When you have bees move into your home, the problem becomes the honeycomb in the walls of your home. It may sound strange, but the bees are inconsequential. It is really the honeycomb in your wall that will cause problems later on. The porous beeswax and honey will act as a sponge in your wall. In our climate, that retention could cause a multitude of problems including mold, mildew, and at the least, more bees moving into your home.
Removing the whole colony is the best thing to do.
Do not let pest control companies fool you. Only applying insecticide will not solve your problem. Even if the exterminator is successful in killing the bees, the honeycomb will be left behind.
What do we do? We physically remove the beehive!!
We remove the hive entirely - the bees, beeswax, honeycomb, and other hive materials. In order to do that, we must gain access to the hive and that usually involves removing building material; trim boards, siding, roofing usually something of that nature is involved. After we've gained access, we remove the hive completely and take it with us- that way WE KNOW THEY'RE GONE!!
But what about the hole in your wall?
We don't want to leave you with a hole in your house. We are also a General Contractor; so any damage caused during the bee removal will be fixed and sealed. By the time we are finished, it will look as good as new. We're that good!
Bee Proofing - Recurring Bee Problems
After removing a beehive, it is necessary to keep the hive from returning to the structure. This is done through bee proofing, which is a method of exclusion involving materials and techniques that are specialized for the prevention of structural bee infestations. Bee proofing works best as a preventive method. Sealing a beehive in a structure creates a myriad of additional problems. We warranty all of our exclusion work.