About us...

 
 

It all started when...

Our beekeeping team, Rick Ward and Dakota Gross, started performing swarm removals and cut outs when a bee keeping friend of theirs, Walter Jorgensen, passed along some of his swarm removal calls. They started with a small swarm in a pine tree, then moved their way up to structural removal. The first structural removal was done at a Church in Oberlin. Rick uses his background in construction to ensure the least damage is done to any building or structure. They safely remove the bees using a Bee Vaccuum that will not harm the honey bees. They provide professional service with the goal of safe relocation of honey bees.

If your in need of swarm or structural removal call our shop during business hours 440-935-8538 or for after hours removal call (440)915-8285.

 
 
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 Tree removal in Elyria. The tree fell and the hive was relocated to our apiary.

Tree removal in Elyria. The tree fell and the hive was relocated to our apiary.

 Our first cut out in Oberlin. The bees were in an overhang at a Church.

Our first cut out in Oberlin. The bees were in an overhang at a Church.

 Removal performed in Columbia Station. The hive had been in a barn wall nearly 20 yrs.

Removal performed in Columbia Station. The hive had been in a barn wall nearly 20 yrs.

 The view from inside the entrance of the barn in Columbia Station.

The view from inside the entrance of the barn in Columbia Station.

 Dakota Gross checking on our first swarm we removed from a pine tree in Brunswick .

Dakota Gross checking on our first swarm we removed from a pine tree in Brunswick .