We save bees!
Specialist Bee Swarm Removal by Beegone®
If you have a honeybee swarm then don’t panic – you’re in the right place.
If a honeybee swarm is left and not collected quickly (within the same day), it could colonise your property chimney, roof or wall. We strongly advise you get the swarm removed quickly to prevent the risk of having a bee colony to deal with – not just a bee swarm…
Report a swarm
Beegone can remove swarms but charge a service fee. Please be advised we will remove swarms in Surrey, Hampshire and West Sussex areas. Established colonies are removed from buildings nationwide.
If you have bees in your chimney, inside your roof or in your walls then please call us for a quotation for a live colony removal on 0800 9551 999
Why do bees swarm?
A bee swarm is a term for when the bees are not living on honeycomb in a colony but are on the move. They are often found in the form of a mass of bunched up bees on top of each other often hanging from a branch of a tree, but this can also be on the side of a building too. The bees are looking for a desired new colony location where they will make a honeycomb and live for many years.
Private bee keepers can help but often not immediately and it can be a massive risk leaving the bees to settle without intervention. They may just end up flying away but they could also end up choosing your chimney or property roof as their new home. If this happens it will be a challenging and costly location to remove them.
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.
Did you know that Beegone® are qualified to work on Grade I and II listed buildings!
If you have bees outside of the month of June you’ll be lucky to get them removed by beekeepers as they are worth very little to them. Furthermore even in June it can take some time for beekeepers to get out to you due to the large number of bees on the move.