Youngs Pest Control
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Costs Of Removal
Giving a precise quote without conducting an on-site inspection can be challenging, but we can provide a general pricing guideline.
Typically, our average costs for bee removal range from £1000 to £1500.
Please note this estimate doesn't include any repair work or costs related to access (scaffolding)
Why The Cost
- The complex regulations and laws surrounding honeycomb make its handling a highly specialised task that requires extensive experience.
- When honey bees inhabit challenging spots like chimneys, walls, or roofs, specific gear is needed to remove them safely – for instance, scaffolding. The expense can rise depending on the quantity and kind of scaffolding needed.
- The removal process involves extensive work – hives need to be prepped before the operation begins,
- Post-removal cleanup: Bee hives can leave behind honey and wax, which can attract other pests if not properly cleaned up. This step can also add to the total cost of bee removal.
- Relocation: The costs do not end with the removal; there's also the matter of safely transporting and re-establishing the bees in a new location. Depending on the distance and the new habitat's condition, this can be a costly exercise.
- Unforeseen complications: The complexity of the removal can increase if the bees are particularly aggressive or if they have caused significant structural damage. Such complications can drive up the price as they demand additional time, resources, and expertise.
Remember, the ultimate goal is to ensure the safety and well-being of both the bees and people, so while the costs might seem high, the value of the work is substantial.