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Bee swarm removal

Bee Control & Removal

Bees are flying insects that are known for their role in pollination and for producing honey and beeswax. Bees belong to the order Hymenoptera, which also includes wasps and ants. There are over 20,000 known species of bees, and they are found in almost every part of the world.

In the United Kingdom, there are over 250 species of bees, including bumblebees and honey bees. Bumblebees are large, fuzzy bees that are important pollinators of many crops and wildflowers. They are social insects that live in colonies, with a queen bee and worker bees that gather nectar and pollen.

Honey bees are also social insects that live in colonies. They are smaller than bumblebees and are known for their ability to produce honey and beeswax. Honey bees are important pollinators of many crops, including fruit trees and vegetables. They also play a crucial role in the pollination of wildflowers and other plants.


Both bumblebees and honey bees are facing threats such as habitat loss, pesticide use, and climate change. We are a licensed company that can deal with Bee and the Removal of Bees.

Bee Removal.

  1. Bees are incredibly important pollinators, responsible for pollinating around 80% of flowering plants worldwide.

  2. Bees can fly up to 15 miles per hour and beat their wings 200 times per second.

  3. Honey bees have a special "dance" to communicate with other bees in the colony about the location of nectar and pollen sources.

  4. There is only one queen bee in a honey bee colony, and she can lay up to 2,000 eggs per day.

  5. Bees are able to see ultraviolet light, which helps them navigate to flowers and detect nectar and pollen.

  6. Bees are not naturally aggressive and will only sting if they feel threatened or if their hive is in danger.

  7. Bees have five eyes - two large compound eyes and three smaller eyes on top of their heads.

  8. Bumblebees are able to "buzz pollinate" flowers by vibrating their wings, which helps release pollen.

  9. Bees can communicate with each other using pheromones, chemical signals that can convey information about food sources, threats, and more.

  10. The largest bee in the world is the Megachile pluto, or Wallace's giant bee, which can grow up to 1.5 inches long.

Bee Control & Removal.

ServLabs Pest Control offers expert bee control and removal services. Our experienced team of technicians can safely remove bee swarms and colonies from homes and businesses.


We use the latest techniques and equipment to ensure that the bees are removed quickly, safely and humanely. We also provide advice to help you prevent future bee infestations. Contact us today to discuss your bee removal needs.

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Bee Life cycle.

Bee Life cycle.

The life cycle of a bee varies depending on the species, but generally includes the following stages:

  1. Egg Stage: The bee life cycle begins when a female bee lays an egg. The eggs are usually small, white, and oval-shaped.

  2. Larval Stage: After a few days, the egg hatches into a larva, which looks like a tiny, white worm. The larva is fed a mixture of pollen and honey by worker bees.

  3. Pupal Stage: The larva spins a cocoon around itself and enters the pupal stage. During this time, the larva undergoes metamorphosis and transforms into an adult bee.

  4. Adult Stage: The fully formed adult bee emerges from the cocoon. Depending on the species, the adult bee may be a worker bee, a drone bee, or a queen bee.

Worker bees are female and are responsible for tasks such as foraging for food, building the hive, and caring for the young. Drone bees are male and their primary purpose is to mate with the queen bee. The queen bee is responsible for laying eggs and leading the hive.

The length of the bee life cycle varies depending on the species and environmental conditions. For example, the life cycle of a honey bee may take around 21 days from egg to adult, while the life cycle of a bumblebee may take several weeks.

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Bee Nest Treatments & Removal.

There are several methods to treat a Hornet nest, and the most appropriate treatment will depend on the size and location of the nest.

Here are some of the most common Hornet nest treatments:


  1. Physical removal and relocation.

  2. Insecticide sprays: Insecticide sprays that are specifically designed to kill Hornet can be an effective treatment method. These sprays should be applied directly into the entrance of the nest during the night when Hornet are less active. It is important to wear protective clothing and follow the instructions on the label carefully.

  3. Dust insecticides: Dust insecticides can also be used to treat a Hornet nest. The dust should be applied into the Hornet entrance or around the nest, and can be an effective treatment for hard-to-reach nests.

  4. For very hard to reach nests in cavity walls and roof spaces we will undertake fogging treatments.

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