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Honey Bee Removal

 Bee removal may require cutting holes in roofing, drywall, or floors. I am only able to do some minor   repairs, a   contractor maybe needed to repair opened cavities. For bee hive extraction weather plays a major role in   removing  the honey bee hive especially if a roof needs to be opened. Depending on the size of the hive it can   take a minimum of two days to remove bees and honey comb so the weather must be good to do so. Honey bees   are relocated alive  and the comb is completely removed from the structure. Some honey bees are often left   behind as they are scattered everywhere but there will not be enough to restart the colony. Once the honey comb   is removed a follow up visit the next morning when remaining bees are clustered they will be completely removed   except for usually a couple which will die off in time, time unknown. One of the most important reasons for   removing the honey comb is once   the bees are gone and the hive is vacant honey comb can melt and begin to   mold. Honey can leak and can cause   damage, plus insects and rodents will begin to feed on the honey and wax. Bee hives can be removed inside a house or on the exterior with safety. Neighbors should be notified is removing on the exterior of home and pets should not be walked in the general area. My pest control services include the extermination of other stinging insects like hornets and yellow jackets.

Swarm Relocation

I will do honey bee swarm relocation for a flat rate were as other will do it for free if you contact a bee keeper in your area. Most bee swarms will only in a location for a short period of time and then move on but not always. A swarm is a colony of honey bees that has over grown is home or was damaged in some way so they have to find another home that is suitable. We do not have open bee hives due to our cooler temperature up north but temporary honey comb can be built sometimes. Honey bees collected from a swarm are relocated to a safe location to be raised.       

Honey Bee Hive removal

Call or text Nick Risa at 708-218-0535.

Wildlife Control Service Areas in Illinois and Indiana:

Wildlife control and bee removal service areas in Illinois, cook county towns and villages: Orland Park, Orland Hills, Tinley Park, Oak Forest, Flossmoor, Olympia Fields, Homewood, Country Club Hills, Oak Forest, Matteson, Midlothian, Crestwood, Hazel Crest, Lansing, Forest Park, Richton Park, Beverly Chicago, South Holland, Alsip, Chicago Heights, Glenwood, Crete, and Blue Island. Wildlife Control Trapper in Will County, Illinois: Frankfort, Mokena, Frankfort Square, New Lenox, Homer Glen, Manteno, Manhattan, Peotone, Monee, Green Garden, University Park, Lockport, Lemont, Shorewood, and Joliet. Animal Control and Honey Bee Services area in Lake County, Indiana: Lowell, Cedar Lake, St. John, Dyer, Munster, Crown Point, Griffith, Hanover, Valparaiso, Winfield, and Schererville, IN. Bee Keeper in Indiana removing honey bees. Trapping & Removal of or near me: Raccoon, skunk, squirrel, muskrat, beaver, Groundhog, Opossum, Fox, Coyote, Rabbit, Mole, Vole, Mice, Rats, and Chipmunk.