Bee Hive Removal in Baltimore, MD
We Humanely Remove Beehives.
We Destroy Wasp & Hornet Nests.
You Get Peace Of Mind!
Concerned About A Bee Hive or Wasp’s Nest?
Bees, wasps and other flying, stinging insects can cause serious problems.
- Wasp Nests Can Destroy The Siding On Your Home
- Bees Can Hurt You Or Your Family With Their Stings
- Hornets & Yellow Jackets Are Aggressive & Painful
- Bee Hives Need To Be Removed Properly To Keep The Bees Alive As Pollinators.
- Left unchecked, carpenter bees will eat away at your house.
We Will Safely Remove Beehives & The Nests Of These Other Flying Insects!
We’ve been removing bee hives for over 15 years
Nest Pest Control in Baltimore has been eliminating threats from wasps bees and hornets for a long time. In the past 5 years or so, especially with the threat to honeybees recently, we’ve been more careful about removing and relocating beehives. We have relationships with apiarists all over Maryland who are willing to utilize these creatures in their pollinating pursuits. We eliminate wasps and hornets since they aren’t threatened. And we remove the hives so you have a safe home again.
We Are Pest Control Experts
You need an expert, not a novice, when it comes to removing beehives. We have been doing this for a long time and have the knowledge and experience to show for it! Go ahead and protect your family by calling us and getting rid of that bee, wasp or hornet nest.
Can you spot the difference between a bee’s hive and wasp or hornet nest?
We can! But most people can’t. all they know is that there is a stinging, yellow-and-black insect flying around their house. If you are in this situation, or even if you know the difference between a bee and wasp nest, we can take care of it.
When we come out to your home, we will do a few things before removing the beehive. First, we’ll do a visual inspection to answer some questions about the insect we are dealing with.
Is the nest papery, kind of like the pictures? Then it’s a wasp nest.
Is the nest lower to the ground? Possibly a hornet’s nest.
Is the nest nestled in the eaves of the gables? Potentially a beehive.
Is the hive growing into the house, behind the siding? Probably carpenter bees.
After we’ve determined where the nest is located adn have done a preliminary inspection, we determine if it can be saved or if an extermination is a better option. Then we get to work.
We will call our apiarist friends (the beekeepers) and he or she will come and smoke the bees and we’ll remove the nest as intact as we can. The bees will be taken where they need to go so they can do their work. We’ll clean up the remaining bits and bees and call it a day.
Do you have a wasp or hornet problem?
If so, we will douse the nest with a chemical that kills these stinging pests almost on contact. After the wasps are all dead, we will remove the nest and dispose of it.
You Should Call Us Now.
Our schedule fills up fast and we want to make sure you get your bee hive situation taken care of now.
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All coupons are valid with announcement that you have seen them. “Free” coupons for inspections never include WPI inspections for termites. Coupons are NOT valid after “normal business hours” meaning after 6 PM or before 9 AM. We do offer emergency services 24/7, though, so if you need a pest removed at 2 AM (and we have the manpower to spare that particular night) we can accommodate you.
Just an example…
There are 4 images below. The first two are of a beehive removal at a home near Baltimore. The client called us after they noticed a few bees dead near their home. Upon further inspection, they saw a massive swarm in the gable of the house and knew it was best to call the professionals.
To get to this particular beehive, we had to use a cherry picker. That’s a truck with an extending arm with a basket on the end that holds a person to do a job up high. Anyway, we smoked the bees and pulled out the hive. There was unfortunately some damage done to the rafters, but a lot less than if the homeowner had waited any longer.
Even though this hive is on the ground, we were able to save it. The queen was in this section, shown, and was removed to a new home in rural Maryland.
The last two pictures are a before-and-after shot of a wasp nest removal we did in Glen Burnie, actually. Still, we’ve removed a lot of wasp nests in Baltimore, too.
We can’t answer all your questions on our website, but here are a few common questions. For anything else. just give us a call!
Do you remove carpenter bees nests, also?
Yes we do. And there is a good reason to get these pests removes ASAP. Unlike termites, carpenter bees typically do not damage the structure to the point of collapse. However, these bees have a natural predator: woodpeckers.
These birds will be attracted to your house to eat the bees and especially their larvae. The woodpecker damage can get extensive, causing you to need to replace much of the wood soffits, fascia and siding you might have. So we need to get there fast, exterminate the bees, seal up the holes when possible to keep those birds from pecking your home to bits.
Who will I talk to when I call Nest Pest Control?
You’ll speak with James, the owner of the company, 9 times out of ten. Otherwise you might need to leave a message, or you will talk with our dispatch office who will take care of you.
How long have you been in business?
James started pest control around 2002. However, he started Nest Services, the parent of Nest Pest Control in 2007. Regardless of how you add the years, we’ve been in the pest control business for decades and have lots of experience in this industry and we pass that know-how on to our technicians. You’ll be well taken care of.
How much does it cost to remove a beehive or wasp nest?
Probably at least a couple of hundred dollars, but it could be more. Or less. It depends.
Where is it located? Is it accessible? How high (different insurance costs for that)? Will there need to be extensive repair work? How large is the nest? When can we do it, or you have it done? Do we need to call the beekeeper or not? And a few other questions.
We will let you know what our fee will be before we remove it and we guarantee our work. On top of that, we usually have the best pricing anyway.