The Essential Site Consultation Survey
Our Survey will provide you with the following:
- A detailed report and a complete solution to our survey findings.
- Recommended equipment and service to ensure you receive the full benefit of effective bee removal and prevention.
- Report and recommendations in complete compliance to related legislation protecting our beneficial and important honeybees.
Food and Environment Protection Act 1985
Control of Pesticides Regulations 1986 and 1987 as amended
Health & Safety at Work etc. Act 1974
Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 as amended
Biocidal Product Regulations 2001 as amended
Fines of up to £25,000 can be awarded to companies and individuals not following the legal obligations.
Here at Beegone® Live Honeybee Removal we operate using our CARP framework.
This vital model allows us to assess a complete solution & guarantee the corresponding benefits to the customer in the following ways:
- Consultation - Expert knowledge & experience to safely and throughly examine how to remove the colony.
- Access - Access equipment supplied to safely reach the bees within the structure, removing risks.
- Removal - Using our proven and secret equipment and methods we remove the combs and bees.
- Prevention - We are able to guarantee no other colonies return after extraction, this is unique of Beegone®.
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As part of our duty to care towards you it is important you know the following:
Why move Honeybees from void spaces?
Leaving honeybees or combs within any void space can be a major disease source for local healthy colonies. The main disease they pass on to other hives is called American Foul Broad & European Foul Broad amongst others. Robber Honeybees from other healthy hives pick up contamination when they visit the diseased hives to steal ready made honey. They then pass it on and it has a snow ball effect. So in simple terms it is actually better for Honeybees to carry out live bee & comb removal and then bee proof that void so no others can get back in.
Risks of not removing bees
- Structural damage
- Infestation spreading deeper within the property
- Swarming bees
- Honey leakage and damage to interior of property
- Fire risk ( wax is flammable) when dealing with chimney flues
- The hive has diseases which can be passed on to other healthy, domestic and wild colonies
- Honeycomb can block gas chimney flues or other fuel type flues
- Secondary insect infestations, ants, wasps, wax moth, hive beetle & mites