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Bee Removal Franklin Tx

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Bee Removal Franklin Tx
Bee Removal Franklin Tx

Bee Removal and relocation services are quickly becoming the norm. An aware public is leaning away from pest control.

IRescueBees has the best service providers in the Texas and the country. Knowledgeable and professional, they will remove honey bees without chemicals.

When a swarm shows up on your tree or house call the best bee removal experts.

Lets talk about swarms...
Bee Removal Franklin Tx
Bee Removal Franklin Tx

Honey bees clustered tightly together attached to a branch or structure is called a swarm. Swarms will be cast for many reasons, but for the most part it is to reproduce their colony.

While the queen is resting the scouts of the swarm go looking for a suitable home. Once the home is found the entire swarm leave to colonize it.

Bee Removal Franklin Tx
Bee Removal Franklin Tx

Yes, a swarm on a branch will move in a couple days. Hopefully, not into your house.

Seeing a swarm on your house is a sure sign that they are moving in. Call your IRescueBees associate right away, we will come remove them.

Better yet, call us when you see a swarm on your trees before they move in.

Bee Removal Franklin Tx
Bee Removal Franklin Tx
What if the bees already move in to your house...

Don't worry, Your IRescueBees associate can remove them as well. We first locate the hive then we open the cavity and remove the whole thing.

All of this is taken live to an apiary and the nest put back together in a hive. The apiary is where the beekeeper takes care of the the colony.

 

 

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