Phoenix Bee Removal

Family Owned & Operated, Quality Service, Affordably Priced

Phoenix Bee Removal is here to help


We are bee removal specialist and we provide local beekeeper services at an affordable price in and around the Phoenix Metro area. A professional beekeeper is essential to having a bee colony removed or treated properly and it doesn't need to cost a fortune to have it done.

We have been servicing Phoenix, Arizona for more than a 25 years combined and have been around honey bees even longer. We like to keep our pricing simple and most of all affordable. Phoenix Bee Removal LLC. is locally owned and operated and that means quality service on every call. We don't work for commission and we have no reason to up sale anything that is why we can offer our $80 flat rate bee removal service. 


Our $80 flat rate bee control will take care of:

  • Africanized Bee Colony
  • Honey Bee Colony
  • Bee Swarm
  • Established Bee Colony
  • New Arrival or Scout Bees
  • Wasp Nest or Nests
  • Carpenter or Leaf-cutter Bees
  • Plus More.....

More About Our $80 Bee Removal Service


$80 flat rate bee removal DOES NOT include honeycomb removal. However our honeycomb removal and repair prices are lower then most of our competitors bee extermination prices and less than half of their honeycomb cutout prices.

$80 Bee Removal

$80 Flat Rate Bee Removal

The flat rate covers us coming out and getting rid of any single bee colony on your property to prevent further damage and also prevent the bees from growing in numbers and potentially having an unintentional bee attack.

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Africanized Bee Control

Africanized Bee Removal

Africanized Bee Removal has more than tripled in the last decade in the Phoenix Metro Area.

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Honeycomb Removal

Honeycomb Removal

We offer all stages of honeycomb extraction from demo of the infested area to all the honeycomb clean out and pheromone masking and the repair and sealing.

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Swarm Info

Swarm Information

A bee swarm in a tree or bush will normally leave within 72 hours, sometimes in as little as a couple of hours.

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