Environmentally-friendly Residential Bee Removal in Los Angeles.

A Better Home for You and for Bees.

Contrary to popular opinion, bees are gentle creatures.

Bee Rescuing in Los Angeles

They do not want to harm us, and we shouldn’t be harming them. We need them to pollinate our food crops.

So, when you have a swarm or a hive that you do not want, don’t destroy them. Call Eli the bee guy! I will come to you, assess the situation, and provide you with a plan of action to safely rehome them. I use live-capture methods to ensure our winged pollinators are rehomed without fuss and with minimal disruption to your life.

Commons places bees will call home in your house.

Why Choose Us!


Bees are rehomed to hand-selected beekeepers who know how to give the care needed for the hive to live happily ever after.

Complete Hive Removal

Complete service, from extraction to repair of exit/entry holes. Professional, courteous. Owner/operator.

Free Inspections & Quotes

All bee hives and structures are different. Hives are larger than they seem. Quotes include minor roofing and structural repairs.

Wasp Extermination

Safe, non-toxic removal of yellow-jacket wasps and hornets. Protect your family from harm from the real pests.

Call Eli the Bee Guy when unwanted bees come a-knocking on your door. Friendly service guaranteed.

What should I do if I find a honey bee hive in my house?

Eli Rescuing Bees From Under The House
Don’t delay; call or message me today for a no-obligation free quote.

Eli The Bee Guy for Safe and Easy Bee Removal and Rehoming

Don’t delay – call or text message me today for a no-obligation free quote.
(626) 487-6052

Frequently Asked Questions

Every swarm/ nest is different. The removal timeframe will depend on the size of the colony and how long they have been living in your home. It may take several days to collect all the bees and completely remove the hive. Once gone, I guarantee that the same swarm will not come back.

I have spent many years studying bee behavior and understanding their language. Bees do not consider humans as an enemy. Other insects, such as wasps, that think humans mean to take over their colony or eat them will defend themselves to save their queen. In contrast, honey bees can only sting once and die soon after. When they sting us, it is generally because we have accidentally stood on them in bare feet or have scared them into thinking their home is about to be destroyed. 

It can be scary to see a swarm of bees coming towards you, but it can also be beautiful to observe. The best thing to do is to remain calm. Do not wave your arms or hands. Instead, walk away quietly while protecting your face and eyes (in case they are annoyed about something else). Once you are at a safe distance, call a professional like me to move them along for you.  

Call Eli for all your bee needs.

Exterminating bees through spraying only temporarily solves the issue, as the remaining hive is covered in a pheromone, which will attract new inhabitants long after the poison has evaporated. Live capture removal is the best long-term solution to unwanted bees - good for the planet and good for your wallet.