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It is important to remove a bee hive correctly the first time. This bee hive had been tormented by a tenant multiple times with big bombs before we were hired to remove it. We safely removed and relocated the honeybees. Removed the honeycomb and prepared the roof for a roofing crew to come out and replace it.
A live bee removal, relocation and repair from a roof in Long Beach CA. The bee hive was inside the roof for eight months and a second part of the hive was attached to the underside of the eave (previously removed). The bee hive was taken without pesticides or vacuums and donated to a local bee keeper.
This beehive was located inside the wall between the drywall and the chimney. This location is very common and we can do the live removal from inside the home. The honeycomb and bees were removed by hand without vacuums or pesticides, the cavity cleaned, openings sealed and wall put back together correctly.
This is a bee swarm removal and a dead bee hive removal. The bee swarm was the fifth bee hive this location has had in two years. The honey was left inside after it was exterminated and the bees continued to be attracted to it. The dead bee hive was removed, cavity cleaned and wall put back together correctly.
This bee hive was the second in this location. The builder of the home killed and removed the original bee hive and left honeycomb inside. Honey will always attract more bees. The new bee hive was removed alive, by hand, no vacuums or pesticides, and the stucco wall was put back together correctly.