Sara Weaver and her husband knew their newest home purchase in Pennsylvania need…


Sara Weaver and her husband knew their newest home purchase in Pennsylvania needed some extra love and attention — but they didn’t know that an estimated 450,000 bees had been living in the walls for almost 35 years. Weaver bought the 1872 farmhouse in Skippack, about 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia, in December and told CNN the seller’s disclosure mentioned there were bees in the wall. But since the couple bought the home in the winter, she said the bees didn’t seem to pose much of a threat at the time of purchase. Now, the couple is paying $12,000 to remove the estimated 450,000 bees and reconstruct the home after the removal. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.⁠

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  1. $12K for removal, nah Fam they are gonna pay me for the bees they are about to make mega profits from or we gonna get out the Raid

  2. Thank you for not killing them! It would have been easier and cheaper. But they are so important to our ecosystem

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