Do I need honeycomb removal after my bee hive is eliminated? | Goldshot

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Do I need honeycomb removal after my bee hive is eliminated? | Goldshot

Do I Need Honeycomb Removal?

Bees Honey Comb RemovalMaybe. Once a bee hive has become established, the bees focus most of their energy on producing honey and honeycomb. They create the perfect environment within the hive by regulating the temperature and humidity largely with the flapping of their wings. Once the bees have been eliminated, the honey will melt. If there is a large amount of honey (if the honeycomb is bigger than a football) or if the honey is located in a sensitive area such as around electrical components, then you should consider honeycomb removal. We never know until we have finished with the bee elimination process and can advise you at that time.

Check out our bee control blog post for more info about bees.

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John H. Goldshot is the founder and General Manager of Goldshot Exterminating, LLC, which he opened on February 23, 1991. He has been in the Pest Control industry in the Phoenix area since 1986 and has held both a Professional Pest Control Applicators License and a Pest Control Operators Qualifying Party License through the State of Arizona Office of Pest Management. John is devoted to his wife Kimberly and their 2 children, John Jr. and Amanda. He enjoys fishing, camping and hiking and spends as much time in the mountains as possible. John can be reached directly at [email protected] or on Google+ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________