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Bee Removal Services

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Little Giant Beekeepers provides bee and wasp removal services throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

Live Honeybee Swarm Pick-Up

Bees hibernate in the winter and swarm every spring. Swarms mean a beehive has grown too large. So when a new queen hatches, she takes part of the old hive and leaves to find a new home. Swarming is a frequent occurrence in early spring. Bees love to burrow inside trees, attics, and eaves of homes. Oftentimes, bees will stop to rest on a tree branch before continuing on to find shelter. When Little Giant Beekeepers removes a swarm, we strive to keep every bee alive as we relocate them to a safe area or a local beekeeper.

If you’re a hobby beekeeper, please ask us about available swarms.

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What Should I Do If I See A Swarm?

A swarm is a large group of bees looking for a new home. They appear as a giant clump of bees that fly and rest together. Bee swarms can be seen in open spaces, and often rest in trees or yards. Swarms are usually docile. They are more interested in finding a new home than bothering humans. That being said, they can land in unsafe places and stay there for days.  If you see this phenomenon, that means the queen bee is resting while the scout bees are out looking for a new home. If the swarm doesn’t move on promptly, it is best to call Little Giant Beekeepers to remove the swarm and relocate it safely to an apiary. If you choose to let the swarm stay on your premises, be aware of scout bees flying around your home. They are looking for a permanent place to create their colony. This can often be in a tree, on the roof, or inside the eaves of your house. Once that happens, the bee removal process becomes more difficult. It is easier to remove a swarm than a colony that has already moved in. 

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Full Hive Removal

A full hive removal is usually only necessary if the bee infestation has occurred within 4-6 weeks. However, in the summer months, bees work quickly and we often see honey inside the space after just 1 week. Sometimes, bees will inhabit a structure for long periods of time. In these cases, the bees have built up a substantial amount of wax, honey, and larvae. If the bees are eliminated and the hive is left inside the structure, not only will the wax and honey melt, causing possible damage to the inside of your home, but it draws numerous pests. We always recommend a hive removal or cleanup whenever honey is present.

Live Bee Hive Removal

We also offer Live Bee Hive Removal Services because we feel it is important to save honey bees whenever possible. Through the use of specialized bee vacs, we can safely extract the hive from any structure and transport the bees to a local apiary.

Little Giant Beekeepers & Bee Removal Specialists also offers a turn-key service. If the bees reside inside your home, we will cut open the area, dig out all the bees, wax, honey, and larvae. We wash the area with soap and water. Then, we refill the space with insulation. Finally, we replace any materials taken from your home, leaving it exactly as we found it.

All beehive removals are guaranteed with a two-year warranty. Please call a professional at the first sign of a bee infestation to avoid this problem.

We Can Get Rid Of Stinging Insects

Yellow Jackets

European and Southern yellow jackets are smaller than honey bees but differ because they are hairless, fast, and feed on other insects instead of flowers. Their bite is also more painful and they can sting you repeatedly. They’re more active in the fall and are commonly found in woodpiles, burrowed in the ground, or the little weep holes around your home.


Wasps are large reddish insects with a painful sting. Wasps like to hibernate for the winter in your chimney, attic, and eaves of your home. They are a real nuisance in the spring, summer, and fall months.

Learn more about our Dallas area wasp control services

Carpenter Bees

Most species of Carpenter Bees are entirely black. They prefer to make their nests in old wooden objects that are unpainted or unstained. They will tunnel into roof eaves and overhangs, window sills, railings, fences, bamboo, even lawn furniture. Carpenter bees do not eat the wood. They will use it to build partitions in their nests then discard the rest. One can identify a Carpenter Bee problem by the little piles of sawdust around the entrance to their nest.

In the Dallas/Fort Worth area, we are also occasionally bothered by bumblebees and cicada killer wasps.

What Our Customers Say

Client Testimonials

Thomas Kulik
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This is a wonderful local business that REALLY knows their bees! Jefferson and Manuel came out to our house and removed a honeybee nest for us in our garage eave - they did a FANTASTIC job! Fair pricing and GREAT service...I also learned a lot about honeybees in the process. I would highly recommend using Little Giant Beekeepers &Bee Removal Specialists for your bee removal needs.
Rebecca Jenkins
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Manuel just left—and the bee removal experience was absolutely amazing! We learned so much from Manuel! He answered every question so graciously. He was wonderful!!!
Craig Hansen
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Went out back just as a swarm of bees was surrounding our patio. They gathered on a brick column and entered the space under the balcony.Called Little Giant immediately. Missy was great with her response, and dispatched Manuel. He arrived within a couple of hours of my call, and was wonderful to work with. Really appreciate the quick response, knowledge and professionalism.
Dion Henley
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Jefferson was amazing! He made the bee removal a pleasant experience and he is hysterical. He had me laughing out loud many times. He was so friendly and knowledgeable. I definitely recommend this company!
Kitty Allan
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Great company. Jeff came and was incredibly knowledgeable and so friendly. I felt completely assured that my bee problem would be resolved. And it was. In a very timely fashion. Great warranty and great customer service. This is the company I'll call if I ever need them again, and I'm telling all my neighbors and friends about them!
Julie Berg
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Jefferson was very knowledgeable about where the beehive was in my home. He worked hard to solve the problem and ensure that we would not have a repeat issue.
Joseph Waterfield
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Manuel arrived within an hour of my call to Little Giant. He was courteous, professional, and competent. I was impressed with his service and would recommend him and Little Giant to anyone struggling with a bee infestation.
Robert Schneider
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Mary scheduled the appointment for the same day I called and was very clear on costs and terms of service. Jeff called before arrival as Mary had stated he would. He was very professional in explaining his inspection and analysis of the situation with southern yellow jackets entering through missing grout in a brick wall. Jeff treated the area quickly while dealing with angry yellow jackets.Service was very prompt and efficient.
Lisa Brown
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Manuel and Missy were great. Same day service and Manuel was the best; he removed the exposed bee hive from our tree and cleaned everything up. We highly recommend this company.
T Robinson
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I left a message late in the afternoon at the office, and heard back from Mary almost immediately. Manuel came out the next morning and took care of the yellow jackets in our backyard. What a relief to have such capable folks to call! Both Mary and Manuel provided very detailed information about their process and what to expect. Very satisfied and highly recommend Little Giant Beekeepers!