Bee Removal From Chimney

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Specialist Bee Removal From Chimneys By BeeGone®

Unique Award Winning Honeybee Removal From Chimneys

Removing honeybee hives from chimneys whilst keeping the bees alive is a dangerous task and one only for a bee removal specialist.

  • We don’t use insecticide or pesticide
  • We give you a 10 year guarantee minimum
  • We carry out the building work, bee removal & access to the chimney
  • We do the bee removal without killing bees
  • The Beegone® team uniquely prevent other bees returning
  • Honeycomb and bees removed (not just sprayed & killed)

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s involved:

Bee Removal Advice

It is important that you remove bees from your chimney because leaving them will not solve the problem but it will get much bigger the longer its left. Bees do not die out as wasps do, the bees eat honey they collect.

Leaving a beehive in a chimney after a treatment with insecticide or other compound is one of the biggest mistakes that people make. Many pest control companies will not do the removal, and worse, will often not tell you that the beehive should be extracted. Bee removal without honeycomb removal will inevitably cause you problems of a more serious nature than the original bees themselves.

Bees keep the hive cool by circulating air with their wings. Without this vital cooling method, the honey will inevitably melt and seep though the building and cause a permanently lingering smell and damp like marks on plasterboard, wall paper and in cavities. This will also attract other bees time and time again (not to mention other pests). Pest control alone simply will not solve the problem.

UK Honeybees are being illegally treated!

We strongly recommend that you think carefully about agreeing to anyone offering you treatment or control with insecticide for bees in a chimney, as this will contaminate other local bees and insecticide could get into the human food chain.

You can get fined up to £25,000 for using insecticides on bees.


Related Legislation

• 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

The next steps to remove bees from the chimney.


  1. We will  listen/reply to your specific problem and provide free advise over the phone.
  2. We need to carry out a site consultation to provide a report and quote. 
  3. We must do this to remove risks to our team, you, other people and the building.
  • Possible site risks – asbestos, wiring cables, working at height

The consultation also helps us..

  • To identify what access may be needed – which we provide in house.
  • To significantly reduce likelihood of people getting stung during bee removal.
  • To guarantee no other bees return after extraction.
  • To provide the correct leading expert advice on removal and prevention.
  • To carry out a Drone Survey of the chimney(s) if required. 
  • To carry out the work effectively and rapidly in one day!
  • To send you a proper fixed and detailed quotation with supporting images following the consultation.

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

Honey Bee


Bumble Bee

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