Honey bee cutout – flat roof

Honey bee cutout – flat roof

This was another one of our early jobs – sadly I can’t find many photos for this honey bee cutout from a flat roof void. I remember turning-up on a Sunday morning having no real idea of what to be expecting other than that we had been told that there were...
Honey bee ceiling cutout –  Pentyrch

Honey bee ceiling cutout – Pentyrch

Honey bees were entering thru the apex of one of the dormer windows and showing themselves in an en-suite bathroom. These honey bees were not easy to get too, as you can see they were in a small dormer window roof space. Having cut a very tight access spot into the...
Honey bee cutout from roof in Canton

Honey bee cutout from roof in Canton

Honey bees arrived at this property approx. 6 weeks before us. Initially the only clue that there were honey bees house sitting was the sticky honey running thru an open screw hole in the ceiling, but the honey bees became far more apparent...
Honey Bees in Roof

Honey Bees in Roof

Generally honey bees don’t colonise roof spaces, when they are flying in beneath tiles they more often than not are colonising a cavity wall or an old dismantled chimney stack that is hidden beneath the tiles. The easiest way for us to access these bee colonies is for...