Bee Removal and Rescue Services
In nature, honeybees will find hollow cavities in which to make their home. This might be in the trunk of a tree, the face of a cliff, a space inside of a wall, or under a trailer. If you’ve found that bees have moved in and you'd like them to relocate to a place where they'll be more welcome (with our Molokai Meli bee family!) then ...
Please call us for an ESTIMATE at (808) 658-1933.
Honeybee colonies often average between 50,000-60,000 bees. Natural bee removal and rescue is not only a more humane option to remove the bees from your property but avoiding pesticidal sprays is safer for the environment and you too! Sign up on our mailing list and we'll send out Special Offers for bee removal services as they become available.
Please don't spray the bees!
Did you know that sprays tend to be more effective with wasps than with bees and hornets? We strongly encourage you to avoid spraying the bees. First and foremost, because our community needs them and the important work that they do! Second, many customers still have to call us after they have sprayed because they find that the bees remain.
When we remove bees from your home or business we take some honey for the bees new home, but leave the majority for you. And it's often A LOT of honey. Spraying will contaminate the honey that you could otherwise enjoy and share with friends and family!
Will the bees just come back?
Just as we do, bees need a comfortable place to live. They prefer a place with water and flowers to gather food for themselves. A home that's not too cold or hot is ideal. You can see why an entry point in our homes seems like a welcome invitation to build a great new hive for the bees!
We do our best to identify the entry point while completing the bee removal and rescue. We can provide recommendations for sealing these entry points to reduce the likelihood that the bees will return.
Try to act sooner rather than later
The longer the bees are able to live in your walls or beneath your floor, the more property damage is likely to be caused. Busy bees continue to work on building more wax comb to fill with more sticky honey over time. Bee removal often requires cutting into structures to access and remove the colony completely. The larger the hive, the larger the access point needs to be. By acting sooner rather than later, you can help to keep the removal job small and avoid having a more significant repair afterward.
The easier we can get to the bees, the lower the cost of the removal will be. The longer the colony resides in your structure, the more likely they are to continue building into a hard to reach place!
If you need help with repairing after the bee removal and rescue has been completed, we can provide this service quickly for an additional cost. Often times, bee colonies are so large that they necessitate cutting open the wall or ceiling.
Either way, with our background in construction, you can rest assured that the least amount of disruption will be caused to your structure as we access the colony and that we'll leave the work site clean and tidy!