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The Property Owner understands that honeybee colony removal may require disassembly of, or damage to, parts of walls, floors, ceilings, roof, interior, exterior, tree, or other parts of the honey-bee-inhabited structure or cavity in order to remove the honeybee sand honeycomb from the cavity.The Property Owner understands that the Beekeeper will not perform repairs nor be held responsible for any repair work required resulting from the honeybee colony removal effort or from accidental damage. The Property Owner understands that all repairs are his or her responsibility. The Property Owner understands that his or her repairman performing the repairs must promptly seal up the cavity and cavity entrance properly to ensure that no other colony of honeybees will find and inhabit the same location in the future. It is the Property Owner’s sole responsibility to communicate this information to the repairman.
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Due to the increase in calls! And efforts not to waste time for all parties involved.
All inspections/assessments will be charged a dispatch fee, due at time of arrival via cash, check or Zelle Made out to Jones Family Bee Removal or by Credit Card (3.5% fee) prior to dispatch. We are unable to give you a cost over the phone for this service and I would be very cautious of anyone who does. Every job has different parameters we need to understand the entrance location of the honeybees, thermal image the colonies occupied area. The design material of the structure, the best approach for removal a