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bee hive in an attic

Bee hive in an attic

Choose Guaranteed Bee Removal to solve the problem with bees in your home, business or property. We understand bees and how to make sure they won’t come back to your place! This is why we can, guarantee our work for THREE YEARS!

We utilize LIVE bee removal without the use of toxic and harmful chemicals. Bees are relocated to our apiary where they can continue producing honey and pollenating flowers without damaging your property!

Guaranteed Bee Removal provides a COMPLETE service. We locate your bees, remove them, AND most importantly, we also repair the opening created to access the hive. This is important because in many cases the cost of the repair alone would be more than what we charge for the whole job!

“Thank you so much for the great job! I can use my pool and back yard again!&#8221 -Anthony

Locate

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Honey bees look for several things when choosing a home. They are looking for an enclosed void with a small opening. Modern construction leaves lots of these spaces in houses in the attic, pillars, gables, and other features. We ususally access the hive through the roof or sheetrock.

Remove

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It is important to remove all the comb and honey. If not, it becomes a magnet for bees to re-inhabit the space in the future. We do not recommend killing and sealing the bees inside. This may lead to a wax moth infestation and an ant problem like you’ve never seen!!

Repair

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Under those tiles is our “secret sauce!” We’ve developed a couple techniques to ensure bees cannot re-inhabit the same space. This is why we can GUARANTEE our work!

Giant Bee Hive

This giant bee hive was located on a house under construction in the hills surrounding Temecula.

This appears to be a large ball of bees. They are covering a large hive of wax comb.

As the bees are removed the wax comb is exposed.

The bees are being captured in my bee trap. The combs are clearly visible now.

After all the bees were captured they are transferred to a bee box at my bee farm.

Kill a Bee Hive and Feed the Rats

This picture shows why you do not want to kill a bee hive with pesticide and leave it inside your wall or attic.

  • There was a honey stain on the ceiling.

  • Inside were two old hives that had been eaten by rats and mice. “Evidence” of rats was piled up around the site.
  • The dark colored wax in the picture is the oldest bee hive.
  • The light colored wax is the most recent hive that was built on top.
  • We cleaned off the wax, filled the space with insulation and sealed the opening.
  • The ceiling was plastered to match the existing surface.

    Rats and mice love to eat dead bee hives. This is why we recommend removal rather than kill and leave.

Bees Removed From Chimney Top

This is a young bee hive. The wax comb is small and light yellow. Wax comb becomes darker the older a hive gets.
There were not many bees because the homeowner set off a bug bomb in the base of the chimney and killed a bunch of the bees. As you can see, it reduced their number but did not kill the hive.

Hot Tub Bees

This was the first time we received a call about bees in a hot tub. The bees removal went smoothly and the space they occupied was filled with insulation so they will not be back.

Bees are going in and out of the crack at the top of the siding.


Bee Removal from a Water Meter Box

Water meter boxes and irrigation control boxes are a common location to find a bee hive.

Removal is simple:

1. Give the bees some smoke.

2. Open the box.

3. Capture the bees with a bee vacuum.

4. Put all the wax comb in a bucket or box.

5. Clean and close.

In addition there are some things we can do that will discourage bees from returning to this spot and building another hive.

Bedroom Bee Removal

This bee hive was located in the attic above a second story bedroom. We determined the best way to remove the bees was to cut through the sheet rock below the hive. Here are the steps of a successful removal.

Steps to remove a bee hive from the attic above a bedroom.

The entire job took about four hours. Our draping was able to completely contain the bees so there were none that escaped into the bedding or toys in the room.

Bee Removal from a Bicycle

Here is a picture from a bee removal I did yesterday from a bicycle! The bike had been covered with a blanket. Bees thought this would be a perfect place for a home–right on the handle bar.

Bee hive on a bicycle handle bar

Bees made a home right on the handle bar of a bicycle. The bike had been covered with a blanket.

The removal went smoothly and the bees are now safe in a conventional bee hive at my bee farm. I think the bicycle is safe in its garage.

 

Bee Removal Today in Canyon Lake

Today’s bee removal was pretty standard. Here are the steps and pictures.

Step 1: Locate the Bee Hive

These bees were in the outer wall of an upstairs balcony. I was able to pinpoint the hive location in the wall.

Location of bee hive in the wall

Bee hive has been located in the wall

Step 2: Make the Cut

Cut plaster to removee bee hive

A cut is made in the plaster to access the bee hive for removal.

Step 3: Open the Bee Hive

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Bee hive in wall for removal.

Step 4: Remove Bee Wax Comb and Prepare for Repair.

Bee hive location ready for repair.

Step 5: Patch the Plaster

Bee hive removal complete and ready for paint.

Do you have a similar problem? I would love to do the same quality work for you!

 

Bees on Top of Chimney

This family noticed bees coming in the fire place and discovered a wild bee hive had moved in to the top of the chimney. We removed the hive and secured the top of the chimney so bees cannot move in there again.

Chimney with bee hive

Chimney in Chino Hills with a bee hive in the top


View from the top of the chimney with bees

View from the top of the chimney with bees

The Magic Moment!


This is the “Magic Moment” of every live bee removal–when I open the hive. You will see I have made a cut in the wood and struck gold right in the center of the hive. It was a perfect shot!