We specialize in solving your bee problems.
Our Service area covers California's San Joaquin Valley from Stockton to Bakersfield.
Phone: 559-456-1234


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What to do if You Find BEES on Your Property:

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  • 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.

    • Bee Removal Expert with bag of bees

      Bee Removal Expert with bees.

Central Valley bees are critical

Without the bees we would lose the ability to grow many crops. While we don’t need bees to pollinate every single crop, here is just a brief list of some of the foods we would lose if all our bees continue to perish:

  • Grapes
  • Almonds
  • Walnuts
  • Peaches
  • Cantaloupe
  • Watermelon
  • Cucumber
  • Pomegranates
  • Limes
  • Strawberries

Decline of Bees is Food Security Issue

Honey bees are responsible for one of every three bites of food a person eats. Their pollination is an important part of all the locally-grown food.

Beekeepers across the United States lost 44 percent of their honey bee colonies during the year spanning April 2016 to April 2017, according to the latest preliminary results of an annual nationwide survey done by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

“What we’re seeing with this bee problem is just a loud signal that there’s some bad things happening with our agro ecosystems,” said study co-author Keith Delaplane at the University of Georgia. “We just happen to notice it with the honeybee because they are so easy to count.”


We do Bee Removal and Bee Control, in the San Joaquin Valley and surrounding areas including the cities of Fresno, Clovis, Madera, Kingsburg, Selma, Porterville, Sanger, Easton, Tulare, Bakersfield, Modesto, Merced, Visalia, Stockton California.

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About Us

We have been in the bee business since 1967, and Licensed General Building Contractors since 1980.

Approximately 30% of our business comes from customers who have hired a beekeeper who is not qualified or licensed to do construction, or a contractor who knows very little about bees. 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.

It is illegal for an unlicensed person to perform contracting work on any project valued at $500 or more in labor and materials. Besides being illegal, unlicensed contractors lack accountability and have a high rate of involvement in construction scams. They also are unfair competition for licensed contractors who operate with bonds, insurance and other responsible business practices.

Bee expert in a crane bucket lift

Flowers to Attract Bees, Butterflies and Hummingbirds

Bees are also important for the pollination of many flowers and your gardens wouldn't be as colorful without the bees. Bees are attracted to blue, lavender, purple, white and yellow flowers.

Some pretty, flower choices for flower beds, window boxes and patio pots include trailing nasturtiums, (the flowers make a nice, spicy addition to salads), French marigold, (Calendula), pansies,(Viola wittrockiana), bachelor buttons, (Centaurea cyanaus), johnny jump-ups, (Viola tricolor), violets, (Viola species), impatiens, (Impatiens wallerana), scented geraniums, (Pelargonium species), mums,(Chrysanthemum coronarium), and open-flowered, minature carnations,(Dianthus). All of these tasty flowers are quite popular with honeybees and other pollinators, such as butterflies and hummingbirds as well.

Crocus, hyacinth, borage, calendula, and wild lilac provide enticing spring blooms.

Bees feast on shasta daisies, cosmos, echinacea, snapdragons foxglove, and hosta in the summer.

For fall, zinnias, sedum, asters, witch hazel and goldenrod are late bloomers that will tempt foragers.

Bee Friendly Flowerbed

Don't Forget the Water

Bees need a place to get fresh, clean water. Fill a shallow container of water with pebbles or twigs for the bees to land on while drinking. Make sure to maintain the container full of fresh water to ensure that they know they can return to the same spot every day.

Bee Bath Water Dish


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