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I have a guy that wants some bee's removed in an older(1920-1940) brick w/ stucco house. Its located in the upper corner window on the first floor of a 2nd story house. It has a history of havingthem from the previous tennant w/ the statement to the new owner of honey dripping from the ceiling. Soo this could be a big job.
Has anyone done cutouts in an old brick home like this(Iddee)? What procedure did you use?
How did you charge etc
 

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They are likely in the joists between the ceiling and the second story floor. I would go into the ceiling of the first floor. Sheetrock is easier to replace than brick. They may have comb for 6 to 8 feet from the outside wall, so you will have to go that way to get them all anyway.
 

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Don't worry. There will be many that do accept. Especially when the other beeks in the area get wind of what you charge and start doing the same.
 

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I never got a call back on it.
Iddee, I priced it like your suggestion but not getting any hits. Fine w/ me for now but I had some nice bee ware planned to get w/ my profits of cutouts. Maybe next year.
 
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