Wasp & Bees Nest RemovalIndoor or outdoor nest removal
A place for everything and everything in it’s place.
You’d think these bees and wasps would wanna-bee anywhere else, are we right? We can send them on their way. Our team uses environmentally friendly techniques to remove nests, preserving these amazing creatures’ lives.
We are experts on all things bees—and we’re expertly trained in all things wasp and wasp-y—so when it comes to removing a nest, our beekeepers are the ones you want to call. They can handle it all! Whether the nest (or nests!) is inside or outside your home or business, we can safely remove it at a convenient time for you.
Environmentally Friendly Techniques
Did you know you don’t have to use chemicals to remove bees and wasps? Our Bee Vacuum System—designed and perfected for our work in the film industry—is used to gently vacuum our flying friends as they come or go from their nest. Honeybees collected in this manner can be safely relocated to a new hive. Our method leaves no damage and helps SAVE THE BEES!
Locations Served and Pricing
We’re based in Surrey which means we can remove nests and swarms across the Lower Mainland! It’s pretty awesome we’re so central right? Our beekeepers travel from West Vancouver to White Rock and from Abbotsford to the Strait of Georgia!
How do you know you’re dealing with wasps? Their nests are commonly made from a grey paper-like material, seen mostly in trees, nests, shrubs, soffits, or inside walls and attic spaces. The Lower Mainland is home to many types of wasps, including yellow jackets, mud wasps, and hornets.
Using our Bee VAC technology, we collect live wasps. The wasps are then frozen and shipped to a pharmaceutical company to produce anti-venom serum to treat people with severe allergies to wasp stings. We always aim to use environmentally friendly removal techniques, but some removals may require chemical treatments.
Bumblebees are super cute and play an important role in our ecosystem, but no one likes uninvited houseguests. They typically nest in the walls of your home or in other buildings, as well as in birdhouses and the ground. Stepping on one isn’t fun for anyone!
Honeybee Nests & Swarms
Honeybees build honeycombs in an enclosed cavity, like in a hollow tree or in a wall, or between joists in a house. Want to know a trick to tell the difference between a wasp nest and a honeybee nest? Honeybees don’t build a paper “house” so if there’s no paper, you’re looking at a honeybee nest!
Handling the SWARM! Honeybee swarms consist of several thousand bees hanging in a loose cluster, usually from a tree branch or bush. This is a transitory state in which they are looking for a new home. Once a suitable location is found, they will fly en masse to their new home. It’s a sight to see (though you might want to keep your distance!).
We gently collect the honeybees with our Bee VAC technology and relocate them to a new hive that we provide. The honeybees are then used to help pollinate local fruit crops!