Beehive Removal in Laurel, MD
We Humanely Relocate Bees & Their Nests to Keep Your Home & Family Safe
Successfully Relocated Thousands of Bees
Wasps and Bees Sting and Can Cause Damage to Your Home
Let us help you feel safe in your home again
This is a bald-faced hornet nest. We remove these too!
Why You Should Get Help with Your Wasp or Bee Problem:
- Wasps, bees, hornets, and yellow jackets sting and can be a real “pain”.
- These insects can build complicated nests that aren’t always easy to access and remove.
- Keeping pollinators alive and relocating them can do a lot of good for the environment.
Nest Pest Control Will Safely Remove These Flying Pests From Your Home
We Save The Bees
There are many different pollinators in our world, but bees, by far are the most effective. Bees eat nectar and pollen. When they visit each flower, pollen from the flowers stick to the bee’s fuzzy hair. When they visit another flower, this pollen then gets shaken off as the bee moves into the flower to collect more nectar.
Although other nectar eaters also transport pollen from flower to flower, bees carry more pollen than any other pollinator, and effectively pollinate many different plants.
Pollination is important for plants like strawberries and apples to get fertilized and grow. This is why it is important for us to do all we can to help keep bees and other pollinators in business.
We, at Nest Pest Control, understand the importance of saving the bees. That is why we do all we can to relocate bees who have made their hives in unwelcome places. We make sure they can establish themselves in a new home with a local beekeeper who can help keep the hive healthy.
If bees have made themselves unwelcome in your home, give us a call today so that we can help save the bees.
We want to take care of your home ASAP, but our schedule fills up fast. Call now so we can take care of your bee or wasp problem right away.
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Did You Know…
Ants are cousins to bees. Ants, like bees, are part of the Hymenoptera order. The reason ants are part of this order is interestingly not because of their segmented bodies, but instead because of their wing shape. Another distinguishing quality of these insects is that they all have venom that is distributed by bite or sting. Ouch!
Here are some answers to some questions you may have about beehive removal, our company, or our other services.
Do you take care of carpenter bees too?
Carpenter bees tunnel through exposed wood to lay eggs and raise their larvae. The first tunnels are not usually very deep and aren’t a concern for structural damage. However, the following year’s broods will continue to tunnel within the wood and can cause more damage, leading to some concern.
In addition to the tunneling bees, woodpeckers are often attracted to the larvae, and can cause additional damage to the structure, when trying to reach the insect.
Calling us to handle the situation is the best approach. Unfortunately, because the bees tunnel in the wood, we can’t rehome them. And to ensure all the carpenter bees are gone, it is safest for an expert to treat for them.
After treatment, the opening to the tunnel can be filled and sealed off, to keep other bees from reinhabiting the area.
How soon can you remove the hive?
How much does beehive removal cost?
How large is the hive?
Where is it located?
What kind of techniques are going to be used?
What kind of repair is needed?
We can give you a fairly accurate quote before we begin work. If there are any additional costs, we will make sure you understand why before proceeding.