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A and A Bee Removal

We specialize in removing honeybees from places where people do not want them, and keeping bees from reentering areas that were previously occupied by bees. After a beehive has been removed it is necessary to properly treat the odors left by the hive, as well as remove the honey and comb. If the hive odors are not properly masked, bees will return to former hive locations, and establish a new hive. 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 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.

Service Area

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.

About Honey Bees Did you know...

  • Bees have 5 eyes
  • Bees fly about 20 mph
  • Bees are insects, so they have 6 legs
  • Male bees in the hive are called drones
  • Female bees in the hive (except the queen) are called worker bees
  • Losing its stinger will cause a bee to die
  • Bees have been here around 30 million years!
  • An average beehive can hold around 50,000 bees
  • Bees carry pollen on their hind legs called a pollen basket or corbicula


"Apis Mellifera: Honey Bee"

"Apis Mellifera: Honey Bee" a high-speed short from Michael N Sutton / @MNS1974 on Vimeo.



A Live Bee Hive Removal



Saving the Bees, Fresno Ca. Feb. 20, 2016



A Look Inside The Hive



Why We Need Bees