Got a call from a very nice lady that got my name and number from the bee club. her.....They told me you had a bee vacuum and could suck up the bees with it. me.....Yes I do have a bee vacuum. her.....Wonderful, wonderful, we have some bees at a rental house that are going into the wall at a light fixture, is this something you would be interested in doing? We did not want to spray the bees and was hoping someone could put them in a hive and keep them going. me......Yes I am interested and will take a look at it. her.....Wonderful, wonderful, let me ask my husband if I can give you the renters name, address, and phone number............(you can hear them talking in the back ground)......My husband said to let the renter call you with her information. me.......That will be fine but let me ask you a little more about the house itself, what kind of siding....brick, stone, vinyl...... her.......oh does that make a difference? me.....yes mam it does, and I think you have the wrong idea about the vacuum. You do not just suck out all of the bees, honey, brood and comb into a hive. I have to actually cut into the wall to physically get to the bees and comb. her......ohhh,......let me let you talk to my husband me......Hello, this is George the bee keeper, and was wondering what kind of siding was on the house? him......It is 4 x 8 sheets of masonite, but they are going in at a light fixture. I will call the renter now and she will call you back in just a few minutes. me......Well that will be fine. Now I can remove the siding or cut them out from inside, cutting out the sheet rock. I think you have the wrong idea of how a bee vac works, it only does crowd control, the comb still needs to be cut out. I try my best to be easy and careful so that repairs are not difficult to make. I do charge for this service by the way. him.......Charge! I thought you were wanting the bees??? Well how much do you charge??? me.....Well I start at $300..... him......Thank you and "CLICK" went the phone! Oh well those poor bees are doomed to the spray, I can only hope they are yellow jackets.