Specialized professional bee, wasp and yellow jacket removal and control services to
commercial and residential customers throughout Southern California
Services We Offer
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Since 1977, The Bee Man has been providing professional bee, wasp, and yellow jacket removal and control services to commercial and residential customers throughout Southern California. The Bee Man is licensed, insured and bonded. Knowing the urgency of bee-related issues, we are available 24/7 for emergency bee removal services when needed. The Bee Man offers free phone estimates as well as volume, church, military, and senior citizen discounts….
The technicians were very professional and showed up on time… Excellent service!
…We will happily continue to use them as our vendor and I would recommend them to others. Kudos to The Bee Man!
They were very veteran friendly. They listened and taylored their sevices to our needs and schedule.
My experience was fantastic, and the technicians were very helpful….
Bee Removal Safety Concerns
We strongly urge you to NOT disturb any bees that have created a hive. If you notice bees have been scouting around for a few days, there is a chance they may leave on their own. However, if they decide to bring the entire colony, then you’ll need to have us address the problem as soon as possible to minimize property damage.
Bee swarms are very common and can, in some cases, resolve themselves without intervention. Bee swarms are simply a colony of bees who protect the queen until the scout bees find a good place to make a hive. If no ideal hive location is found, the swarm will then take up residence where they are. The process usually takes about 1-3 days. So, if the swarm you notice is 3 days or less, you may want to wait to see if the bees decide to stay put or leave. When in doubt, call us.
The Bee Man specializes in ONLY bees, wasps, and yellow jackets. In doing so, we’ve become a sort of “bee whisperer” and understand HOW bees think. Our technicians know not only how to remove bees in the safest and most humane manner, but also know how to help prevent future infestation.
For more answers to your questions, click here for our FAQ.