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Family-owned and operated, Bee Catchers is one of the original Los Angeles based bee removal companies, with an in-house biologist and over 50 years of combined experience. We offer inspection and immediate bee removal services throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area (Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura and Riverside Counties) seven days a week. In addition, we provide eco-friendly solutions for other pest problems.
Bees are responsible for pollinating and keeping our agricultural and ecological environments healthy and stable. They pollinate close to 90% of our food supply. Without bees to pollinate crops and other plants, scientists believe humans might be able to survive for only 4-5 years. No bees, no food, no people. That’s it! The facts are alarming, and we rely on bees to pollinate 91 of the 100 crops that provide 90% of most of the world’s food. Imagine no almonds, fewer apples and strawberries, less alfalfa to feed dairy cows, foods that are deformed with no nutritional value, and the list goes on.
So what do you do if bees invade your home, garden or business? Are you afraid of, or even allergic to bee stings? A knee-jerk reaction may be to call your local exterminator to eliminate the “problem.”
Stop!There’s a better way to deal with your bees. In the Los Angeles metropolitan area, our professional Bee Catchers are California State licensed, uniformed, and expertly trained at safe and humane bee removal. We also remove the honeycomb, if one has been built, to prevent further problems like mites, robber bees, vermin, ants, moths, and leaking of the honey through the structure. We perform full honeycomb removals along with repairs to roofs, stucco, drywall, fascia, siding, as well as other types of infrastructure.
Your unwanted bees are relocated to our sanctuary at the BeeQuilibrium Foundation non-profit 501(c)3, given at non-profit to beekeepers, orchards, farms, and apiaries where they will continue to do what they do best, pollinate plants, crops and produce delicious honey. Today, it is more important than ever to protect the bee population, especially since their overwhelming decline.
Bee Catchers continues to gain new clients on a daily basis that range from residential customers, to municipalities, to oil refineries, universities and everyone in between. The amazing thing about bees, are that they do not discriminate on where they can live. While scout bees do go out and search for a permanent place for the colony to reside, that permanent home can be just about anywhere. Colonies live in trees, wall voids, roof structures, signs, water meters, on boats, in churches, under structures, in birdhouses and swarms can land in any open area. This means that the capability of saving bees is huge. We work hard to educate the public on honeybee awareness and explain to people who are not otherwise already for saving the bees, why relocation rather than extermination is key to the health and sustainability of our ecosystem. Bee Catchers and the BeeQuilibrium Foundation is currently a part of several research teams at universities throughout the United States and abroad, working hard to understand bee anatomy better, how their immune systems can be strengthened, glucose metabolism, GMO’s affect on honeybees, cancer cure research, etc.
Saturday morning my husband started to hand mow our backyard. He made one pass and was attacked by bees and stung three times. We've been in this house for about a year and never had a problem with bees before. We've planted, pruned, and enjoyed relaxing in the backyard with no issues. We called Bee Catchers on Saturday morning after finding them on Angie's List and made an appointment for Monday between 9 and 9:30 a.m. Bee Catchers make every effort to take care of us that Saturday but our schedule didn't work out. The family, including our dog stayed out of the yard for the remainder of the weekend. Steve from Bee Catchers arrived about 9:20. He took a look at the swarm and told us they were yellow jackets. He destroyed the hive, sprayed the area, and told us to stay out of the yard for about four hours. The process took about 45 minutes. Steve was extremely professional, knowledgeable, and pleasant. We are so grateful for his expertise.
These guys are professional; knew what to do and how to do it. Prompt. Efficient. I like this company. Bees were building a hive under an eave on the roof. I called them Saturday morning, and even though they were booked solid, office mgr said she would try. She called back and said her husband would be by later in the afternoon -- a SATURDAY (I wonder how many other places are not open on weekends) -- like I can tell that to the bees!
He came, crawled up on the roof, took care of things and that was that! This guy knew what he was doing and how to do it. He told me what to look for in a couple of days to make sure bees were gone. I am impressed.