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Dealing with hundreds of bees every single day can be a major inconvenience for residents and be the cause for businesses to lose customers and revenue. We deal with dozens of bee infestation cases every year, and every one of our customers always ends up getting a great relief following our visit.
Neglecting an active bee swarm is one of the biggest mistakes you can make when dealing with a bee colony. This is because beehives, just like wasp nests, grow in size every 5 to 8 days. And while the beehive is initially a nuisance, over time, it can become quite dangerous to live or work around. Some of the risks of having a thriving beehive on your property include:
Our best piece of advice is to hire a local swarm collector, who can help you address your bee problem once and for all.
In rare cases, bees in the Farnham area will nest outdoors, making your job of determining if you have a bee problem very easy and straightforward. In most cases, however, bees prefer to nest in dry and sheltered locations, such as inside your property, making it harder for you to know if there's an active beehive in the building. Having dealt with bees for many years, our best advice is to listen and look out for:
To take advantage of our professional service, get in touch with us either by calling us on 01293 365140 or emailing us on email@example.com. Once we've had a chat about your case of honey bee infestation, we'll give you a quote. And if you're happy with it, we'll book you into our system for a time and day that best works for you.
On the day of your appointment, our honey bee swarm collectors will turn up with all the tools and equipment they need for the job. First, they'll locate the beehive and determine the species of bees that live in it. Once that is done, the bee removal process will commence.
During the process, our fully insured specialists will collect swarms that have formed up, remove the beehive, and do everything else necessary to ensure there is no sign of bee infestation. This whole process can take around an hour depending on the location of the beehive (beehives in loft spaces and other indoor locations are more awkward than those outside).
That's not a problem at all. Please don't go trying to look for it, especially if you suspect that it is in an enclosed space such as your attic space. Let our specialists come and locate the beehive for you before removing it (they'll be wearing protective clothing so they can't get stung during the process).
Yes, we will get rid of both the beehive and every last bee from the colony that inhabited it. To do that, our specialists will first remove the beehive and place it in a secure mesh bag. Then, using a fishnet-like tool, they'll catch any bees that are flying around. This process will follow regardless of whether the beehive is outside or inside your property.
Unfortunately, you can't prevent bees from nesting on your property 100% of the time. With that said, there is plenty that you can, which will make your property undesirable for any future bee colony considering to nest nearby. Some of the steps we'd advise you to take include: