SWARM AND CUTOUT REMOVAL DATABASE
Thanks for being interested in being a part of our swarm and cutout removal list. We have created this database to help the public get in contact with beekeepers who are qualified to remove their bees.
This is a national list that we are building so beekeepers all over the country can get matched with people who need them.
This is a free service for both the beekeepers and the public.
HOW YOU ARE CONTACTED TO REMOVE BEES
1. Members of the public who need bees removed are referred to our page about getting bees removed. After looking through the options and learning the difference between bees, wasps, swarms, cutouts, carpenter bees, etc...
2. They will enter their email and zip code. They will receive an email with a map of beekeepers in their area that are qualified to remove the swarms or the bees from a structure.
3. Using the list in their email, they will reach out to beekeepers in their area via email, text or by calling.
AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT CUSTOMERS SEE BEFORE CONTACTING BEEKEEPERS
Step 1: Select Which Type Of Bee Removal You Need
WHICH DO YOU NEED HELP WITH?
Honeybees will build their nests in cavities, a tree in the woods is the best spot, but sometimes they decide to build in buildings.
These removals are more complicated and best accomplished by an experienced beekeeper.
Usually cost money
Difficult locations cost more
Don't hire pest control company
Must remove bees and comb
Bees can set up a home in your yard, but more often than not, these are temporary and a colony of bees will be there for a few hours or days.
The good news is that beekeepers will often come out to gather them for free. It's best to have them removed before they move into your neighbor's house.
Can be done by most beekeepers
Hives inside tree cavities take time
No comb to removed
Honeybees are unpredictable and live in places that are hard to believe. This can either be a water meter, a tire or even an aircraft carrier.
Many of these places may not make sense to us, but the bees choose them for a reason that makes sense to them.
Can be free
Could be a swarm or full size colony
Difficult removals can cost money
Out of reach bees may not be removable
1. We don't post beekeeper information on our website because we want to protect your information. We know that spammers and webcrawlers will pull contact information from the web and we want to avoid your information from being abused. Your information is only shared when a person is looking for a beekeeper to help them remove bees.
ADDING YOUR NAME OR BUSINESS TO THE DATABASE
We separate beekeepers who remove swarms from beekeepers who are experienced enough to perform a cutout or trap out. By filling out our form, you are applying to be a part of our list, and qualifications are met, then we will add you to the database. Each year we will reach out to members of the list to update information and qualifications. This keeps the list fresh and updated so that beekeepers who want to be on the list can be found.Once you add your name by clicking the yellow box, you'll get a prompt for your email address. Then we will send you the application so you can start the process of joining our national swarm and cut out remover database.