Thank you for visiting Hawaii Bee Removal. We have been removing and re-homing bees in Hawaii for over 10 years. Our love and passion for honey bees originated when we first learned how important honey bees are to our way of life. Without honey bees, we human beings would be in a lot of trouble. We strongly believe that honey bees should be removed safely from unwanted areas instead of using extermination methods to kill the bees.
If you have a honey bee infestation please contact us today for a free estimate. We would be more than happy remove the bees to a new home where there is no threat to people and the honey bees.
Hawaii Bee Removal Team
Bee Removal Services
When you contact Hawaii Bee Removal at 808-988-7203, we will assess your current situation and answer any questions you may have. We will then set up an appointment for your free estimate.
LIVE BEE REMOVAL
Many of our bee removal clients want us to carefully collect and move the bees from their property without killing the insects. Bees serve a vital role in nature by pollinating plants, so many people want to preserve the insects. Other clients do not want our technicians to use harsh chemicals needed to exterminate bees near their homes or families. In either case, a live bee removal is a great option.
In certain cases when the removal and re-homing of the bees is not possible, we will perform bee extermination techniques as a removal method to get rid of bees. Bees are exterminated with EPA-approved products to get the job done right. Our bee removal specialist locates the hive and applies product to the beehive. We will ensure that all of the bees will be off your property and your family and home will be protected!
Locations We Serve
We provide bee removal services in the following areas:
- Big Island
Contact us today at 808-988-7203 for a free bee removal estimate.
Why Are Honey Bees Important?
Honey bees play an extremely important role in nature and the environment. One-third of our food depends on honey bees for pollination. Wildlife and ecosystems, as well as neighborhood gardens, also depend on honey bees. In addition to pollinating our food crops, they produce healthful honey and beeswax which is used in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and of course, candles. In recent years domestic honey bee populations have been on the decline due to stress from mites, hive beetles, pesticides and a new malady called Colony Collapse Disorder.
Thanks for saving the bees. They are incredibly important to our future on the planet. We feel honored to be allowed to play a part in such a vitally important task of relocating honey bees to local beekeepers and back to nature.