Welcome to Bee Removal Specialist in Oakland County Michigan. Honey Bees often times find the most unique places. We specialize in removing bees from walls of homes, roofs and chimneys, commercial buildings, signs, and just about anything hollow they can get into. Swarms of honey bees will most likely be hanging on trees and shrubs. If this is what you are experiencing right now and have questions, feel free to give us a call today. We strive to provide same day service when possible. Every bee service should be looked at as an emergency service.
Remember that bee removal can be very dangerous, it only takes one bee sting or wasp sting to kill someone that is highly allergic. Don't be fooled by a hand full of honey bees flying around your roof. Where there are a few there most likely will be thousands. Honey bees arrive with an average of 5,000-8,000 bees on day one. Once they get established, they can make a pound of honey a day. Be sure to hire an expert beekeeper who has construction experience as well as bee knowledge. In order to keep your home safe from future bees, you must remove the beehive completely and repair and seal up the entrance. Ask us about our warranties. Once we finish removing your bees and repairing your house, you should never get a bee problem in the same exact location again.
We are trained in removal of honey bees, wasps, yellow jackets, all types of hornets, bumble bees, cicada killers and any other flying stinging insect that you may find.
We provide bee removal to Rochester Hills, Rochester, Pontiac, Birmingham, Troy, Farmington Hills, Southfield, Waterford, Bloomfield, West Bloomfield, Royal Oak, Novi, Commerce, Independence, Orion, White Lake, Madison Heights, Oak Park and Auburn Hills.
“(Angieslist.com Review) June 13 Description Of Work: Removed bees from a tree branch 4ft off the ground. Member Comments: We went out to mow the lawn and found a fairly substantial bee swarm in a tree on a Saturday. Called Bee Safe and they had someone out the same day (about 6 hours later) and he..”Mary Ann C.