Bee Swarm Removal Plano (214) 212-4573
You will find no better company to remove a pesky swarm of bees from your residential or commercial property than us. We are experts in the safe and live removal of bee swarms. Do NOT ever consider interfering with a bee swarm yourself. While a swarm is rarely aggressive, it will attack if it feels threatened and there are a lot more bees contained within that swarm that it may appear.
Once the bees are removed they are placed into an apiary. This is most often in a rural area where the bees will be housed in man-made removable frame hives so they can be maintained by a beekeeper. In most States, there are strict regulations with regard to the keeping of bees, particularly in populated and urban areas. Beekeepers must keep bees in a way that is strictly monitored and inspected by regulatory agencies against disease and the spread of Afican, "killer" bees. This is particularly true here in Texas.
The reason that it is so important to keep a close eye on or remove a swarm of bees from an urban or populated area is simple. This swarm is homeless, it has branched off from it's existing hive and is looking for a new location to build comb and begin producing honey. Bees rarely select an outdoor area for their habitat. In nature these hives are built inside the hollow of a tree and a swarm of bees is searching for something similar. This can become dangerous and do extensive damage if the bees select a tiny opening into the structure of your home or commercial building. The amount of work and cost involved in removing an established colony of bees as well as the hive and honey, from the structure of a building, is considerable.
There was once a time that a swarm of bees was considered to be of some value or monetary worth, particularly to a budding or hobbyist beekeeper. Before the art of beekeeping was so heavily regulated by State and Federal agencies. Before the introduction of African or "killer" bees into our wild bee population. Before the insurance and licensing requirements were set up limiting a beekeepers ability to transport bees across City and County lines. before ordinances which prohibit keeping or raising bees within certain City limits. You get the picture. The fact is that these regulations, and the costs associated with them, have made it too great a burden and too expensive for the "back yard" bee hobbyist to practice this art. Keeping and maintaining bees properly and legally has, over the last two decades, become a specialized and costly business.
We believe we have the perfect partnership between the Art and the business of beekeeping. You will find us old-fashioned in our love of the bees and our willingness to go the extra mile for our customers and up to date with regard to all the regulations governing their removal. We offer the lowest possible price, fast and efficient service and guarantee your complete satisfaction.