Beekeeping

 

Honeybees are one of Yahweh's most amazing creations! The keeping and studying of honeybees is very addictive so be careful! Honeybees are important pollinators of many native flowering plants. If you would like to help your garden and neighborhood consider keeping a couple of colonies. As honeybees gather pollen and nectar they pollinate nearby crops, fields and gardens.

Nevada Backyard Beekeeping is fun and rewarding

Not only do honeybees provide pollination and enjoyment an established honeybee colony can produce excess honey, sometimes 50lbs or more! as well as beeswax, bee pollen and propolis! More on Become a Beekeeper

Online Store

 

HalleluYah Honey Online Store

Visit our online store! Here you will find great tasting local honey, bee pollen, beeswax and candles for sale.

We also have a great selection of beekeeoping supplies. We carry a full line of protective clothing, beekeeping hats, veils,beekeeper suits, jackets and gloves. You will also find complete beehives, beekeeper starter kits and tools and accessories.

Azure Standard

Azure Standard Drop Location - Carson City, Nevada

We host an Azure Standard Drop Location here in Carson City, Nevada.

For information on how to join our Azure Standard Drop Location please Contact Us.

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FAQ


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Q: How far will you travel for bee removal?
A: We can only travel so far for swarm removal - usually Gardnerville to the south and north to Carson City. For live bee removal we also cover Reno and the surrounding area. Give us a call to discuss your needs.

 

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Q: Do you kill the bees when you remove them from my home or business?


A: We do not intentionally kill any bees in the process of the bee removal. In all, we save about 95% of the bees we remove however some bees may perish during the removal.

 

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Q: How much does it cost to have a swarm removal?


A:We don't usually charge for swarm removal, however there is a charge for live bee or colony removal.  (see colony removal below) 

 

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Q: How long does it take to capture a swarm?


A: It depends on the size and location of the swarm, what the bees have collected on, height, weather and time of day. Most captures are completed in 15 - 60 minutes.

 

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Q: How much does it cost to have a bees colony removed (cut-out) from my home or business?


A: We charge between $150 and $500 depending on the complexity and length of the job. We will give you a estimate on the job prior to starting any work.

 

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Q: How long does it take you to complete a bee colony removal (cut-out)?


A: It takes on average anywhere from 2 to 6 hours to complete each removal.

 

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Q: Do you repair the damage that you do when removing the bees?


A: We typically do not repair the damage that is caused when extracting the bees from your walls or ceilings. We do as little damage as possible and take care not to damage more than is absolutely necessary. We treat your home like it was our home.

 

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Q: How do I keep the bees from coming back again?


A: Part of our service is to give you instructions that will insure your success in keeping other bees away and the same thing from happening to you again. Each situation is different and we will instruct you accordingly.

 

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Q: Can I have the bees exterminated instead of removed (cut-out)?


A: General pest control methods rarely are able to eradicate an established colony and when successful often create a dead hive situation in the walls or ceiling of the structure often causing more damage and requiring removal.

 

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Q: Do you remove yellow jackets, hornets or wasps?


A: We typically do not remove anything other than the honeybees but we have been known to on a case by case basis, take care of other problems.

 

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