Dennis has a long history with nature. Growing up in the bayous of Louisiana, he spent his youth fishing, hunting, camping, and basically falling in love with all things outdoors.
One fateful night in the midst of the woods, a young Dennis captured a bee and gently cupped it in his hands, ever so careful not to damage it in any way. He sat there, alone. Just the symphony of nature’s tapestry and this lone, tiny bee buzzing around in his small, clasped hands. From that moment, huddled in the dead of night, intensely studying this wondrous tiny creature, Dennis knew somehow his destiny was with the bees.
It was a life-changing moment that didn’t reveal itself for some 20 odd years when his Aunt discovered bees living in her shed. Knowing that Dennis had always been the ‘Nature’ guy in the family, it only made sense to ask if he could help get rid of them. One catch – Dennis’ Aunt told him the story of his grandfather – a well-respected beekeeper – who had explained to her the benefits bees provide to the ecosystem. She knew in her heart that Dennis understood, and they both agreed that the bees were not to be harmed in the bee removal process.
A tall order for an amateur with no previous beekeeping experience for certain. But, being the tenacious, studious, passionate individual that Dennis is, he was determined to figure this out. After a year of trying to prevent them from entering the shed with little to no success, Dennis decided to seek help and advice from the local beekeeper guru. Dennis told his Aunt’s heartfelt story of his Grandfather to the beekeeper, along with the tale from his childhood that had somehow given him an almost spiritual connection to the bees. After hearing this, the beekeeper took Dennis under his wing. They meticulously removed the colony and relocated them to Dennis’ back yard. Over the year long process, Dennis had an awakening. His mission in life was to dedicate himself to the education and preservation of one of natures’ most wondrous and invaluable creatures – the Honey Bee!
And as they say… The rest is history.
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Swarm Traps, also called bait hives, are water tight boxes that are designed to catch swarms of bees during our Bee Removal service.
We use the latest technology, FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera, to locate bees in your walls or attic to minimize damage.
Money spent on Orlando Bee Removal can be wasted if the beekeeper doesn’t perform professional exclusion services.
Number of miles bees can fly to make 1 pound of honey
Colonies Moved by The Bee Guy
Bottles of sweet tasting honey sold by The Bee Guy!
Approximate number of bees in a strong hive
I had a honey bee hive that seemed to appear out of nowhere at my business. My wife didn't want me to call a pest control company as they exterminate the bees and destroy the hive. So I called The Bee Guy out of Orlando and he removed the the bees and the hive. No damage to my property, and the price was competitive. Highly recommend!
I got several quotes before I called The Bee Guy. His pricing was in line with the pest control companies but that is not why I chose him. Dennis explained to me how important the local bees our to our ecosystem and food supply along with a few other interesting facts, which I shared with my classes the next day at school. The decision was easy after getting educated on the subject and I'm glad I had the opportunity to save the bees.
I heard about Dennis, The Bee Guy, from a friend that I told about the bee in my backyard. He explained to me that pest control companies with just come out and exterminate all the bees. Dennis is a professional beekeeper that saves the bees and collects their organic honey. I hired The Bee Guy out of Orlando to do the bee removal. He did a great job and it didn't break the bank.