STEVE'S BEES LLC
Commercially Insured and Registered Beekeeper
We're able to serve Everyone
Steve's Bees LLC is commercially insured for up to $2 million and can add any commercial business as an additionally insured upon request.
All Employess carry TWIC Certification and proper PPE for most Chemical Plants in the area!
Steve's Bees LLC helps homeowners new and old to keep their property safe and environmentally friendly!
LIVE STRUCTURAL HONEYBEE REMOVAL
Proper infestation treatment requires building material to be removed exposing entire hive; transfer of bees including queen to relocation box; then honeycomb (brood pollen, nectar, and honey) scrapped out returning void space to pre infestation. No worries, The health of the bees are extremely important and we always ensure the removal is done in a way that is the least stressful on them!
REPAIRS AND BEE PROOFING
Once you have a hive in your structure once, the odds of it happening again are much higher! After the hive is removed, we also offer repairing what was taken down and bee proofing to keep them from returning in the future. This involves building materials being reinstalled, all points of original hive entrances being sealed from interior and exterior using insulation, caulking, polymer matrix and/or copper mesh.
1 YEAR GURANTEE
If bees return within a year of our repair services to the same location, we will come back out and remove them free of charge! We are confident this will not be necessary, but want to ensure our clients piece of mind when they choose Steves Bees LLC.
Louisiana Love From a Beekeeper
Southeast Louisiana has a special place in our business as this is where we began and continue to grow. The climate is optimal for the honeybees and allows for a perfect trade off as the bees thrive, pollinate, and the overall health of the ecosystem improves! This love for the beauty of Louisiana encourages us to have an environmentally sustainable mindset in all that we do. We sell honey in glass Mason jars for this reason, as they are easily repurposed and leave a significantly smaller carbon footprint than other plastic bottles. Every aspect of the hive is used during a removal, as we frame the brood, eggs, and larvae for the bees to continue to use, and the honey we strain and either feed it back to the bees or to others to enjoy! The wax is then melted and used to encourage the bees to draw out new comb or to make organic beeswax candles!