EXPERTS IN LIVE HONEYBEE AND COMB REMOVAL
from Commercial Properties

We save bees, you can too!

Bees can cause severe damage to property if not dealt with timeously. Honeybees will colonise in any cavity in a man-made or naturally occurring structures such as hollows in trees.

Health and safety laws require you to provide a safe and healthy environment for all people on your premises. This applies to a very wide range of workplaces, not only factories, shops and offices but also, for example, schools, hospitals, hotels and places of entertainment.

Bees can pose a risk to staff and children when they swarm or colonise the property. It is important to address your concerns as soon as possible to avoid health risks to people or legal risks for your organisation.

The great news is that Beegone® are specialists in the non-lethal removal of honeybees and all our operatives are DBS enhanced checked which makes us ideal to call when there is a risk to children or vulnerable adults.

Beegone® are the UK’s only expert bee specialist firm insured to carry out all aspects of the work while providing access equipment, asbestos surveys and reinstatement as part of the job.

We perform a full site survey and risk assessment before anything is done. We then document everything and then send you a proposal for work to be done. Once we have removed the honeybees we then proof the structure to prevent other honeybees from getting back in. Guaranteed.

What makes Beegone unique?

For Expert Removal of Honeybees

GUARANTEED!

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Brag about it

We save bees and you can too! Call us for a bee removal and then brag to your customers how you facilitated in the live removal and re-homing of bees and through this assisted in saving the environment.

Honeybees are vitally important for flower pollination but with the mass use of insecticides and pesticides they have become endangered. The U.N. have reported that of the 100 crop species that provide 90 percent of the world’s food, more than 70 percent are pollinated by bees. It is therefore vitally important that we take care of our bees.