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- DetailsPosted: 2 months ago
Most beekeepers will remove swarms for FREE. Mr. Groppel is a beekeeper that can do this, just do a search for him, he lives in Clarksville, TN.
- Posted: 10/4/2015
They are on their way tomorrow. I just called. 125.00 for removal of a punching bag size and shape of bees that just showed up.
- Updated: 8/25/2015Posted: 8/13/2015
The best money I ever Spent! They were absolutely great in getting the hive out from under my shed floor, there were about 30K bees. It was amazing to watch. Absolutely wonderful people, extremely professional, fast quick service.. Florida bees are very dangerous and god forbid they were to attack a small dog or child, it would have been bad. I highly recommend them.
- Updated: 8/25/2015Posted: 7/21/2015
I called these guys this morning assuming they'd tell me they'd be out here next week. They were at my house within a couple hours, took care of the problem, and charged exactly what they told me over the phone. Jim and The Dude were jovial, efficient and I will definitely be calling them again should the need arise.
- Updated: 8/25/2015Posted: 6/29/2015
Had a massive swarm on my front porch and in the collums. Called Monday morning and he was here that afternoon. Price is what he quoted over the phone. I highly recommend!!!
- Updated: 8/25/2015Posted: 6/25/2015
Jeff provided prompt service, reasonable pricing, guaranteed his work for a full year! We couldn't have been more pleased! Highly recommend!
- Updated: 8/25/2015Posted: 6/5/2015
This must be some jive reviews why would the people not put down a price. How much the services were would be part of how much you appreciate.
- Updated: 8/25/2015Posted: 5/30/2015
The site says free estimate with the coupon but the lady stated that it would be a $125.00 just for them to come out. Doesn't sound like a free estimate.
- Updated: 8/25/2015Posted: 5/8/2015
Called on Wed. evening, came when I scheduled for Fri. afternoon. I thought I had honey bees, but when he came and looked, and said no, these are mason bees. They don't produce anything, but breed a lot and are good in orchards or if you have a lot of flowers. Neither of which I have. I felt bad because these types of bees are not re-homed, and since I was selling the house, they had to be exterminated. Would recommend.
- Updated: 8/25/2015Posted: 4/14/2015
From the time I called this morning about the swarm of bees in the oleanders next to my driveway, Clinton was very professional and helpful. I was very concerned that the bees be moved but not be harmed and as a beekeeper, Clinton completely understood. Their day was already booked, so put me down as their last call sometime after 5:30--with an hour plus drive to get here from their base in Riverside. As it turns out, the bees left on their own accord, but I would call them again in a minute. Their service is great!