Bee Nest Removal Godalming

A 100% Safe and Humane Bee & Nest Removal Service

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During the peak of summer, the typical beehive that can be found in Godalming can be home to hundreds of bees at any one time. And it's only when the beehive grows out of control that it becomes a problem. So, to avoid having an unpleasant experience with your beehive, it's best if you hire our nest removal specialists soon to get the pests and their nest removed.

Honey Bee Removal and the Dangers of Doing It Yourself

It is not illegal for you to remove your beehive without the help from a specialist. However, having heard our customers' experience in attempting to remove their beehive without professional help, we don't recommend it.

To remove a beehive without getting stung or putting your family, friends or customers at risk, you need a great deal of experience, the correct protective clothing, and a set of beehive removal tools and equipment. Unless you tick all of those boxes, it's not a great idea to try and collect swarms or remove the bee nest alone.

At best, you will get stung, and at worst (if you are allergic), a single sting can lead to an allergic reaction, which can be fatal. According to recent data, between two and nine people die from bee and wasp stings in the UK each year.

Signs You Have an Active Beehive on Your Property

When bees create their nest, they leave a lot of clues. And unless you see the nest out in the open, these clues are of great help in determining the location and size of the beehive you're dealing with. Some of the signs we advise you to look for include:

  • An increased bee activity since a couple of weeks ago
  • A constant buzzing sound coming from one place such as your wall cavity
  • Traces of beeswax around where you suspect the beehive is located
  • You can see bees flying in and out of the same place

How Our Pest Control Service in Godalming Works

If you'd like your beehive professionally removed, the first step you need to take is booking an appointment with our beehive removal specialists. You can do that either by calling us on 01293 365140 or emailing us at Once your appointment is confirmed, all you've got to do is stay in a safe place and avoid being in close contact with the honeybees and their nest.

On the day of your appointment, our honey bee removal technicians will come to your property with all the tools and equipment they need for the job. First, they'll locate the beehive and identify the species of bees that inhabit it. Once that is done, any existing bee swarm and the beehive will be removed.

The service will take around an hour, and right after, our team will give you some advice. The advice will be regarding general safety around beehives and what you should do if you have a problem with bees or wasps in the future.

Enquire about Bee Nest Removal Godalming

Don't wait until the beehive grows and starts to cause you problems. Contact us today and let's get your bee problem resolved before it becomes a hassle.

Bee Nest Removal Godalming FAQs

The cost of our beehive removal service will depend on your particular case of bee infestation and where you're located in the Godalming area. To get yourself a competitively priced quote for our services, please get in touch with us today. You can do so either by calling us on 01293 365140 or by emailing us at

Yes, every member of our team has all the necessary insurance policies in place. That way, both you and they are safe during the removal of your beehive. Aside from being insured, our staff are also fully trained and very experienced in dealing with bees.

Unfortunately, we can't guarantee that a different bee colony won't decide to nest on your property in the future. And although there isn't any real way to make sure future bee colonies don't nest on your property, there are a couple of steps that you can take to improve your chances. We always recommend our customers to:

  • Regularly wash all surfaces where they deal with food (especially sweet one)
  • Never leave food or garbage lingering around in places that are easily accessible
  • Replace any existing beehives or wasp nests with dummy ones
  • Inspect the exterior of the building and seal up any gaps bees can use to enter your property