The cost of a removal can vary greatly, depending on factors such as height, ease of access, how large the hive is, if any special equipment is necessary, the aggressiveness of the bees, and many other factors. Many people simply cannot afford to pay for a removal of a beehive in their home. Their only other option is extermination.
Removal costs include purchase of supplies, wage for bee wrangler (most removals take two visits to make sure no worker bees were left behind), as well as insurance, as many homes in Texas have two levels. Bees love to make homes in soffetts, which can be 20ft or more above the ground. This makes removals a high risk endeavor.
Persons with disabilities, low-income families, and veterans can be at great financial duress as well as in danger of physical harm from a feral hive. When you purchase a removal, we are able to provide peace of mind and safety to a family, as well as rescue and save the bees inside their home. Please consider helping us save people as well as bees!