Non-lethal Honeybee Removal

Here at BeeGone we love moving honeybees from structures, relocating them and then watching as they thrive in our, or local beekeepers hives.

We work closely with local and national beekeepers whether it’s relocating honeybee colonies into their hives or notifying them of illegally treated nests so they can take precautions, as beekeepers ourselves we understand the biology of honeybees which is important.

Why Choose Beegone?

  • Non-lethal honeybee removals
  • Safe access to remove colonies, we do not work off ladders
  • The Beegone® team uniquely prevent other bees returning
  • Fully insured
  • We cover the whole of the UK
  • MEWPS licence for using cherry pickers to get to high, hard to reach areas

Benefits of Non-Lethal Removal:

    • Saving honeybees and helping our environment
    • Preventing illegal insecticide contamination
    • Safe bee extraction on your site, you’ll know you’re in good hands
    • Wherever they are we can reach them and get them out, even if you’ve been told they cannot be moved!
    • Here at BeeGone we guarantee that no further swarms will enter this space and re-colonise. Guaranteed
    • Insured with Hiscox insurance, employers liability, public, products and professional indemnity

Non-Lethal Bee Removal

Moving swarms from bushes and trees is a pretty common activity during swarming season in summer months for beekeepers both experienced and inexperienced, and for enthusiasts like us. However when the swarm colonises a cavity in structure and they need to be removed for safety, nuisance, structural damage, or work prevention reasons, removal of these highly beneficial insects from structures it is not an easy job, even for experienced beekeepers let alone the inexperienced and uninsured to attempt.

It’s not just the honeybees that can be a great risk when breaking into their home to remove them, (only if they knew what we were doing!) It’s also the building fabric that can be dangerous like asbestos and wiring cables, not to mention working at heights and the obvious risks involved with this.

Here at BeeGone we carry out a full site survey and risk assessment before anything is done and we then document everything for you, we then send you a proposal for work to be done. Once we remove the honeybees we then proof the structure to prevent other honeybees getting back in. Guaranteed.

Although the number of insects may vary, which do yours look like the most?

Honey Bee

Wasp

Bumble Bee

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