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Bee hive removal services Edmonton


est. 1900

Don't Let Bugs Get the Best of You


est. 1900

Don't Let Bugs Get the Best of You

What do bees look like?

Bees are social insects, dwelling in hives within a caste system made up of queens, reproductive males, and both male and female workers. They are not inherently aggressive but can defend their colony with barbed stingers. Compared to wasps, bees have broader, hairier bodies and legs.

What do you do if you have a bee infestation?

If you suspect a bee infestation, it’s vital to approach with care and understanding of their role in the ecosystem.

What is involved with Bee Removal?

Our bee removal process in Edmonton includes:

  • Finding the entrances/exits to the hive
  • Determining if the hive is above or below ground
  • Inspecting for other hives on the property
  • Calling a beekeeper to remove and relocate the hive humanely

If you have a bee problem, contact Birch Fumigators for considerate and effective removal.

Facts About Bees

  • There are 3 kinds of bees: queen, worker, and drones.
  • All the workers in a hive are female.
  • Male bees are drones and do not have a stinger.
  • Bees use honeycomb cells to raise babies and store nectar, honey, pollen, and water.

Professional Pest Control Services

Don't let bugs take over - call Birch Fumigators today! Get a Free Estimate (Within the Edmonton Area). Go with the best pest control company Edmonton.

Professional Pest Control Services

Don't let bugs take over - call Birch Fumigators today! Get a Free Estimate (Within the Edmonton Area). Go with the best pest control company Edmonton.

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Frequently Asked Questions

After a bee hive is removed, it’s important to take care of the area where the hive was located. This means sealing up any openings or cracks that the bees may have used to enter the area. Birch Fumigator can help you with this. We’re Edmonton’s leading pest control company and we can make sure that your home is bee-free. Contact us today to learn more about our services.

If you have bees on your property and would like to safely relocate them, we suggest contacting Birch Fumigator Pest Control company who can help you safely remove the bees from your property and relocate them to a new home.

If you have bees on your property and would like to get rid of them, we recommend contacting a Pest Control company like Birch Fumigator. Pest Control companies specialize in safely removing bees and other pests from properties. They will be able to assess the situation and determine the best course of action to take.

The cost depends on the type of bee, and the severity of the infestation. The most common type of bee in Edmonton is the honeybee. Honeybees are not typically considered pests, as they do not pose a threat to humans or animals. We always recommend relocating the bees when possible.

Bees and wasps are similar in their appearance. Bees are black and yellow, while wasps are black and red. However, bees tend to be larger than wasps. Their bodies are wider at the ends than they are long. If you are experiencing a more than normal amount of bees or wasps on your property, give Birch Fumigators a call to see how we can help!

If you find a bee’s nest on your property, the best thing to do is to relocate them. Call Birch Fumigators to learn more about how they can help you relocate the bees.

If you find a bee or wasp nest on your property, you should contact a pest control service to have it removed. Pest Control Services in Edmonton can be found through companies such as Birch Fumigator. The honey bee is the most popular type of bee and is responsible for pollinating many different types of plants. The bumblebee is another common type of bee and is often considered to be a nuisance because it can sting. However, the bumblebee is an important pollinator of many different types of plants as well.

There are a few things you can do to get rid of bees and wasps: Remove their food sources: Wasps and bees are attracted to sweet things like fruit, flowers, and sugary drinks. So if you have any of these things around your home, they may be attracting bees and wasps. Try to remove or cover up these food sources to help deter them.

There are a few things that can attract bees and wasps to your property, such as – flowers or other plants that have nectar or pollen; – sweet foods, such as fruits or sugary drinks; – garbage cans or other sources of food scraps

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