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If you have an unwanted beehive on your residential or commercial property in Surrey, getting rid of it is always the right step forward. An active beehive can become extremely problematic once it grows out of proportion, so it's best if you don't neglect it and hire a professional to remove it as soon as possible.
Despite the many benefits that honey bees are renowned for, having a bee population nearby also comes with a handful of drawbacks. What's more is that these drawbacks can turn into major inconveniences and risks that can cost you dearly if the bees' nest isn't removed soon. Some of the problems and risks you will expose yourself to if you neglect the beehive include:
Like wasps and other flying insects, bees aren't great at keeping to themselves. This is great news for you as figuring out if you have a beehive on your property will be much easier. After years of experience in dealing with bees nests, we believe that the following signs are the ones you want to pay most attention to:
Although the above information will help you determine if you have a bee or wasp nests on your property, it's important that you don't take it too far. What we mean by this is that you should never try and get too close to the honeybees' nest as when bees feel threatened, they will attack in numbers and sting you badly. If you suspect that there is a beehive close by, contact our bees nest removal specialists today.
Upon arriving at your property, prior to removing the beehive, our specialists will conduct an initial assessment. This will be used to determine the exact location of the beehive and the species of bees that inhabit it.
Once all that is clear, our team will get to work. The approach they will use for your particular case will vary based on a few different factors, including:
What's worth mentioning here is that all of our beehive removal processes are 100% safe and humane. We don't use any harsh pesticides or chemicals that can impact you, your pets, business, or any other insects that live in the local ecosystem. That way, not only will the problematic beehive be removed, but you can start using that part of your property again right after our first and only visit.
Yes, anyone in the UK that is dealing with unwanted honey bees is allowed to remove them. Unfortunately, there is no official guidance from the British Pest Control Association (BPCA) on the best approach of doing so. That basically means that it's up to you or the service provider you choose on how to go about removing the bees' nest.
We strongly advise against doing so, especially if you don't have the correct protective clothing or any prior experience in dealing with bees. If you don't know what you're doing, you may get attacked and stung multiple times, which can lead to an anaphylactic shock. That's why it's best to let a specialist deal with your bee infestation while you watch from a safe distance.
The cost of a honey bee nest removal service will depend on where you're located and the size of the bee colony/nest that you're dealing with. To get a more accurate quote, please contact us through our e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our bee removal specialists will be in touch soon.