Welcome to Bee Man Bee Removal

Bee Removal Service

Based in Fresno, Ca., we cover the Central Valley from Stockton to Bakersfield.

We safely remove bee and wasp nests in residential areas, construction sites, commercial buildings, cell phone towers, churches, schools, apartments, homes and agriculture crops such as fruit and nut trees among other places. Bees will nest almost anywhere!

Phone: 559-292-4200

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About The Queen Bee

In one day a queen can lay her weight in eggs. She will lay one egg per minute, day and night, for a total of 1,500 eggs over a 24-hour period and 200,000 eggs in a year. Should she stop her frantic egg-laying pace, her workers will move a recently laid egg into a queen cell to produce her replacement. [ More ]

WHAT TO DO IF YOU FIND BEES ON YOUR PROPERTY

CALL US.
STAY AWAY FROM ALL HONEY BEE SWARMS AND COLONIES.
GET AWAY FROM BEES AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
WHILE RUNNING AWAY PROTECT YOUR FACE AND EYES AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.
TAKE SHELTER IN AN ENCLOSED AREA SUCH AS A CAR, TRUCK OR BUILDING.
DO NOT HIDE IN WATER OR THICK BRUSH.
DO NOT STAND STILL AND SWAT AT BEES.
RAPID MOVEMENTS WILL CAUSE THEM TO STING.

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Why Choose Us?

  • In the bee business since 1967.
    Licensed General Building Contractors since 1980.
  • We know how to remove the hive and properly mask the odor.
    If the honey, comb, and hive remnants are not properly removed, it can cause mold, mildew, and attract other insects and rodents. Most of the beehive removals that we do qualify for our lifetime guarantee.
  • We do it right the first time!
    To correct an improperly completed beehive removal, it can cost 2 to 6 times more than hiring us to do it correctly the first time.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. There are bees building a hive near our home. We walk past their hive a lot and them seem very calm and not dangerous at all, so they probably are not the Africanized honey bees, right?

"Bees are important because they pollinate approximately 130 agricultural crops in the US including fruit, fiber, nut, and vegetable crops. Bee pollination adds approximately 14 billion dollars annually to improved crop yield and quality."