The BeeMan Bee Removal
The BeeMan Bee Removal
The Best Bee removal in Phoenix, AZ!
Don't Kill The bees, Move'Em!
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Why are we the Best?

We Offer A Friendly Live Bee Removal Alternative
Never Use Dangerous Chemicals In Your Home
We offer instant service progress notifications via SMS or email
We Offer the Convenience of Scheduling by Phone or Online Anytime
Our Warranty Is The Best In The Industry
Our Technicians Receive Ongoing Training
Our Guarantee to You is Professional Results at an Affordable Price!
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Pest Traditional Removal — Flying Bee in Phoenix, AZ
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No Pesticide Bee Removal
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Bee Proofing tips

Maintain a tight seal in your crawl space/attic
Perform regular inspections on your roof or walls to spot cracks and openings
Ensure that your vents and exhaust fans are properly sealed
Apply a sealant near window and door openings/cracks

We need the Bees!

Honey bees are among the most numerous and efficient pollinator species in the world. Considering that the average honey bee can visit more than 2,000 flowers in one day, these bees greatly increase the chances of a plant producing a fruit or vegetable. They are managed and used to pollinate over 100 crops grown in North America, and contribute $15 billion to the US economy every year. Many crops, such as almonds, which contribute $4.8 billion to the US industry each year, rely on honey bees for more than 90% of their pollination.
Pollinators are necessary for about 80% of all crops that are used directly for food worldwide. But the last decade has been hard on them, reducing their numbers year after year. Pollinators help plants survive, and plants:
• Produce ⅓ of our food supply by giving us countless fruits, vegetables, and nuts
• Provide ½ of the world’s oils, fibers, and other raw materials
• Are used to create many medicines
• Keep waterways clean
• Prevent soil erosion
• Produce the oxygen we breathe
• Absorb CO2, counteracting global climate change

Identify the Bees!

Bumble Bee bombinae; bombus species

They can be docile and unconcerned with your presence while foraging on flowers, but will aggressively chase you if you disturb its nest. Bumble bees can sting more than once and their sting can be very painful.
Bee Removal Process — Bumble Bee in Phoenix, AZ
Nest outdoors in yards, flower beds, wood piles, and landscaped rock walls. Often nestling in the ground; they can also build their nests above ground inside homes, sheds, patios and decks.

These insects can sting many times. Often, the affected area will become red, swollen, and painful.

Their colony can cause considerable damage if they build their nests inside your home. They can enter a home and build their nest in cracks and crevices in your walls, fireplace, and floors. structure.
Honey Bee Apis nekkufera Linnaeus
Is known throughout the world for pollinating vegetation and producing honey. The honey stored in honeycombs is used to feed the young during cold seasons when vegetation is reduced.

These insects often build their nests in tree crevices, attics and chimneys. Once established, and with a good food source, a colony of bees can survive many years.
Live Bee Removal — Honey Bee Apis in Phoenix, AZ
Honeybees can cause considerable damage if they take up residence inside your home. They can enter a home and build their nest in cracks and crevices in your walls, fireplace and floors. It can be difficult and expensive to remove the Honeybees and their honeycombs once established inside a structure.
Live Traditional Removal — Africanized Apis in Phoenix, AZ
Africanized “Killer” Bees Apis mellifera scutellata

This bees swarm to establish new nests, moving their entire colony if food is scarce. They are not particular about nesting sites, and have been found in tires, crates, boxes, and empty cars. They are known to build nests in the ground, in cavities of trees, and in structures.

African Honey bees are highly defensive; they aggressively attack intruders and will chase a person a quarter of a mile. Their venom is no more harmful than a Honeybee and they sting only once; however, they attack in greater numbers, often causing more stings to an individual person. Knowing what they look like is vital to you and your family’s health.
If you have any of these Bees at home call us, we can solved your problem!