If you are here you are most likely having a problem with honeybees. The bees have either invaded the walls or ceiling of your home or they have swarmed on or in a tree near your home. Don't worry, we can help you by providing professional swarm and established colony removal (Live Bee Removal)for the Carson City, Nevada area.

If you see a honeybee swarm in or around Carson City, Nevada call us right away!!

We pick up swarms as far south as Gardnerville Nevada and as far north as Washoe Valley Nevada

(775) 267-1451 (Office) (775) 297-5556 (Mobile)


If your outside of Northern Nevada and your in need a beekeeper to remove a swarm of honeybees please see the National Honeybee Swarm Removal Directory.


Honeybees in roof

Colony Removal is a fee based service we provide, for pricing information please call us @ (775) 267-1451 to setup an inspection and to a recieve a quote.

If you see a large clump of bees you may have a swarm not an established colony. Please see Swarm Capture.

Don't Place Yourself In Danger!

Removal from structures and outside locations should be done by a professional who has the equipment and knowledge necessary to pinpoint the location of the honey bees and properly remove the bees. Many people will try and eradicate the bees on their own by spraying the bees with commercial pest spray. While these sprays will many times kill some of the honey bees, it almost never kills them all. Spraying the honey bees will not remove the comb, honey, eggs and larvae that are present in the walls or ceilings of the structure. As many as 30,000 to 80,000 bees could be in your ceiling or walls. Don't put yourself in danger. Call us today.

Whats in your walls? Look at the picture below, a small hole knocked in the siding.

 Small Hole in wall

Look at the size of the colony behind the siding! This colony had 4-5 panels of comb behind the siding each one nearly 7' in length. That is alot of honeybees!Colony inside wall

Spraying Can Cause "A Dead Hive Condition"...Trouble!

A "dead hive" condition "WILL" cause you further problems such as fermented (Dripping) honey and rotting larvae within the wall or ceiling. The moisture and smell will attract other pest such as roaches, flies and rodents who will feed on the remaining material. The moisture can also cause structural damage to your home.

Other honeybees will also try to reestablish further colonies if the void is not cleaned and sealed properly. If you have honeybees present in a structure and want to remove them please call us.


Don't Spray the Bees!

We want to save them! The honey bee is one of our most precious resources. The honey bee is responsible for much of the food that we eat. Honey bees commonly pollinate agricultural crops such as apples, oranges, cherries, melons, squash and almonds.

The honey bee has been under tremendous pressure over the past few years with problems such as Colony Collapse Disorder, Varroa Mite and SHB.

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