Our work

The Tree Bee Society offer an award winning, bee removal service across the UK. We operate our bee removal for both residential and commercial properties and work safely and precisely to ensure that not only is the colony being removed kept alive, but also that there is no damage to the properties we are working on.

  • Commercial Properties
  • Private Homes
  • Listed Buildings
  • NHS, MOD & More
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Award winning services

Our bee removal work has seen us collect awards from the Palace of Westminster in London, we have been the winners of Merseyside based newspaper the Echo’s Environmental Business of the Year and have also been awarded an International Corporate Social Responsibility award in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Over 10 Years Experience

Over the years our work has taken us to various different types of buildings, ranging from residential properties to stately homes, hospitals to industrial sites. Each job provides unique challenges, however our professional team are able to quickly adapt to each individual circumstance.

Identify Your Visitor

It's important to correctly indentify what kind of flying insect you have at your property. Depending on whether you have honeybees, bumblebees or wasps, depends on how we go about removing them from your property. Have a look at the images below to correctly identify the type of insect you have.

01. Honey Bee

Honeybees are smaller than both wasps and bumblebees and unlike the other two, honeybees make honey! Honeybees swarm and while their natural habitat is tree cavities, quite often they set up new colonies in our buildings and homes.

02. Bumblebee

Bumblebees are generally bigger than both wasps and honeybees and can be categorised by their loud buzzing, lazy flying motion and size. Bumblebees can often be found nesting in the ground and also above ground.

03. Wasps

Wasps live in a nest that resembles a large paper football in shape and size. Wasps also have a reputation for a powerful sting and short temper. They emerge in the spring, however nests are rarely visible until mid-late summer.

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Please click the link below and fill out our bee removal form if you require our expert removal services.

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