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Swarm Catchers 

Our team is trained in obtaining honey bee swarms. To ensure the safety of your home and the bee population, wee remove the swarm completely without using pesticides or chemicals. Wee remove bees from trees, yards, and organic structures. Once removed we will relocate the bees away from your property. Call or Email us today, it's FREE!. 

What is a swarm?

A body of honeybees that migrate from a hive and fly off together, accompanied by a queen, to start a new colony.

Are swarms dangerous? 

Honey bee swarms are not highly dangerous under most circumstances. Swarming honey bees feed prior to swarming, reducing their ability to sting. However, swarming bee will sting when provoked especially when protecting their new queen.

Can I remove them myself?

Bee swarm removal is not something for the unequipped to try themselves. Wee do not suggest spraying bees, this can harm the population and provoke them to attack. 

I think I have bees in my walls, will you remove them?

When bees make your inner walls a home it can become extensive and expensive to remove them. Wee do not specialize in bee removal, only swarm catching, due to the lack of equipment. However, wee can direct you to bee removal services. 

What happens to the bees when you remove them?

After the bees have safely removed from your property wee either integrate them into a hive. Here they will be well taken care of and become apart of the Wee 3 Bee Co. family. If they are too aggressive to  successfully integrate, then wee will place them back into nature with a 10 mile radius from residential areas.

What's the difference in swarm catching and bee removal? 

Swarm catching involves catching bees that have not yet made a hive or capture a hive that is in an open area. Once a hive has made the interior of your walls their home it becomes bee removal. While wee do not do bee removal, wee have several companies we can recommend.

Contact Us

When you call or email please tell us:

-Your name and phone number.

-The city and address where the bees are located.

-Give a brief description of the bee swarm: Are they in a bush or a tree? How high off the ground are they? How long have they been there?

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