Bee Removal from Commercial Property

Are bees causing a nuisance at your workplace?

If bees have moved into your commercial property, it’s important to act quickly. Leaving a colony of bees there can cause further problems and eventual damage to your building, which will have a knock-on effect on workplace productivity and may end up costing you more money. 

Where can bees colonise?

Bees may decide to set up their hives in any location, including properties of all types. Whether you are the owner of an office block, restaurant, shopping centre or more, bees may decide to call your property home. Whether they get into wall cavities or ceilings, the secondary problems caused by letting a hive remain are many, even if they first seem harmless flying in and out. 

How to know whether you have a bee colony on your property?

There are several key signs to look out for. The first and most obvious sign is bee activity. Have you spotted a swarm of bees lingering around? Perhaps you’ve noticed bees flying in and out from roof tiles or other areas? Any increased activity is likely to indicate that a colony has either already settled or is about to settle on your premises. Another sign to look out for is the internal indicators, which are usually spotted once a colony is already well established. Have you noticed sticky brown marks on walls or ceilings? Is there a damp syrup-like residue seeping down? If so, this is likely to be honey. 

Act sooner rather than later

The moment you suspect that bees may be present, you should seek out the help of a professional bee removal team. The longer bees are left in one place, the more damage they will cause. It’s not just the hive and honeycomb itself which causes a problem, but the secondary pests that are attracted to the honey.

A full removal and relocation service

These secondary infestations of insects such as hive beetles are the reason why it’s so important to not simply just kill off the existing bees. Not to mention the environmental impacts that come from harming bees. We understand the importance of providing a full removal service and will take the time required to not only remove the bees themselves but also their honeycomb, scraping away and remaining wax or residue and putting deterrents or preventative measures in place where possible to try and minimise the chances of another future colony moving in.

Trust our bee removal experts

If you have bees on your commercial property, our team are both licensed and qualified to help. Give us a call today to find out more about our services.