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APA BEE REMOVAL

YOUR ECO-FRIENDLY EXPERTS IN  BEE  AND BEEHIVE REMOVAL SERVICES.

SAME DAY  SERVICE – FAST RESPONSE TIME- BEST PRICES – EMERGENCY READY. 

FULL REPAIR AND WARRANTY ON ALL WORK. 

 

"WARNING"

Upon discovering the issue, it’s crucial not to attempt handling it yourself. Honey Bees, Wasps, and Yellowjackets fiercely defend their hives. For your safety, steer clear of the hive and contact a professional equipped with the necessary tools and expertise to remove it safely. Africanized bees, in particular, attack in large numbers, emphasizing the importance of seeking professional assistance immediately.

WHAT WE DO....

We prioritize nesting bee safety and extract honey without damaging hives. Bees are carefully handled and relocated to local hives for continued honey production, but some hives may not survive transplantation, especially if previously exposed to sprays. We guarantee our work, identify entry points, and minimize property damage. With a high success rate in Los Angeles, our eco-friendly bee removal service preserves colonies. With 20 years of experience, we remove bees from various locations for crop pollination, including trees, roofs, attics, and more. Contact us immediately for bee removal without chemical sprays.

THE BEST PRICES GUARANTEED!

We offer reasonable prices for our live bee removal services that are highly competitive in the industry, with no hidden fees. We have a flat-rate pricing model that offers you transparent pricing, so there are no unpleasant surprises when it comes time to pay the bill.

We have a fast response time and offer emergency call outs in weekends and after hours.

Excellent
Based on 13 reviews
Andrew Hou
Andrew Hou
2024-05-09
Great service at a reasonable price. Alex is super professional and friendly. For our roof top, he had to rent a lift to do the job, The price was reasonable and did a fantastic job putting back the roof. They seem to be really busy, so have a little patient.
William Ng
William Ng
2024-03-27
Went on vacation for 1.5 weeks and discovered that my trash bin became a home to a hive of bees. Immediately, shopped around for any bee removal services and many around the area charged $300+ for live bee removal. That’s when I came across APA called them up the next morning and they came 3 hours later to remove them. After all that Cecilia only charged me $185.
Eduardo Velasquez
Eduardo Velasquez
2024-03-17
Prompt service. Quick response. My bee removal was completed about 3 hrs after I called on a Sunday morning. Will definitely recommend. Thank you.
Germaine Underbrink
Germaine Underbrink
2024-03-15
Great customer service! Fast, efficient and great price too! Highly recommend!
Wing Ho
Wing Ho
2024-02-10
Alex and Ceci were efficient and professional. They even follow up a couple days later to see if the bees were gone. Great service. Great patch work too. Haven't seen my roof leak after the removal and replacement. Would recommend them if you want a complete removal of your bee hive.
Daniel Kuo
Daniel Kuo
2024-02-01
Overall did a good job, failed to mention that they broke two roof tile though.
Ceci Lopez
Ceci Lopez
2023-10-20
Great service and friendly they removed a beehive from the roof and repaired for a really good price.
Isabel Fuentes
Isabel Fuentes
2023-10-19
Very professional and got rid of my bad bee problem (in my wall). They even explained the whole process and how they move the queen and the hive without harming them. Hassle free and super easy! Thank you!
Sean Ramos
Sean Ramos
2023-10-19
bees had come in a huge could and made a huge ball on the bush. Apa only charged me 75.00 which to me was super good price. only took him about 5 mins to removed them.
Reyna Sampieri
Reyna Sampieri
2023-10-06
Great and fast service! We called late in the evening but booked us right away the next day. Took care of our bee issue right away.

Our Guarantee

100% Money Back Guarantee

Your health and safety are always our top priority. That’s why we fully guarantee our  services — to keep your home, and your family, protected against  recurring bee infestations. With our Home Protection Plan, if you experience concerns after your bee swarm or beehive removal we will return to service your home again at no additional cost.

Customer Satisfaction


Trust our certified beekeepers to remove and repair any beehive or swarm on your property with the utmost care and professionalism, Satisfaction Guarantee.

30 Day Warranty

We offer a 30-day warranty after removal or destruction has taken place. This guarantee applies when the bees or wasps begin to create a nest or hive in the same place where the work was previously carried out. If the bees or wasps create a hive elsewhere, the guarantee will not apply.

1 Year Warranty

In addition, we have a 1-year warranty. This applies to our removals or exterminations that involve structural repair.

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BEE REMOVAL SAFETY CONCERNS

For more answers to your questions, click here for our FAQ

The Most Common Questions

Highly unlikely! If bees enter a structure they feel protected and are much less likely to leave than if they are out in the open on a branch on a tree. It is very rare for bees to leave a structure voluntarily once they have entered. If a swarm has invaded your home time is of the essence. Dealing with the problem quickly (before the bees build a hive inside the wall or roof) is much less expensive than waiting and having to open the roof in order to remove the hive.
We do not recommend you try to deal with this yourself. Handling bees can be tricky. In addition to he proper suits and equipment, knowledge and expertise are required in order to ensure the safety of people and animals in surrounding areas.
We do not recommend that. Spraying with water can agitate the bees and they may end up attacking you or others in the surrounding areas instead of leaving. We always try to remove the bees live, and relocate the swarm to a beekeeper or farm.

