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Bee Nest Removal

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Bee treatment from

£99+ VAT Subject to site survey.

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Local Bee Nest Removal

If you have a bee problem and need professional assistance, please call Forest Group. We are here to help if the bees are posing a health risk or have nested in an awkward or inaccessible area in or around your home.

Our team of experts at Forest Group can help with any bee issues you may have. We utilise the latest, up-to-date methods to deal with bee nests quickly and effectively, so you can rest easy knowing the problem has gone away.


The treatment for bees typically involves the use of an insecticidal spray. An insecticide is coated onto the bee’s coats, which then gets into the bee nest itself. This process will eventually terminate the larvae and remaining bees, which will kill the nest.


When we encounter a beehive located high off the ground, such as on a chimney, we may need to use hired equipment to access it. If you believe that this is the case, please let us know so that we can ensure our bee exterminator arrives prepared.


If the treatment for the bee nest has been applied and not killed off the beehive within 48 hours, we offer a job re-visit to re-apply the insecticide. As with most pest tasks, there is never a guarantee that it will definitely work the first time around however, we use the very best treatment to help your bee problem under control.

The Different Types Of Bees

The three most common bee species in the United Kingdom are the honey bee, the bumblebee and the masonry bee. While all three of these bees can be found in your garden or on your property, the honey bee is the most commonly found.

Honey Bee

The black and yellow-orange honey bees are known for their fluffy heads and smooth bodies. They can build nests anywhere, be it a hollow tree or your roof. There are three types of honey bee – worker, queen, and drone.

Bumble Bee

Bumble bees are largest of the three species, they do not produce honey but are important for pollination. They can make nests anywhere, similar to the Honey bee. They’re fluffy all over and have black and yellow stripes across their bodies.

Masonry Bee

Masonry bees are the smallest of the bee species, are black and orange and can often be mistaken for wasps. Masonry bees can be a particular nuisance as they can drill into the brickwork to create cavities to build nests, this activity can potentially cause structural damage.

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