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6264 Yerba Seca Ave, Agoura Hills, CA 91301
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Phone: (310) 207-1090
Services: Bee Removal
There were bees in my house (entering through the Chimney). I panicked and looked through YP for exterminator. The "Beeman" caught my eye.
I called and a young man "Jesus" was there within the hour.
He was efficient and took care of the problem. (also explained that the Bees had just started building, so it wasn't a hive yet).
What impressed me was I saw him going around the house making sure there were no other bee hives location.
I would recommend!!!
I called A Bee Man and David came in less than an hour! I was very scared about the situation but right when David came to remove the bees his calmness and knowledge about the bees really calmed me down and I felt the job was in good hands! I wouldn't hesitate to call A Bee Man again or recommend him to others!!
I had a major yellow jacket infestation at my house. They were coming in through the ceiling at a rapid and scary rate so I called David at A Bee man and he came over within 20 minutes and handled everything and very professionally I might add. I will not hesitate to recommend him to anyone who has a bee problem. I would also say that I wouldn't hesitate to call him back I just hope I don't have to :-). Thanks David!
David and his crew are very efficient and caring beekeepers. They are friendly, and great at solving your bee problem without the use of pesticides.They want the best for you and the bees. He does not want to kill bees and will help to remove them alive and relocate them to help to save our dwindling bee population.
He removed a hive of bees from our attic and relocated them to a hive where they are making the most delicious honey you ever tasted!
I highly recommend this company!!!!
Reasonable pricing and super friendly and informative service. David works to capture, and not harm, the bees, so they can be transplanted to avocado farms for pollination. It took him a day to assess, a day to capture and a day to remove to make sure he caught as many as possible. We had over 20,000 bees and probably only 50 or less were left behind. We even got to keep some of the honey. If you want to see them at work, go to youtube and do a search for "Schollywood Bees" (thats our personal video of him removing the bees)