We have members who will remove honeybee swarms from inside your walls (cutouts) or from your yard.
What is a swarm?
A swarm is typically a colony of bees searching for a new home composed of a queen, workers and drones, usually taking place in late spring or early summer.
They are not aggressive and pose no threat unless unduly provoked.
What swarm catchers do
A swarm catcher will bring the necessary equipment to move the bees to a safe place. All beekeepers can catch swarms typically on tree limbs. Some beekeepers have the skills and equipment to remove bees form inside walls and other areas in your home. That activity is called a "cut-out". The ACBA list below includes both.
For swarms in yards
Renae Ausburn - 864-444-4763
Cheryl Bequette - 864-245-1400
Hugh Isbell - 864-843-4375
Tony Olekas - 404-790-4135
For swarms in yards or walls (cutouts)
Kevin McClay - 860-977-9785
Keith Raines - 864-380-7787
Rick Silvers - 864-303-7564