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Pricing For Nest Removals Starting at $275
Consultation Fee $175 / Applied Toward Nest Removal

We can often remove bees or wasps without cutting into a structure.  If we need to cut open a structure, the repairs are the homeowner's responsibility. The owner will be notified if this is necessary, and the job will be completed upon their approval.

Environmentally Friendly

We use environmentally friendly methods to physically remove stinging insects, leaving little to no damage to the surrounding areas. Honeybees are relocated to Bee's Knees Apiaries to help our local farmers with pollination and honey production.  Bumblebees are also relocated for pollination purposes.


Wasps, yellow jackets, and hornets are also relocated if possible. These insects help destroy naturally occurring pests that can threaten the whole harvest on a farm. By eradicating crop-damaging pests, the yellow jackets help the farmers to safeguard their plants, thereby ensuring them much profit.

Alternatively, the venom from wasps, yellow jackets, and hornets can be extracted for allergy treatments.

Bee's Knees Apiaries honeybee colonies
Custom Made Bee Vac Technology

Our Bee Vacuum System is custom-made to gently vacuum the insects as they arrive or leave their nest.  Honeybees collected this way can be safely relocated to a waiting honeybee hive. Wasps and hornets are saved and released in a safe area to serve as natural pest removers for farmers' crops.

Once the job is complete, you can view the bees or wasps captured safely inside their relocation container! 

Safe Organic / Pesticide Free
Pesticide Free and Environmentally Friendly Bee Nest Removal

We are a pesticide-free nest removal company.  Please note, however, that some wasp removals may require pesticides. This is on a case-by-case basis and only used upon the client's approval.


We remove swarms and nests across Seattle and the East Side, focusing on King County. If you are outside these coverage areas, please contact us, as we may be able to accommodate your need.

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