Realizing that you are sharing your space with a colony of bees can be alarming. Come Spring, the bees will once again be swarming, that is, separating from an existing hive in search of a new place to call home. Bees prefer the the safety from elements that a hollow in a tree or similar wooden structure can provide. They will enter this space through a crack or space so small that you may have not even noticed it prior. You may see out tree trunk or limb to create these hives. In the absence of a suitable tree they oftentimes enter a structure through a tiny crack or opening into the structure of your home or office. Once inside, they will begin laying eggs and making wax hive material and honeycomb. Obviously a swarm is easier to capture and relocate than a colony of bees that have already entered your structure. If you notice a bee swarm on your property, often described as a "ball of bees" do NOT approach or disturb it. Rather, call us for expert advice and fast removal before it can become a larger, more expensive nuisance.
Once bees have entered the structure you my notice only a few, flying in and out of the space. This does not mean that you only have a small problem. Frankly, there is no such thing as a small colony of bees. There are thousands of bees inside the space. Up to 50,000 bees inside that space. Bees that have established a hive will continue to grow their colony and become more and more aggressive in their desire to protect the space. In order to remove bees from this scenario it will be necessary to open the structure and physically remove the bees and the work product.
Regardless of the severity of your bee situation, you will be completely satisfied by service from Live Bee Removal Lubbock. Our specialty is the removal of all types of bees, wasps, yellow Jackets or hornets. We remove the colony as well as their nest or hive to guarantee you will have no further problems. We are standing by ready to take your call and provide you with our expertise at any hour of the day and we are open every day of the year.
“(Angieslist.com Review) June 13 Description Of Work: Removed bees from a tree branch 4ft off the ground. Member Comments: We went out to mow the lawn and found a fairly substantial bee swarm in a tree on a Saturday. Called Bee Safe and they had someone out the same day (about 6 hours later) and he..”Mary Ann C.