Bullseye Pest Management performs Bee and Beehive removal in all of the Dallas Fort Worth area. Give us a call at 800-466-4451 to describe your bee infestation and we will quote you a price depending on your circumstances. Don’t let bees take over your home or threaten your family and pets, eliminate them now.
Bullseye Pest Management is licensed to remove Bees and Beehives and Bee Honeycomb from any inhabited structure. Call 800-466-4451.
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The bees must be directly threatening the inhabitants of a structure in order for Bullseye to perform the removal. For example: If the bee hive is located in a tree on the corner of your five acre lot far from any inhabited structure, you must call a beekeeper.
Bullseye Pest Management is not a beekeeper. Bullseye Pest Management does not keep bees, we do not raise bees, we do not have a bee farm, we do not sell honey, we do not have a “honey-house” and we do not “smoke the bees” out with a harmless product that makes them lethargic. We kill the bees. Bullseye does not prefer to kill bees as they are very beneficial creatures. Unfortunately, when bees invade a structure occupied by others it becomes a health concern. Many people are very allergic to bees and their sting can be life threatening in some cases. If you or anyone else in your household is allergic to bees do not hesitate to call us if you notice bees taking up residence in or around your home.
Bullseye Pest Management never uses residual chemical formulations that can potentially transfer to other bee colonies when performing a Beehive Removal. Improper use of certain residual pesticides can harm other bee colonies when surviving bees attempt to relocate. We do everything we can to protect the bees and always look for the opportunity to do the least amount of damage possible to the bee population. Call 800-466-4451.
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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Bee Removal
• Bullseye Pest Management can not remove the beehive without killing the bees.
• Repair work to seal up the area on the structure once occupied by the bees must be performed immediately to ensure that no other bees will find and inhabit the same location in the future.
• The likelihood of bees re-infesting your home within the next few years is somewhat high because of the pheromones left behind by the bees telling others that your home is an ideal habitat.
• Bullseye Pest Management can not wash the pheromones off of your home.
• Bullseye Pest Management does not perform any cosmetic repair work of any kind regarding the replacement of structural materials that were removed to access a beehive. Bullseye will not be held responsible for any necessary repair work or accidental damage resulting from the bee colony removal effort.
• Beehives can extend deep into recessed areas within a home requiring the disassembly or removal of structural materials including parts of walls, floors, ceilings, roof, interior, exterior, or other parts of the bee inhabited cavity in order to remove the bees and honey comb. It is impossible for Bullseye to determine the amount of structural materials that will need to be removed until we proceed with deconstruction and expose the bee colony.
• You can not keep the honey after Bullseye Pest Management removes the bees. Bullseye will be using dust and liquid insecticides to kill the bees leaving the honeycomb contaminated with poisons that are not safe for human ingestion.
• Bullseye will restrict access to the bee removal site while working to prevent unnecessary contact with bees and will not be held liable should any person on or near the property receive a bee sting during or after the bee removal process.
• Bullseye can not eliminate every single bee belonging to the particular colony infesting your home because a portion of them will be out collecting nectar and pollen during the bee removal process. These bees will eventually return to the hive location only to find their colony missing at which point they will begin to disperse over the next 24 to 72 hours and attempt to join another colony.