Wasp & Bees Nest Removal Services

**As the weather has started to get colder we have now wrapped up our wasp and bees nest removal services for 2020.  If you see wasps, they won't be hanging around much longer. **

Are you sharing your home or business with un-invited guests ?

With over 13 years of experience, Honeybee Centre has a team of beekeepers on call to remove wasp and bees nests from inside or outside of your home or business. 

We work around the clock to ensure your removal is done at the most convenient time for you.


Environmentally friendly techniques

We use environmentally friendly methods to physically remove the bees and wasps, leaving little to no damage to the surrounding areas. 

Our Bee Vacuum System, designed and perfected for our work in the film industry, is used to gently vacuum the insects as they come or go from their nest.  Honeybees collected in this manner can be safely re-located to a waiting honeybee hive.

Where ?

We remove swarms and nests across the lower mainland of British Columbia, from West Vancouver to White Rock and from Abbotsford to the Strait of Georgia. 

Check out current pricing for your area here.

European hornets nest

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Wasp nest in attic

Wasp Nests

Wasp nests are usually made from grey paper and are commonly found hanging from trees, shrubs or soffits, or found inside walls or attic spaces. 

There are many types of wasps found the lower mainland of BC, including yellow jackets, mud wasps, and hornets.

We collect live wasps using our Bee Vac technology.  The wasps are then frozen and shipped to a pharmaceutical company to produce anti-venom serum to treat people with severe allergies to wasp stings. Please note that some removals may require chemical treatments.

Bumblebee nestBumblebee Nests

 Bumblebee nests are typically found in walls of houses, bird houses, or in the ground.




Honeybee swarmHoneybee Nests and Swarms

Honeybees build honeycomb in an enclosed cavity such as in a hollow tree, or in a wall or between joists in a house.  Unlike wasps, they do not build a paper "house". 

Honeybee swarms consist of several thousand bees hanging in a loose cluster, usually from a tree branch or bush.  This is a transitory state in which they are looking for a new home.  Once a suitable location is found, they will fly en masse to their new home.

We gently collect the honeybees with our Bee Vac technology and relocate them to a new bee hive that we provide.  The honeybees are then used to help pollinate local fruit crops.



For Pricing or to Book an Appointment

Call us at: 604 - 996 - 0460  

E-mail us at; nests@honeybeecentre.com

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