Re: Why charge more when sprayed?
I had a call to remove two from an apt complex. When I arrived I found four and all had been sprayed and were dying.
I immediately walked and as I explained to the manager. Bees are a business to me and it is how I feed my family. I agreed on one price to remove two LIVE colonies of bees. That fee was a labor charge. With four I have to up that labor fee and with them sprayed there will be additional fees as well because I expect each live colony I remove to make me XXX amount of dollars over the next 18 months. Dead colonies do not make me money so the cost to remove a dead colony is more than to remove a live colony.
Georgia Wildlife Services, Inc