Honeybee Control and Removal
If you have noticed bee activity inside or outside your home, it is time to give us a call. We have the tools and the experience needed to handle these insects that are so beneficial to our environment.
We understand that the presence of bees can put your family's safety at risk and limit the use of your home. Our company will give you back the comfort of being in or around your home.
Where do bees typically nest?
The media mostly potrays bee hives as hanging from a tree. However, bees tend to build their homes in hollow spaces. This keeps them concealed and safe from their predators and other dangers.
Below is a list of the most common places that one may find honeybees in a house:
We are licensed in honey bee removal and relocation by the state of Georgia. As for 2023, the state of GA requires a license in order to properly carry out the removal and relocation of honey bees when the bees are inside a building. We have years of experience.
We are insured so that you do not have to worry about anything. After the extraction is performed, the bees are safely relocated to a bee yard of a certified beekeeper. During the extraction, the honey comb is removed, the space is sealed so that there is not more worries about bees getting back there again and the structure is repaired. Most extractions last about 4-6 hours.
Our company has the necessary protective gear and knows the best practices for bee removal.
Opening and Repairs
The first step during an extraction is to locate where the bees have built their hive. Then we evaluate the best point of entry to access the bees. No matter where the bees are located, we have the tools to get to them. After the extraction is complete, our team will repair the area that was opened. At Easier Remodeling LLC our clients are our first priority, and no matter how big or small your repair job is, we’re up for it.
Not only are we certified to remove honeybees, but we will also handle the repairs that are needed for the extraction.
You get to keep the honey!
According to Mayo Clinic, "Honey is used as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antibacterial agent. People commonly use honey orally to treat coughs and topically to treat burns and promote wound healing."
After extraction is completed, if there is honey in the beehive, you get to keep it.