swarm of bees

As the weather heats up, you will probably notice more honeybees buzzing around your home. And while that’s great news in some ways, too many bees in and around your home can pose some risks to your family and your property. When you have a bee swarm or hive at your San Diego home, you might be looking for an effective way to rid your home of bees while still keeping the bees safe. If so, you’ve come to the right place! 

D-Tek Live Bee Removal specializes in humane bee removal from homes, businesses, properties and other structures. For over 15 years, we have been the leaders in San Diego bee removal using only the most humane techniques, never harsh chemicals that kill our precious honeybees. We are not exterminators. Instead, we safely collect the bees and then rehome them to a local apiary where they can continue to thrive. 

When customers call us with their bee issues, there are some questions that we are frequently asked about our services. Let’s dive into these questions to give you the information you need to make the right choice for your San Diego bee removal. 

Common Questions from D-Tek Live Bee Removal Customers

What is live bee removal? 

Live bee removal is a process of removing honeybees in a safe and humane manner without the use of harsh chemicals and pesticides. By choosing live bee removal over a regular exterminator, you are ensuring that the bees will be protected and removed alive from your property. After removal, the bees are rehomed in an apiary so they can continue to pollinate our crops. Do your part to protect our bee populations and contribute to the agricultural system by choosing live bee removal! 

Can you repair damage to my home left by the bees?

Our technicians are more than just bee removal professionals. We have the expertise to repair damage left behind by bees so that your home looks as good as new. Honeybees can be quite destructive when they decide to build their home in your property. They can destroy drywall, stucco, roofing and siding. Plus, the honey they produce can seep into your walls and attract other critters to the area. D-Tek Live Bee Removal can repair this damage and take measures to ensure that your property is protected from a future infestation. 

Will the bees come back? 

If your bee removal is handled by an inexperienced company or if you attempt to do it on your own, there is a good chance that bees will return. Why? Bees are attracted to the pheromones left behind in honeycomb. An expert bee removal company will be sure to remove all of the honeycomb, honey and other remnants of the bees so you won’t have to worry about bees coming back to rebuild in your home. 

Are your services free? 

Many people think that bee removal is free. After all, aren’t bees highly desirable for beekeepers? While bees are in need of protection, the bee removal process can be difficult and dangerous. To get the job done right, technicians need advanced knowledge and skills as well as specialized equipment to safely remove the bees alive. To learn more about why live bee removal isn’t free, check out the article Free Bee Removal San Diego. 

What happens to the bees after they are removed? 

At D-Tek Live Bee Removal, we only use safe and humane bee removal practices. We do not use chemicals or pesticides that are harmful to honeybees. After a bee removal service, we transport the bees alive to a local San Diego apiary where the honeybees are cared for by an experienced beekeeper. Here, the bees can continue to thrive, pollinate and contribute to our local ecosystem. 

Do you need bee removal in San Diego or the surrounding areas? 

When you need expert bee removal, there is only one call to make. D-Tek Live Bee Removal has a reputation for providing top-notch services, impeccable customer service and excellent results for their customers. Contact our office today to talk with one of our bee experts and to obtain a free quote for services.

D-Tek Live Bee Removal offers bee removal, bee proofing and bee removal repair services for San Diego county and the surrounding areas.