We save bees!
EXPERTS IN LIVE HONEYBEE AND COMB REMOVAL
WELCOME TO BEEGONE® LIVE BEE AND COMB EXTRACTION
We specialise in the expert live honey bee and comb removal, honeybee swarms and colonies from chimneys, walls, roofs and trees without using insecticides or pesticides. We remove bees alive and relocate them before bee proofing the structure to prevent more returning – guaranteed! This makes us unique leading providers in bee removal.
What makes Beegone® unique?
Comb and bee extraction
Environmentally friendly, no chemical contamination
Cherry picker and scaffold access licence for hard to reach areas
Bee proofing included after removal and relocation
3-15 year guarantee!
Qualified for minor work on listed buildings
Fully insured to carry out all aspects of the job
DBS enhanced checked.
Safe bee extraction on site, 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 ensure that no further swarms will enter this space and re-colonise. Guaranteed.
At Beegone® honeybee removal, we truly understand how precious our bees are.
We believe in the protection of honeybees and offer a unique ethical and proper removal of honeycomb and bees which is why Beegone® are the UK’s only expert bee specialist firm insured to carry out all aspects of the work. If you don’t want to contaminate the environment, damage your home, kill other bees or let insecticides enter the human food chain, you have come to the right place.
We are insured to carry out bee removal and minor building works – even on grade I and II listed buildings. We also use safe access including machinery and tower scaffolding.
Are Honeybees protected?
It is a common misconception that bees are protected. They are in fact endangered. It is however important to take care in the removal of bees as the honeycomb is a human food source and any contamination by pesticides or insecticides can have severe consequences. As a result the incorrect removal or illegal treatment of a honeycomb could result in a fine of up to £25,000