LIVE BEE RELOCATION We specialize in the live removal of honey bees from homes and businesses
    SERVICE AREA Northern Georgia, Atlanta Georgia, and surrounding areas

"One of every three bites of food you eat depends on the honey bee. They pollinate at least 130 different crops in the US alone, including fruits, vegetables and tree nuts."-organicconsumer.org 

Southeast Bee Removal understands the vital role that bees play in our food sources and the environment. While there has been a rapid decline of honeybees in recent years, Southeast Bee Removal is dedicated to being a part of the solution through the live rescue of honeybees. We will relocate them to our own bee yard or to local beekeepers. 

We are: 

  • fully insured
  • all work guaranteed
  • repairs included
  • calls returned asap

Southeast Bee Removal is located near Atlanta, Georgia, and services Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina. Joshua Lachmann is an avid beekeeper with 10+ years construction experience. Bee removals combine his construction expertise and love for beekeeping. Joshua cultivates hundreds of thousands of bees and sells raw local honey.

Click here to learn more about our Bee Removal Services.

Fill out our Contact form or Call us today! 404.594.BEES (2337)



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"I just was looking at the pictures of the hive removal you did for us and wanted to post how happy we were with your service. We had a beekeeper out previously who worked all summer and couldn't remove the hive and you were able to take care of it so quickly. Also with the closing up of the site, you cannot even tell the bees were ever there. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!"

- Valerie Haughtington Dohner

"A month or so ago I came across a post on FB that said honey was antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal. That if you had a cold to take 1 teas. of honey, with 1/4 teas. of cinnamon, 2x/day for 3 days. I was sick most of Nov and a good part of Dec, so I tried it. Sure seemed to work for me! So now I'm taking it once a day, EVERY DAY. Yah for local honey from the Lachmanns."

- Monica Kerr