 

We get this question often. If bees are entering your home through the fireplace you can block the fireplace with plastic bags and blue painters tape. This measure will only buy you time until a technician can get to you. It only stops the bees from getting inside the home. In order to solve the problem long term the bees need to be removed or eliminated.

If a beehive is left behind, the smell of it will attract bees back to the area for years to come. If a typical size beehive is abandoned and is located in an attic or wall, once the bees have departed, the honey will completely melt out of the comb and will destroy drywall, stucco, siding, paint, etc. The abandoned beehive will then attract other pests such as ants and rodents.

We always try to remove bee swarms live. The following list are attributes of a bee problem that allow us to remove the bees in a humane way.

1. The bees are not aggressive and in swarm or early hive formation.

2. The bees are easily accessible and are clustered out in the open and not inside a structure.

3. We are able to place them with a beekeeper in our Network.

We perform exceptional bee removal repairs. With over 20 years of construction experience, by the time we are done with any structural repairs from your bee removal, you wouldn’t even know you had a beehive.

The cost of bee removal varies depending upon a number of factors. There are three main factors that can effect the cost of a job.

1. The first is the length of time the problem has been going on. If you have a swarm it is less expensive to resolve than if you have a hive. A swarm is a collection of bees that has just landed and is looking to build a hive. A fully established hive can be built in only a couple weeks, so fixing the problem quickly (before the swarm has built a hive) is much less expensive than if a hive has already been established.

 

2. The second factor that influences the price of a job is where the bees or hive is located. Is it in a tree at eye level that is easy to get to? Or is it 25 feet up in a palm tree? Does it require a ladder? Is it on a hillside or up a steep slope? Do you need to crawl under a structure to get to it? Do you need a boom lift or heavy equipment to reach it? All of these factors dictate the difficulty and price of the job.

3. The third main factor is what materials and tools will be needed to remove the hive? Is the hive in a 3nd story wood shingle roof or a single story Spanish tile roof? Are the bees inside an irrigation box in the ground where the lid can be lifted easily? Or are they inside a concrete wall that needs to be demolished in order to get to the hive? Are the bees in a stucco wall, a wood wall, or a type of wall that has special masonry? All of these examples can effect the cost of the hive removal.

As soon as you spray bees with chemical pesticides it kills the honeybees but the honey and honey comb are left behind for rodents and pests to feed on and contaminate the area with their droppings. Another reason is that more bees can often occupy the beehive and you have another live beehive on your hands. That’s why it’s critical that the entire beehive and honeycomb are removed from your property.

In the case of a Swarm, usually YES. A swarm of bees may stop to rest on just about anything during the migratory process and leave between 1 and 72 hours later. The swarming season occurs mostly during Spring and Fall, but it can occur at other times of the year as well. Established Colonies will NOT leave once they have set up housekeeping except in extenuating circumstances. Bees may choose various hollow cavities to set up colonies such as your roof, eaves, wall voids, water meter boxes, even a BBQ grill or a birdhouse. It only takes bees about 72 hours to start producing honey and combs once they move in. 

Bees need water just like we do. They will gather at swimming pools, ponds, and water coolers in order to find it. Water-collecting bees are docile just as when they are foraging for pollen and nectar. Bees will also communicate to their colony where the best sources of water are so when they find a good spot they are likely to return repeatedly. The only way to rid your property of foraging bees is to take away the water or food source they are coming to. They will become discouraged and go elsewhere. This can be fairly easy with fountains and birdbaths, but not so easily done with an entire pool.

 Highly unlikely! If bees enter a structure they feel protected and are much less likely to leave than if they are out in the open on a branch on a tree. It is very rare for bees to leave a structure voluntarily once they have entered. If a swarm has invaded your home time is of the essence. Dealing with the problem quickly (before the bees build a hive inside the wall or roof) is much less expensive than waiting and having to open the roof in order to remove the hive.

Bees are only dangerous when they are defending their colony: nest, honey and brood. They are not dangerous when foraging for pollen, collecting water, nor typically when swarming. This means that it is important to check the area around your home for wild colonies of bees, as they can be easily disturbed and will defend themselves. If you or your pets have been stung by bees and believe you are having an allergic reaction consult a health care professional immediately. 

 

 

It depends! If they just landed there is a chance they may leave. Although its impossible to predict what bees will do, the general rule of thumb is the longer they stay there, the less likely they will leave. Its common for a swarm to leave after an hour of landing on a tree but less likely when they have been there for more than a day. Once they have built a hive they are usually there to stay.    

Unfortunately it can. Bees are very resourceful and can find the trickiest places to build their hives. If they are in your wall space or the crawl space in your house, we will need to gain access by cutting into the structure to effectively remove all remnants of the hive.

 

 

  

 

You can’t! It requires DNA testing and elaborate measurement tests in order to distinguish the two. The Africanized bee has hybridized with the more friendly European bees that beekeepers brought here first. These hybrids exhibit characteristics of both, and the behavior of a hive can drastically change without warning. Their behavior is NOT an accurate tool to determine whether they are Africanized!  You should always just give all bees you encounter the respect you’d give any wild creature.  

 

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