McLendon-Chisolm Bee Removal Process
McLendon-Chisholm Bee Removal Info and Texas Bee Facts
VIP Bee Rescue Bee Removal provides safe and permanent bee removals in McLendon-Chisholm & Surrounding Areas. We focus on the live honey bee removal process, extermination of the beehive is the last resort.
A special low pressure bee vacuum is used for this process.
The bees remain alive during the bee removal, transportation and relocation into the box.
Our team specializes in relocating bees to bee farms also know as Apiaries.
The age of the hive and their lineage traits make up the bees behavior.
Attempting to remove a bees without proper gear and training can lead to serious injury or death.
A free service within Dallas and Fort Worth.
Inspections over 1 hour travel time are $75 per hour
We can also provide a Quote with Videos/Photos you send.
Bee Removal Repair and Warranty
All quoted services include extraction of the bees, clean-out of the hive and repairs.
Bee removals can be performed without repairs but include no warranty.
This option is common for contractors or roofers that find a beehive while working on a home or building.
Warranty is for both the bees and repair is 1 year from service date.
We don't provide finish work such as stucco or paint, if paint is available after repair we'll paint the area for you.
Bee Removal Honey & Media
Only edible honey from your bees is provided back to you,
honey that's been previously tampered with will be discarded of.
We only recommend watching the bee removal from inside your home.
* VIP Bee Rescue Apiary Honey Update: April, 2022 *
General Beehive Information
Honey bees making a hive in a roof, wall, tree, etc. may often go unnoticed allowing them time to make a large hive. It's important to never kill the bees if the hive can't be removed completely.
Honey and other remains in the area and can cause further pest problems or be rehomed by more bees. Stragglers bees may linger after service, please allow up to 24 hours for activity to subside.
General Honey Bee Information
Honey bees are small winged insects, black and golden in color with black stripes.
From 1947 to 2008 the U.S. had a 60% decrease in bee populations.
6 Million hives became 2.4M in 6 decades, surveys from 2017 showed populations at 2.6M
During record low temperatures in February 2021, many hives were lost.
We learned to adjust our boxes according to upcoming seasons.
We believe bees are important to us humans, our ecosystems and food production,
our mission is to rescue the beehives over exterminating them.