How to Remove a Bee Hive

Helping Get Rid of a Bee Hive

Learning how to get rid of a bee hive when you see bees trafficing around your home can be difficult. As a result Bee removal services get calls from customers that have bees in their home from all over the southern states every day.

If you see bees trafficking in and out of a hole anywhere in your home, in conclusion this means you do have an active hive inside that structure.

WARNING: Bee colonies consist of 20,000-60,000 bees.  Most of all we do not recommend anyone not qualified to try this themselves. In addition to injury it could result in death.

To have a successful out come you must have the hive removed completely.

Bee Hive Removal

  • Purchase Bee Box
  • Have the proper safety equipment
  • Cut hole where hive is
  • Remove hive
  • Place plates with bees in bee box
  • Clean area out & repair
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Honey Bee Fun Facts

  1. Honey bees must gather nectar from two million flowers to make one pound of honey.
  2. One bee has to fly about 90,000 miles to conclude making one pound of honey.
  3. The average bee will make only 1.5 teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.
  4. A honey bee visits 50-100 flowers each trip.
  5. A honey bee can fly for up to 6 miles, and as fast as 15 miles per hour.
  6. A bee’s brain is oval in shape and about the size of a sesame seed, yet it has a remarkable capacity to learn.
  7. Honey bees communicate with one another by dancing.
  8. A colony of bees consists of 20,000-60,000 honey bees and one queen. Worker honey bees are female, live for about 6 weeks and do all the work.
  9. The queen bee can live up to 5 years and is the only bee that lays eggs. She is the busiest in the summer months, when the hive needs to be at its maximum strength, and lays up to 2500 eggs per day.
  10. Larger than the worker bees, the male honey bees (also called drones), have no stinger and do not work. All they do is mate.
  11. Honey has always been highly regarded as a medicine. It is thought to help with everything from sore throats and digestive disorders to skin problems and hay fever.
  12. Honey has antiseptic properties and was historically used as a dressing for wounds and a first aid treatment for burns and cuts.