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Places Bees Don't Need To Be

The Hive | Bee Removal | Services Offered | Bee Wranglers

The side of a barn in south Grimes County, It doesn't take much space for a bee to enter

As always the case, the first thing that will be noticed is a few bees on the outside of a wall, or even just a few flying in, out and around a hole in the side of your dwelling. This is the first indication that you do have a colony of bees just lurking behind the wall or the eaves of your home.

At Jameson's Farm & Apiary we take great care in locating with pinpoint accuracy the hive and its Queen.


You never know what you will find behind the wall, its always fascinating.

No matter how many times I open up a wall, I am truly fascinated by the spectacular site I see. Every hive has a form, shape and looks all of its own along with a personality or attitude unique to that colony.

This is what you want out of your home “the bees and the comb”; we git rid of both without the damage to your home. Our qualifications of 24-years in construction business not destruction business will give you the confidence that we are people you can trust.


The darker comb is the older part of the hive as the newer part will be lighter. The discoloration comes from many, many, many feet walking over the comb.

There is an aroma that comes from a strong hive that is very hard to explain, some people say the aroma is like peaches some say it has an aroma like lemons. But the smell is absolutely clean and refreshing. It may be weird but I look forward to the clean, refreshing aroma of a freshly opened hive.

Our focus is to capture not kill the bees, we are not exterminators we are bee keepers. With this being our center of attention our first responsibility is to you, to make your home safe as well as worry free.


A two story house in Bellville, Texas, the bees had gotten in behind the brick.

The owner of this house noticed bees inside the family room around the fire place. After careful inspection on the part of the homeowner, they were able to deduct where the bees where coming from.

After contacting us, we climbed to the top and found the entrance to the hive.  The homeowner decided to have the hive removed.

Removal of the hive consists of removing the bees along with removal the comb.


To get to these bees we had to have scaffolding installed.

The chimney was hit by lightning some time during the year, breaking the brick at the top.

For Jameson's Farm & Apiary there is no job to large or small. We have the resources to get the bees out.

The question might be, why not kill the bees? Killing the bees only gets rid of one problem. You still have the honey, comb and dead bees left behind and I do mean behind, behind the wall, brick, siding or paneling. Bees typically build their hives in dark areas.


Bees wax is highly flammable.

As you can see this is what's left comb, honey and bees.

We are careful not to destroy any portion of your home no matter what the difficulty is. We do take great pride in our expert ability get the job done with the utmost satisfactory results.

We took the brick out with the help of our friend's at X-Pert Chimney Services. The combined teamwork between our two companies lets us do and complete this type of work with the least amount of effort.


My son Thomas at the top of an A-Frame house in Hempstead, Texas.

At the top of the A-Frame house there is an overhead light.  This provided the best place for the bees to inter and create there new nesting sight.

In every job we do, there is no telling how large or small the hive will be. 

We located the hive behind the covering of the eave of the house, we went to work removing the eave covering and it's trim to expose the bees and there home.


Your head bee wrangler (Greg Jameson) pointing to a colony of bees just overhead.

After dropping the eave covering, we asses the best way to remove the bees and there comb.

In a perfect situation as this we would take each comb out and put it into a Hive Body (bee box) and try to transfer the bees to a new location. We at Jameson’s Farm & Apiary do have a bee farm, we do have hives and we do put hives in the field for the farmers.

When we can save the bees and get them out of your home, it's a good day.

Not all bee removals require dismantling. We just want to give you the confidance that we are the bee keepers you want to use.

 


An impressive sight, what do you think, 80,000 bees, 100,000 bees, who knows just a bunch of bees. There are 80,000 bees in 3-lbs.

As you can see there was no damage done to the home.

We dismantle the home as it was put together. This gives us the opportunity to put it back together again the way it was. It is very important to you and us that we take great care in the dismantling of your home, we have many years experience in remodeling and building. We are well aware of the Bee Removers who use power tools to cut holes in your roof and siding. We will not destroy to get to the bees. We will do it with great care and professionalism.

When we are finished with a project the only thing left is honey, a few dead bees and fingerprints. We take great pride in the ability to leave no trace to us being there.


How would you like this over your head? Makes Dirt daubers and Wasps you see outside your door a little less scary.

When we open up the area in your home that is infested with bees, we assess which is the best way to remove them.

In this instance we would take a scraper and scrape along the area that is connected to the roof and dislodge the comb, we would continue this until it is all gone. In some cases we have to use our hands for the space is too small for tools. When we finish scraping we would spray and clean the area so no bees can live in there are want to return.

It is important that you have the area sealed so in the future you will not have problems.