Howdy! I am Jennifer Scott- Bee removal in Houston . I relocate honeybees from houses into hives. By giving careful consideration to each job a live beehive results from our efforts, we can even put them into your own hive. Minimal damage to structure is our goal and we work with you to achieve optimum results. We do not repair what we open (we do cover and keep it water proof with plastic sheeting), but give complete instructions on bee proofing the site and have an excellent contractor we can refer to. Our fees are reasonable and we give all honey to the customer except what is needed by the bees to survive. We maintain several apiaries around the Houston area and sell honey also. Prices range from $ 60.00 to 120. for easy jobs. 2 - $300.00 for 1 story house relocations. 2 story houses with hives at the top are from 4-600.00 depending on difficulty.
We maintain 10 apiaries around the Houston and surrounding areas. Raw honeycomb is available during certain seasons at Los Panchitos in Alvin, or at my home at the Alvin locaion. Wabash feed store in Houston & Uncle Lee's kitchen on Grand parkway and Mason Rd . Please call or txt before coming to be sure I am home -Honey from all apiaries coming in weekly after mid July is- $1.00 per oz. . I will do each job myself and advise you how to repair to prevent more bees from returning.
We have our Bee removal permits and also carry insurance for your protection. We also offer classes on beekeeping in warmer months. A 10% senior discount is also offered along with 10% winter discount during December & January. All bees go to our Alvin apiary first and then on to other apiaries I manage. We use only natural bee management methods as taught by Rudolph Steiner. Gundermann acres and Nawara farm are 2 farmers who benefit from our hives- free of charge + we get free veggies! Our other apiaries range from Riverside, up by lake Livingston to Texas city by Galveston bay and around to 3 in the Alvin area. Then on to San bernard river by needville and on to the farms in Richmond, Wharton and then Burton in the hill country. Our in town apiary is at the natural beekeepers club meeting place. Well over 130 colonies and growing daily.