Owner of THE BEEHIVE LLC, Bee and Wasp Removal
"Kevin is a bee wizard!! Fast and courteous — would highly recommend."
– Troy Schmidt
At THE BEEHIVE we specialize not only in difficult/critical, problem bee infestations, but also basic bee or wasp removal. We've been working with bees for well over 30+ years. We know bees.
Being a 2nd-generation beekeeper, working up close with bees comes like second nature to us. If you need advice on any beehive removal or honeybee removal, wasp removal, live bee swarm relocation, bee extermination, or bee control, give us a call. We're here to help.
I also practice apitherapy (i.e., bee sting treatments). I've been around bees my entire life and have grown to really appreciate honeybees. In fact, I like to keep them alive when possible. I have extensive experience with beekeeping and bee removal. I even offer construction repair services — making any necessary repairs to stucco walls, roofs, or anywhere else where damage may have occurred in removing the honeycomb.
If you have bees at your home or property, you can be confident that you’re in good hands with The Beehive.
Call Us Today: 602-600-5382
"I would recommend him and The Beehive for any job requiring bees and the handling of bees."
- We practice safe bee elimination and bee control techniques.
- The Beehive is fully licensed and insured, carrying work mans comp insurance for our employees and liability.
- We protect your family, pets and property.
- Locally owned and operated.
- Ask us about our raw, local honey available for sale!
– Eric Poole
Facts about Bees
Did you know most bee swarms in the Valley are domestic honeybees, contrary to what the news and other bee removal company say? This knowledge comes from firsthand experience. Even though most are the domestic European bees, they can still be a public safety concern. Bees are unpredictable; they're gentle one day and then very aggressive the next.
Bee's play an important role to our environment. If we can keep them alive we'll relocate them to a beekeeper.
Bees generally are not aggressive unless they're threatened, but this is not always the case. Bees are very unpredictable, acting like tame bees one day and then acting like killer bees the next. The best way to avoid being stung is to stay away from the hive. If you're being attacked by bees, get inside as fast as possible. Don’t try jumping in the pool, as they'll wait for you. Little children and senior citizens are at higher risk of getting multiple stings because little children don't know to run away and senior citizens usually can’t run fast enough to get away. There’s many myths about how not to get stung, such as staying still, not being afraid, or if you don’t bother them they won’t bother you.