Bee Nest Removal Hastings

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Do you have a bee nest on your property? You're not alone. Hundreds of residential and commercial property owners all over Hastings and the surrounding area suffer from a bee infestation each year. And while many get their bees removed on time, others let Hastings bees stay on their property and get out of control.

The #1 Honey Bees Removal Company in Hastings

Trifecta has been in the pest removal business for a number of years. And as a result of our loyal service to the residents and businesses of Hastings, we've built ourselves quite the reputation.

As a result of our hard work, dedication, and professionalism, we've become the leading bee removal company in the area. So, if you want your bee removal to be done in the safest, most effective, and humane way possible - get in touch with us today. We'd love to hear from you.

Signs That There's an Active Beehive on Your Property

Unless you're a local bee keeper that has dealt with bees for a very long time, chances are that you don't know what to look for when trying to determine if you have an active bee nest on your property. There are five main signs that you should look and listen out for, including:

  • A constant buzzing sound coming from one place such as your cavity walls or attic space
  • Traces or marks of beeswax around your property
  • You can clearly see bees flying in and out of the same area
  • There is a higher bee activity as opposed to a few weeks ago
  • You can partially or fully see the bee nest with your own eyes

How Our Honey Bee Removal Service in Hastings Works

To take advantage of our Hastings pest control services, you need to get in touch with our team. You can do that either by e-mailing us at or by calling us on 01293 365140.

Following your conversation with our team, you'll be given a competitively priced quote for our bee control services. If you're happy with the proposed quote and wish to move forward, we'll find a date and time when our pest control technicians can come out and resolve your bee problem.

On the day of your appointment, our bee hive technicians will arrive on your property with all the protective clothing and gear they need for the job. First, they'll locate the bee nest and identify the species of bees that inhabit it.

Following the initial assessment, the bee removal process will commence. This can take around an hour. Our beehive removal experts will keep you in the loop every step of the way.

Enquire about Bee Nest Removal Hastings

Don't wait to suffer the consequences of an out-of-control bees nest. Contact us today and let our team get rid of the nest and its inhabitants before they cause you trouble.

Bee Nest Removal Hastings FAQs

As of right now, there is no law in the United Kingdom that prevents the removal of bees and their nests. In fact, there isn't even official guidance as far as the best way of removing these invaluable species from your property. What this basically means is that it's up to you or the specialist you hire to decide on the best course of action.

We can't speak for anyone else, but in our case, the typical beehive removal takes no more than 60 minutes. In some cases, it takes less while in others, it takes a little bit longer. The factors that will determine how quickly we can get the job done include:

  • Whether you know where the beehive is located
  • The actual location of the beehive
  • The size of the bee colony nesting on your property

As you can imagine, a large bee colony nesting inside your cavity walls will require a bit more time and work (to protect your property during the removal process) compared to a beehive hanging from a tree outside.

The best way to keep safe from bees until they are removed is to keep your distance. Granted, that isn't always possible. In such a case, we'd recommend that you:

  • Visit Morrisons, Tesco, or another supermarket nearby and buy the strongest insect-repellent spray you can find
  • Wear long-sleeve clothing when and where possible
  • Have a plan of action should you get attacked by the honey bee swarm