Yes, we are open and servicing our clients. Busch Brothers Beekeeping / WNY Bee Removal is following all CDC guidelines to ensure the safety of our clients and ourselves. We are available to assist you with your stinging insect problems!
Busch Brothers Beekeeping / WNY Bee Removal specialize in the prevention, control, and removal of stinging insects such as bees, carpenter bees, driller bees, hornets, wasps, and yellow jackets, among all the others.
We have provided extensive preventative applications and 24 Hour Emergency bee removal service in Western New York since 2005. We also safely remove LIVE HONEY BEES and relocate them far from your home.
Busch Brothers Beekeeping / WNY Bee Removal is locally owned and operated in Western New York. We are licensed and trained with the proper knowledge and tools to remove the stinging insects from your property. We are committed to providing our customers with the best insect and bee removal services available.
Bees like to "bee" where bees have been! Do it right, or do it again!
For the Rochester & Finger Lakes areas, contact Paul Busch at 585-313-8244.
For the Western New York & Southern County areas, contact Jim Busch at 716-578-1812.
“They are The Beeologists and we were amazed and happy the ladies [bees] are gone."
- Florica, Lackawanna, New York
“Paul and Jim are knowledgeable and very reliable. The work is professional and their honey is exquisite.”
- Judy, Pittsford, New York
“The bees were there for 13 years! I am glad they are gone. Now we can repair the roof!”
- Scott, Niagara Falls, New York
“Jim came to my rescue within hours of calling. I had hornets nesting in my home foundation. He treated and followed up a few days later. Five out of five stars overall expertise and service.”
- Frances K, New York
Rochester & Finger Lakes areas, contact Paul Busch at 585-313-8244.
Western New York & Southern County areas, contact Jim Busch at 716-578-1812.
Busch Brothers Beekeeping
In The News:
The Buffalo News, Sept. 22, 2020
Paul Busch removes a large colony of honeybees from the third story of a building on Central Avenue in Lancaster, New York. [READ MORE...]