Texas City Bee Removal
Professional Bee Removal service in Texas City
Texas City is home to a variety of different honeybees, and as such, bee infestations can become a hassle for homeowners. Often, homeowners have novice pest control companies go into their home and kill a beehive without removing the nest. Nests that are inadequately removed cause severe damage to the inside of your home as honey drips down your home and, in time, begins attracting pests and worms as the honey rots. Click here to see our house of horrors video showing the horrors of improper removal.
Bee Safe Bee removal has over 40 years of experience dealing with honeybees, killer bees, wasps, and other flying stinging insects. We come from a family of beekeepers, and our passion lead us towards starting Bee Safe Bee Removal. We value your family’s safety above all else, and our experienced beekeepers know just how to handle every single situation out there. Unlike traditional pest services, we do everything in our power to save as many bees as possible. Our bees are then relocated to one of our local apiaries so they can not only survive but thrive.
Texas City Wasp Removal
Texas City is also commonplace to find wasps such as yellow-jackets. Yellow-jackets are very aggressive wasps that may attack those near them. Do not try and remove them on your own instead; have our experts safely exterminate the wasp’s nest. Our experts will not only guarantee that the job is done correctly but also ensure the safety of your families.
- Yellow Jackets
- Cicada Killers
No form of wasp extermination is too big for our expierienced extermination team.
Caring Eco-Friendly Beekeeping
As beekeepers, we care for bees as one would care for any other animal. We safely round up the bees using a bee vac, and then we bring them to our apiary located in the backyard of our business. Then on the weekend we take our bees and settle them in one of three apiaries that we have in Dallas and Oklahoma. Throughout the cold winter months, we make sure to feed our bees plenty of pollen patties to ensure that they have the highest probability of living. We are bee guys and gals; beekeeping is in our blood.