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Houston Bee Removal

Bees are essential to our survival on Earth. They pollinate our food, and without them, we would cease to exist. However, beehives or swarms can become a huge problem when they get out of control. They can become a hazard to people and properties, most especially in densely populated areas. Professional beekeepers handle Houston bee removal by either hive removal or swarm collection.

Swarm collection involves relocating and rescuing around 3,000 to 10,000 bees— and they are usually found hanging out on trees and shrubs. However, hive removal does more than relocating and rescuing bees. We seal the entry points they use to get into your home and clean the honeycomb to prevent future bee infestations. This involves disinfecting the area, construction repairs, and using insulation to fill the gaps.

Let us help you remove the honey bees around your home. These bees must be removed entirely and professionally to prevent any potential harm to the bees. Additionally, even a small amount of leftover honeycomb becomes a feeding ground for many other pests so the process has to be done right. Call us today for a free quote.

Why Should You Call Stampede For Your Houston Bee Removal?

At Stampede, our beekeepers can wholly and safely remove the hive from your property and relocate the bees to a local Houston apiary. Our bee removal service team has more than 10 years of experience in handling bee infestations, swarms, colonies, and hives.

After we remove the hive, we treat the area and seal all entry points, so you won’t have to worry about bee infestations in that location again. Give us a call today for bee removal or bee control services.

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Our Bee Removal Services

General Removal Service

We remove and relocate the bees to a safer location where they can happily continue pollinating and making honey.

Bee Hive Removal

We meticulously remove the beehive and honeycomb— then we disinfect the area after the hive is removed and seal the entry points. You can feel confident that the bees won’t return and that no pests will feed on the unprotected honeycomb because it will all be removed.

Bee Swarm Removal

Avoid swarms at all costs— this usually happens near the main parent colony and can be anywhere from a few thousand to more than 10,000 bees. Call Stampede now if you notice a swarm of bees around your property! We can handle it for you.

Removal From Trees

Beehives in trees can be difficult to remove. Luckily, our Houston bee removal experts are here to help you. We’ll climb the tree and remove the bees in all areas, including the trunk, holes, or those attached to branches.

Preventing Bee Hive Formations

Talk to a Houston bee removal expert for advice on the steps you can take to prevent bees from forming hives in and around your property. These may include the following:

  • Properly cover and seal your sheds and treehouses.
  • Keep the area around the recycling and trash containers clean. Bees are often attracted to sugary juices and syrups.
  • Refrain from using traps or insecticides. These can go terribly wrong, and you might end up killing the bees.

Call Stampede Pest Control For Bee Removal In Houston, TX