Category Archives: thermal imaging

Los Altos Hills Structural Bee Removal

I received a call last night about a property going on the market in Los Altos Hills that had some bees coming in and out of a small crack in the structure outside. A quick viewing with thermal camera revealed … Continue reading

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San Carlos Bee Colony Removal

Was called in to remove an established bee colony in the wall of an apartment complex in San Carlos. Apparently a colony had been previously removed from this space but hadn’t been properly re-sealed or filled and another colony had … Continue reading

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Late Season Cutout

This is a 35 year old colony in Menlo Park that the homeowner wanted removed before the house was to be tented for termites. When you think about it it’s incredible that colony has been active for that many years … Continue reading

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Palo Alto Wall Cutout

This may have been the longest bee colony I’ve ever seen – it extended all the way up to the top plate and all the way down to the sole plate between studs in the wall in Palo Alto. That’s … Continue reading

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Menlo Park Bee Removal

Here we have a 2 year old colony in the wall of an outdoor storage area. The thermal imager showed exactly where to cut and within 2 hours the removal was complete and all the bees relocated to their new … Continue reading

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Palo Alto Wall Colony Removal

Today I went over to the house of a really nice family in East Palo Alto to locate and remove the colony of bees that had been entering the space in a wall through an exterior vent. The thermal imager showed … Continue reading

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The Eichler, the Bees, and the Wardrobe

Well it doesn’t get any cooler than this! Inside a wall, inside an Eichler, and behind a wardrobe, was found a brand-new colony of bees. A magical sawzall, a bee vac, and some moxie restored the portal to normal. Outside entrance:    … Continue reading

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