Bee Removal Services
Our bee removal services are for bees that are living in your structure, tree or that have an established site.
Capitol Bee CARE LLC is at your service
- Serving all of the Washington DC metro area: DC, MD, VA.
- Offering honey bee, wasp, hornet, & other stinging insect removal.
- Services included: swarm removal, established colony removal, bee rescue and relocation.
Our team of specialists are also beekeepers, so we try to save the bees every chance we get. Bees are relocated to a bee sanctuary site and given ongoing care.
Each of our bee professionals is highly trained and has years of experience in all forms of bee removal. In as little as a few hours, a bee control expert can solve almost any bee problem. We'll remove all traces of the bees, including the nest.
Save the Bees!
Why save bees?
It's no secret that bees play a vital role in our environment. Scientists say that every third mouthful of food on our planet is made thanks to bees that pollinate our crops around the globe. Without bees, our food resources would be severely diminished.
The bees don't have to be killed.
Often, there's little reason to exterminate bees. We do our best to save the bees, especially since they are under threat from environmental changes, pesticide use, and pest and diseases that can contribute to colony collapse disorder. Capitol Bee CARE LLC will use an array of tools including a bee vac or special bee boxes to collect the bees so they can be transferred to a bee apiary.
We have extensive experience removing bees from hard-to-reach areas, including trees, under eaves, under porches, in attics and from inside walls.
Honeybee extraction from the roof of an apartment complex
Honeybee extraction from the eaves of a single family home
If you have bees in a tree it's a good thing. We need our feral bees and if we cannot allow them to stay in our structures, the trees are all they have. Rule of thumb, if the tree is healthy and is in an area not exposed to people, a safe height for those bees is about 20' above the ground or higher. We recommend and like having bees in trees, great for the environment and the neighborhood!
About Honey Bees Did you know...
- Losing its stinger will cause a bee to die
- Bees have been here around 30 million years!
- An average beehive can hold around 50,000 bees