BeeRescue.com.au | Bee Removal/Rescue Melbourne
Do you have a bee hive in your home, school or workplace? You should never attempt to kill or remove a hive yourself – you and the bees may become seriously hurt. There are usually between 20,000 and 60,000 bees in a colony, and that’s a lot of stings.
As registered bee keepers with a deep passion for bees we don’t use pest control chemicals which wear off within 3 or so months.
The entire hive must be physically removed (bees, honey comb etc) otherwise the area acts like a magnet for another swarm and you’ll never be rid of the problem. Most of our work is actually after pest control have visited in the past as new bees will occupy the old hive when the poison wears off when pest control is used….resulting in many kilos of honey running down your wall into your floor or carpet, and/or the hive will decompose in your wall making adjacent rooms uninhabitable….we recommend you look at these pictures.
We show you how to treat the surface so this wont happen again in future.
As long as we can have physical access, bees can be relocated from homes, sheds, factories, schools, compost bins, cubby houses etc, and you can keep the honey comb. We can even rescue bees from inside walls, floors and chimneys.
BeeRescue.com.au specialises in the safe, humane removal and rescue of bee hives across Melbourne.
Where possible, bees are best removed closest to dawn or dusk as field bees will have returned. We charge a fee that is similar to a bee removal pest controller – without use of nasty chemicals.
Prior to visiting you, could you please send the following:
- Pictures of the bees (or wasps) where they are entering your home, garden or commercial premises, and also one distance picture to help us get our bearings
- Your street address (we service all of Melbourne metro and regional Victoria)
Please reply to the above questions via email@example.com or 0408 336 363
For feedback from successful past bee removals, see google maps bee rescue
Some pics below, and around 100 more pics over the last few years of bee rescue on www.facebook.com/BeeRescueMelbourne