well done, and will come out on short notice. Our phones are on 24/7!