Removing honey bees in ceiling – South Wales
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 ceiling we found that there was a lot of additional framework preventing us from getting any closer, but after a lot of stretching and reaching we cleared them. During the process the queen left the hive and landed on a lower slate roof to the side of the property; just as we got into position to catch her she decided to move on to a neighbouring tree which is where we eventually caught up with her and reunited her with the rest of the colony.
On completion of the honey bee removal we sealed the entrance point.
For further information on bee removal and relocation please use the contact form in the side bar or
call 01297 441272 to speak to someone local who knows all about it.
If you are looking for more info on removing bees from a chimney check out our article Removing bees in a chimney, for information on bee removal and relocation from roofs you may want to look at our page Honey bees in roof, or if you have bees in a wall our page Honey bees in wall maybe of use, For additional examples on removals of honey bees from other more unusual places check thru our blog page Honey Bee Removal Blog and search for “unusual bee removals”.