All New BeeVac

Honeybee Removal Using a Beevac

This video shows a live honey bee removal operation from a bedroom wall with a tray ceiling in a two story historic house on Barksdale Air Force Base in Bossier City LA. We remove and relocate numerous honeybee colonies from homes in the Shreveport Bossier City Metropolitan Area in Louisiana. Honey bees are removed alive using a specially designed vacuum system called a beevac. The beevac draws the bees into their new home called a hive body which is loaded with comb and lure. Once removed, the bees are relocated in that hive body to a beekeeper’s Louisiana state certified apiary south of Bossier City Louisiana. Our honeybee removal procedures are guaranteed not to fail! It is physically impossible for another honey bee colony to come back and build new honeycomb in the same area we have removed a colony from. The procedure used by most pest control companies is to drill holes in the wall and spray or dust the honeybees with pesticides in an attempt to kill all the bees in the colony. This is a very difficult task and is rarely successful! If the hive is not removed, the bees will return! I have been hired on several jobs to come in behind pest control companies and remove (cutout) hives and honey where they have been trying to kill the honey bees for over two years! I can typically have the honeybee hive removed and the colony relocated alive in just a few hours with a guarantee that it is impossible for them to return. With all the problems honeybees are having with Colony Collapse Disorder, nosema, American foulbrood, chalkbrood, and parasites such as hive beetles, varroa mites, Small Hive Beetles and wax moths why would you want to kill honey bees anyway? We understand that they can be a problem when they move into your home but the right thing to do is to have them remove alive and intact. As much of the colonies original comb is relocated and used in the new hive body as possible. Honeybees are responsible for pollenating our food, fruits, vegetables, trees, flowers…. I don’t know about you but I don’t want to have to do any pollinating myself so let’s do what we can to help the honeybees, protect pollinators and keep them around to do what they do best! [email protected] 318-553-3006