Bee Hive Removal & Relocation


bee hive removalHoney Bees are removed in a completely different manner than any other stinging insect.  Honey Bees are pollinators and we as humans have to preserve and protect bees.  We do everything in our power to relocate the entire colony with the Queen Bee intact. It takes a completely different approach since our goal is to minimize the harm the bees are subjected to.

“The way humanity manages or mismanages its nature-based assets, including pollinators, will in part define our collective future in the 21st century……The fact is that of the 100 crop species that provide 90 per cent of the world’s food, over 70 are pollinated by bees.” 
                                                                                                                      – Achim Steiner

Based upon scenario and situation expressed over the phone we can give a basic ballpark price range for the bee hive removal.  The price is substantially higher if we have to cut into a wall, soffit, vent, etc. We try our best to explain the process over the phone so everyone feels as comfortable as possible.

Dawsonville Bee Hive RemovalWe warn everyone that we do everything in our power to keeps costs down and we do have some of the lowest prices for bee hive removals from within a structure but when we cut into a wall, ceiling or soffit box – we do not restore the wall, ceiling or soffit to its original condition.  We get in, remove the hive and clean it up and then temporary patch with plastic sheeting or tape and you have to fix the damage caused by gaining access to the hive.

Our goal is to find the least expensive way to access the hive.  We immediate attempt to collect the parts of the comb which contain the brood (babies or pupae) and the Queen.  Once we get as much as we can access our goal switches to hive removal & clean-up.

Since our company has expanded to now allow us to offer licensed household pest control services, we have created a new webpage to accommodate both wildlife & pest control.  Feel free to visit that page dedicated to beehive relocation at