houston bee removal, removing the honey comb.

If the bees have been in the location for more than a few months then it is best to remove the honey comb to avoid future problems.

We have various ways of doing this without tearing up your house.

In some cases we do have to go through drywall which then requires replacing it and in others we can safely remove the comb and bees with little or no damage to the property.Houston Bee Removal, Removing the Honey Comb

 

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Bees in between the fist and second floor.

This is one of the most common places that bees will infest in a house.

They like to get in between the floor joists where they have adequate  apse to build a home and easy access to get out.

In this house which was brick we removed the bees but did not remove the comb.

The bees had been there for two weeks so there was little honey comb to remove and wasnt worth damaging the house to remove it.

The crack in the brick was sealed with new mortar and a new swarm of bees will not be able to get into this location in the future.

 

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