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Bee infestations are a common occurrence on the territory of Sussex. Hundreds of residential and commercial property owners are affected each year. Fortunately, when you hire a professional, dealing with your bee problem is very straightforward and hassle-free. But for those who decide to keep their beehive - well - let's just say that their experience is often vastly different.
If you decide to neglect your active beehive, you won't be the first or last person in Sussex that does so. Unfortunately, for the large majority of people who decide to take this route, they end up suffering the consequences of an active beehive. Here is what you can expect if you don't get your beehive removed on time:
Having spent years dealing with bees nests, there are a handful of signs you can't miss if there's an active beehive on your property. The first and most obvious sign is being able to see the beehive with your own eyes.
Sadly, that's not always possible, especially in the UK where bees prefer to nest in sheltered locations such as your attic space or cavity walls. In such a case, the signs you should look for include:
To this day, we follow the exact same process of beehive removal that we used when we first founded our company. Our beehive removal process continues to be one of the most straightforward, humane, effective, and safe compared to other beehive removal companies in Sussex.
On the day of your appointment, our team will turn up with everything they need for the job. First, they'll locate the beehive and determine the species of bees you're dealing with. This will help them decide on the right plan of action. Once that is done, you'll be asked to step away and stand at a safe distance. After that, the beehive removal process will begin.
Depending on where the beehive is located, the process typically involves collecting all of the bees and removing every last piece of the beehive. Please note that we don't use any chemicals or pesticides with lingering effects to resolve your bee problem. What this means is that you, your pets or customers can start using the previously affected area safely right away.
Following our service, you'll be told exactly what has happened. You will also be given some advice on what you should do to prevent future bee infestations.
Don't let your beehive affect your day-to-day life or business operations. Contact us today on 01293 365140 and let our experts deal with your unwanted visitors.
Insects such as honey and bumble bees are not protected species in the UK. As a result of that, despite the fact that they are invaluable species that we can't survive without, they are 100% legal to remove.
The British Pest Control Association (BPCA) have not released any official guidance on how to go about removing bee nests. So it's really up to you or your comb removal specialist to decide on the best course of action.
The cost of our live honey bee removal services in Sussex vary from customer to customer. When giving you a quote, we consider the following factors:
To get a fixed priced quote, please reach out to our team today either by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us on 01293 365140.
Our bee removal service covers all villages and towns in the Sussex area, ranging from Worthing and Horsham to Eastbourne and Crawley. Even if you are a bit further out of the Sussex area, don't worry. Get in touch with us, and we will figure out how we can help you deal with your bee infestation in a timely manner.