Extracting honey bees from buildings is considerably more difficult than collecting swarm clusters. When the colony is first established, only a few pounds of adult bees are present, but these bees rapidly build combs, collect honey, and begin to rear more bees. A well-established colony may have up to 100 pounds of honey, many pounds of adult and developing bees, and many beeswax combs. The first step is to determine the exact location of the combs and size of the colony.
Although honey bees can be killed in place inside buildings by using pesticides that are labeled for killing bees inside of structures, this removal option often leads to undesirable consequences.(Note: These chemicals are available only to licensed pest control operators).
If the colony is well established, there are further issues associated with killing the colony. Unattended brood can also rot and become very odorous. Unattended honey stores can absorb moisture and ferment, creating gas that causes the capping's holding honey in the cells to burst. Honey then seeps through the drywall, leading to large amounts of clean-up and expensive replacement. If pesticides were used to kill the bees, then the honey, wax and, dead bees are contaminated and must be handled as hazardous waste.
A better procedure than applying insecticides, especially if you have a beekeeper who is willing to help, may be to eliminate the bees without killing them. First the beekeeper will need to locate the nest by tapping the wall and listening for the hum of the colony. Some beekeepers rely on stethoscopes to find the edges of the nest. Others drill extremely small holes in the wall and insert a fine wire to find the periphery of the nest. To take honey bees and their combs from the nesting spot requires opening a fairly large hole in some portion of the building. That is best done by a professional contractor so that the hole can be easily closed after the bees are removed.
Honey bees are eco-friendly pollinators and their natural honey tastes very sweet. But honey bees tend to form colonies and hives on the walls and ceilings of homes and offices can be a serious threat. A honey bee's sting is very painful and leads to a stressful and allergic reaction in many people. The big hives can also damage the ceiling or wall structure due to seepage and stained insulation. Abandoned hives tend to attract other pests like ants, rodents, and flies. Our state of art Honey Bee service in Chembur takes all these significant factors into consideration. Our Honey Bee service in Mumbai is offered by beekeeping experts with the assistance of the best vacuum technology, inspection methods, and safety equipment.