Serving Orange County, CA

GOT BEES?

Whether bees are swarming your eaves, wall or roof...
Or just the very common problem of not knowing what to do next... we're here to help.

Call us today.

Live Customer Service | M-F 8am-5pm Action Bee Removal of Orange County, CA. Toll Free: 844.567.BEES

Real People, Real Results

RIGHT HERE IN ORANGE COUNTY


Hive In Chimney Wall: Coto De Caza

“Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine I’d have bees. Knowing nothing about bees, what’s the first thing I did? I jumped on the internet to investigate all the various companies in my area who remove them..."

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Bees In Flue: Huntington Beach

“Hi, I just wanted to tell you what a great job Action Bee Removal did. I had major problems with bees, they were coming down my fireplace here, and every day I would have to go around the house and pick up..."

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Swarm On Fence: Ladera Ranch

“Hi, my name’s Phil Strick and we called Action Bee Removal. They were here within 30 minutes and they took the little hive away. Got the whole place cleaned up, got the residual bees gone. Explained why they were here...”

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SERVICE OVERVIEW FOR BEE REMOVAL


Live Bee Removal Swarm Captures

We can do live captures if a migrating swarm has suddenly landed on your tree, car, fence, container, compost bin, or lodged itself inside some sort of utility box and relocate them for further pollination. Only caveat is you must "bee" within greater Orange County.

honeycomb removal

Structural Live Removals + Repairs

Whether bees are entering through the eaves, wall, or the shed floor, a beehive can nest in a structure for a long time before you see signs of trouble. We can remove them alive, get all the honeycombs out and do all the repairs—same day. Satisfaction guaranteed.

Whole-House Bee Proofing

Bees will often access the same pathway as air infiltration. Sealing the "envelope" or "shell" of your home or office building—it's vulnerable cracks and crevices—is often the most cost effective way to keep future honeybees at bay.

Whole House Bee Proofing
get rid of bees, wasps, & hornets

Get Rid of Wasp Nests

The term "wasp" is applied to hornets, yellow jackets, mud daubers, and other slender-waisted flying insects. The "paper wasp" is most common in Orange County, without pesticides we can remove their little nests that attach in all the wrong places.

Free Bee Audit Inspection

Our Bee Audit is 100% "on the house". Upon inspection, any pressing questions you have regarding pricing, removal work, are all tailored to the complexity of the job at hand. We believe everyone is entitled to the best price we can offer—upfront—before we kick-start the removal process.

Free Bee Audit Inspection

Above all else, great service is everything

Our company is not only known for fast and friendly customer service, but we work daily to make sure we live up to that reputation.

3 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

A SWARM JUST LANDED IN MY YARD, IS IT GOING TO BE DANGEROUS?
Migrating swarms are not usually a red hazard. They have nothing to protect—there's no honey or brood yet and are quite docile. During migration, swarms whirl around in the air and will descend upon some object to rest, forming a cluster-like pile. Once settled, this formation is held almost to a complete stand-still, while scout-bees are sent out to locate more suitable shelter. If the scout-bees prove successful, you can expect to see the entire swarm gone, generally within 24 to 72 hours. Anything beyond that, the reader should keep a watchful eye—still anticipate their next swarm departure—but also be ready to have them professionally removed in the event the swarm starts building waxcomb right where they are. Either way, if the mere presence of such an incredible amount of bees is unsettling to you, or disruptive, have them removed as soon as possible.
WHY AM I SEEING DEAD HONEYBEES, INSIDE AND OUTSIDE MY HOUSE?
If honeybees are proliferating the interior of your home, you'll notice a collection of them dead on the floor. Any remainders will buzz against the windows. Meanwhile, they get in from the outside into the lighted interior. Challenge yourself to go outside and look for any unusual activity. A full-fledged hive naturally sheds its population daily—so if there's anything worth worrying about, you'll notice bee-bodies littering the ground outside. Now it's just a matter of using that litter as a reference point, and looking up from there. Focus under the eaves, look up and down your entire structure until you've spotted how they're getting in. Worse case, any constant movement of bees going in and out of an opening, coupled with the fact that their dying all over the ground, usually means you're harboring a beehive. Otherwise, it's likely you're experiencing scout-bee activity.
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SCOUTING AND NESTING ACTIVITY?
Anytime foraging bees find a new source of nectar, or water, they "tell" their fellow nestmates about it. When it comes to shelter, they have to "scout" it first to determine if the structure is going to be a good fit for the entire colony. You should know it is not uncommon for scouting activity to result in a false alarm. They show up, and then they leave. If the reader is convinced they're past scouting and are indeed nesting, you'll notice them entering and exiting the same opening—from sun up, to sun down. This arrangement is more permanent. Returning workers might even have large wads of orange or yellow pollen attached to their hind legs which they stow away in honeycomb cells. Scout-bees, on the other hand, won't have any pollen and will wander into different openings of the structure aimlessly, as if confused about where to go.

For a quick look at some serious bee activity, be sure to
head over to our Vlog 

ACTION BEE REMOVAL OF ORANGE COUNTY


CONTACT US

www.actionbees.com
Email: bees@actionbeeremoval.com
3943 Irvine Blvd #230 Irvine, CA 92602
Toll Free: +1 (844) 567-2337
North OC: +1 (714) 625-8602
South OC: +1 (949) 705-6767
Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm

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PROUDLY SERVING GREATER ORANGE COUNTY: Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Anaheim Hills, Brea, Capistrano Beach, Costa Mesa, Coto De Caza, Corona Del Mar, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Habra, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Placentia, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Tustin, Villa Park, Yorba Linda and surrounding areas.

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