Stamatis Fragiadakis

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This past Saturday, my husband and I were enjoying our morning coffee, when I happened to look out at our oleander tree. I couldn’t believe what I saw. There were what appeared to be two huge bee hives hanging next to each other from one of the branches. Needless to say, we didn’t dare to venture outside, and ran for the yellow pages. The ad for Bee Master caught our eye, and we called immediately. I spoke with Daniel who gave me a quote for the removal, and said he would be out to our home at 2:00 that day, and phone ahead first.

After running several errands, I returned around 1:45 PM, to find Daniel and his crew parked out front.

They were prepared, very professional, and wasted no time getting the job done. To my surprise, there were two swarms of bees protecting the queens, and not actual hives. Being an animal lover and respecting all things in nature, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that the bees would be humanely removed (not killed), and relocated to an orchard.

These workers did their job quickly and without incident. They were prompt in the arrival, and courteous in their manner. When it was time to pay, Daniel gave us a senior citizen discount, something quite welcomed in this sad economy.

I would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone who has a problem with bees.

Their name says it all. They truly are the “Bee Masters”!

Stamatis Fragiadakis