Prices - $300 for hive relocation
$150 swarm removal
Swarms can move in to the house, garage or other places that you may not like please call as soon as you see one. I have seen swarms move into peoples walls of their house. Call right away--don't wait until a small problem become a very big one. $150 for swarm removal.
The cutout can include just about anything that is not a swarm. Usually in a wall, garage, well box, under playhouses, etc. $300 for cutout removal.
Honeybees are a wonderful and valuable superorganism. They provide us with honey and pollinate trees and plants that give us food and flowers. Please don't call an exterminator if you don't have to! In many cases beekeepers are able to successfully relocate your bees, and as a thank you we will gladly give you a some free honey and comb if your bees are producing on the spot (We harvest honey ONLY in spring once the pollen has started flowing, that way we know that what we are taking is truly excess from the bees winter stores, because remember, honey is the bees food). Therefore, if we collect your bees from a swarm, they will need to build comb to store honey for a whole year until we can harvest the honey the following spring. The only exception is when bees abscond (leave the hive), which sometimes happens with ferral hives. Either way keep in touch with us to find out if your bees are making honey. If you call us out for a hive removal, get a storage container ready, because we will give you some of the honey comb to try!
We offer bee removal. Why choose us? We are affordable and
take ALL types of bees. We do not discriminate against the infamous "Africanized bees". Let us remove your bees. You can count on the fact that we use treatment free, natural methods of raising our bees. The bees are located in areas where there are no commercial pesticides used. We at Arizona Bees strive to create that most natural environment for our bees as possible, while still maintaining a safe environment for the bees.
Why removal and relocation and not extermination?
Bees will not just go away if you seal them up or even exterminate them. Those that are foraging during the day will return and be upset that their hive is destroyed, also the bees inside will try to get out unless exterminated. If they are exterminated, you will now have to remove the comb as well. See my blog for some pictures of bees and comb being left behind after an exterminator killed the bees. The issue with left over honey and comb, is it can start to stink, not to mention drip down the walls of your house. Keep the bees and everyone else happy, and just call Abello bees to remove them.
Please call Derek the beekeeper:
email: firstname.lastname@example.org (if regarding a swarm please call first since they usually don't last long and may move into your house! I've unfortunately seen this happen many times.)
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