The Bee Removal Process

Firstly, we will open up, whatever structure they entered into as a nesting site (e.g.: if in a wall, we will remove around 4 bricks from the wall to get access to the hive).


Next, we will physically remove as many of the bees, along with the queen and the contents of the hive as carefully and humanely possible. Depending on the size of the colony, they will normally go into a catchment box, complete with any brood found.


Finally, they are off to our apiary where they will join other colonies.


At Save All Bees, we specialize in the removal of all stinging insects, whether ordinary wasps or honey bees.

All our technicians are trained to identify the type of insects and are equipped with the know-how, skills, and equipment to resolve your problem. Different stinging insects build different nests and in various locations around your property. Our trained technicians are all capable of identifying where the nest reside and will have the ability to extract the nest.

We pride ourselves in our ability to safely and humanely extract honey bees and their hive from your property. They are then re-hived and taken to rural property or farmland where they can live and thrive and continue to be a productive part of our ecosystem, by pollinating flowers and our food sources such as fruits and vegetables.

Here at Save All Bees, we know that stinging insects can be an unwanted problem with an unexpected cost. Therefore, we have minimized our cost and expenses to provide you with the best guaranteed price around. We hope you’ll take a moment to talk to us.

We offer a specialised, safe, professional, and cost effective bee removal service. We do not use dangerous chemicals. For the safety and security of both our employees and clients, we do all our removals during the day.

We remove bees from all kinds of structures, such as:

Concrete Walls
Chimney's etc.