We are a family business of 3rd generation beekeepers with a focus on safe live bee removal. We want you to be able to enjoy living in your home without the threat of a bee hive or wasp nest on your property. Although these insects do a lot of good for the world, we know that many people are allergic, and the venom produced from a sting can sometimes be life-threatening.

Bee Safe Bee Removal is dedicated to keeping San Antonio homeowners comfortable by offering our eco-friendly and efficient bee removal services.

Fast & Safe Bee Removal Process

Our bee removal process is offered on a same-day removal basis. When we remove bees from your property we follow the three steps that have proven our bee removals a success in the past.

  1. After we ask you questions about your problem, we provide you with a free estimate. We don’t believe in surprise charges for our customers.
  2. We respond the same day that we are contacted.
  3. Your bees are removed in an eco-friendly manner. After all, we aren’t just bee removal specialists, but we are also beekeepers that believe in removing your bees without killing them.

Bee Swarm Removal Services

One of our most requested services is bee swarm removal. This is especially popular in the months leading up to spring. Before spring, bees lay eggs to build up their numbers.

Why do bees swarm?

Once spring hits and the nectar starts flowing, the bee’s instincts kick in and they start to swarm.  Which means, half of the bees leave the hive with the queen bee to look for a new home. A swarm of bees usually will end up on a bush or tree in the shape of a ball.

On occasion, a swarm of bees will land on:

  • Cars
  • Mail boxes
  • Roofs
  • Walls
  • Chimneys
  • Ball parks
  • Shopping carts
  • Billboards

The existing bees in the hive will immediately get to work on making a new queen.  They do this by finding recently laid eggs and begin to feed these young eggs royal jelly. Within 16 days a new European honey bee queen will hatch.  15 days for an Africanized killer bee queen to hatch out.

After these eggs and many queens hatch, they will fight to the death with the last queen alive as the new queen. Because of these actions, when spring comes around bee hives are often overpopulated and many bees will leave the hive, swarming to a new home.

New bee hives can often be found in:

  • Roofs
  • Eaves
  • Attics
  • Trees
  • Bushes

The experts at Bee Safe Bee Removal are dedicated to searching high and low for the source of your bee problem, and we know all of the most likely places to look. Put your trust in us for a safe, bee swarm or beehive removal.

Bee Safe Bee Removal Keeps San Antonio Sting Free

At Bee Safe Bee Removal, we understand how frustrating it can be to have these unwanted guests in your home. Get in touch with us today to find out more about our services and schedule an appointment for a free consultation.