Bee Nest Removal Esher

An Effective Pest Control Service for the Residents and Businesses of Esher

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Hundreds of residential and commercial property owners across the Esher area get impacted by beehives each year. Most (especially those who have never dealt with a bee infestation before) neglect the beehive and hope that it would go away on its own. Sadly, it doesn't.

In fact, the longer you leave the beehive, the bigger and more powerful it will become, and start to increase your risk of certain problems, including:

  • Cross-contamination
  • Increased health risks
  • General nuisance
  • Loss of customers and revenue for businesses

Signs There's a Bee Nest on Your Property

Certain species of bees prefer to nest outdoors, meaning the only real sign you need is being able to see the nest fully. Unfortunately, the large majority of bee species such as the bumble bee mostly prefer to nest in sheltered locations. They do this for two main reasons; to protect themselves from predators and to have cover from the harsh weather conditions the UK sometimes has to offer.

If you are unable to see the nest but suspect that there may be one, some tell tale signs of an active beehive you should pay attention to include:

  • A constant buzzing noise coming from a single location (such as your cavity walls or attic space)
  • Obvious traces of beeswax around your property
  • A higher than usual number of bees flying around your property
  • You can clearly see bees flying in and out of the same place (such as your roof tiles)

Benefits of Using Our Bee Nest Removal Services

The main benefit of our pest control service is that our experts will come and resolve your bee problem quickly, safely, and effectively. Aside from that, there are plenty more benefits that will help you get your money's worth. Some other benefits of our service include:

  • Our bee removal service is 100% humane and safe for everyone, including your pets
  • You'll receive free advice on what to do in case you have a future pests problem
  • Our beehive removal team is trained, experienced, and fully insured
  • You don't need to buy anything for the service to be carried out (we'll bring all the equipment required for the job)
  • You don't need to clear up the area where the beehive is. You don't even need to know the exact location of the beehive
  • Same day service is possible (subject to availability)

How Our Pest Control Services in Esher Work

Once you've booked an appointment with our professional pest controllers, all you've got to do is keep safe and wait for them to arrive. When your appointment is due, our team will arrive on your property and get to work from the get-go.

Initially, they'll determine the exact location of the beehive and identify the species of bees that inhabit it. This will help them decide on the process they'll follow to successfully establish bee control and resolve your pest problem.

Please note that no matter what course of action our team decides to take, it will always be safe, humane, and minimally disruptive. As far as the duration of the service, it shouldn't take longer than 60 minutes.

Enquire about Bee Nest Removal Esher

Don't wait to suffer the consequences to remove the beehive. Get in touch with our local pest control specialists today and let them get rid of your bee problem for good.

Bee Nest Removal Esher FAQs

Despite the many benefits associated with bees, they are still completely legal to remove on the territory of the United Kingdom. There is no official statement released by the British Pest Control Association (BPCA) regarding how you should approach removing your beehive. What this basically means is that it's up to you or the professional pest controller you hire to decide on the best course of action for your particular case of bee infestation.

No, not at all. In fact, if you don't know where it is, we advise that you don't go looking for it. When bees feel threatened, they may attack and sting you, which is not a pleasant experience. So, it's best to leave everything up to our team to deal with. They'll be wearing protective clothing, meaning they won't get stung in the process.

There is no way to 100% guarantee that a different colony of honey bees won't nest on your property in the future. However, there is plenty you can do in order to increase your chances. Some of the things we advise all of our customers to do include:

  • Replace any active beehives with a dummy wasps nest
  • Inspect the exterior of your property and seal any entry points
  • Regularly clean surfaces and other parts of your property where you deal with food
  • Don't let rubbish or food linger in easily accessible locations for prolonged periods of time