If bees have decided to nest in your vicinity it can be extremely unsettling. Dangerous even. It is essential the situation is resolved by a PRC Field Agent.
If you believe you have bees nesting in or around your property, DO NOT attempt to “Shoo” them. When bees feel the nest is under attack, they almost certainly will sting.
The timing of treatment is crucial. Bees find new nests in spring and early summer. This is the best time to eradicate them. An established nest in late summer can be far more dangerous.
If you believe you have a bee nest in or near your property, please follow the following procedure
We make a £50 charge for re-homing honey Bees.
At this point, you are potentially just an hour from complete eradication of the problem.
We are your local Bee removal experts. We will guide you all the way through to eradication of the Bees.
Unlike many of our other pest situations, the arrival of bees does not require a full consultation.
Professional eradication needs to take place ASAP. A PRC Agent will always plan the solution of a bee situation in one visit. Not all bees are protected. Just honey bees.
One of our Field Experts will need to visit and conduct an environmental impact assesment. There are very many different types of bees and the subsequent action depends on many factors.
Our FIELD Agent will ascertain the age cycle of the nest and the subsequent treatment required
Our agents will always aim to relocate the nest. Bee removal is a very specialist process.
We have the latest equipment and full protective clothing. We will usually ensure that a swarm is moved. We can then relocate the remaining bees. If the hive is within your property, then this will obviously need to be removed.
We always attempt the solution that means the bees survive. The only time this is not possible is when the bees have made a hive/nest in your property that is not easily accessed. If removal is not possible then extermination is the only option.
Our pledge is that where possible we stick to our Fixed Cost of £75 for bee removal.
The only variation to this will be if accessibility is difficult and we need to return with equipment to reach the nest.