How to Get Rid of Bees. Bees are believed to be part of the third largest insect category. Bee stings results in swelling and is very painful. As flowers disappear in autumn season, there are increased chances of getting bee stings.
Find the exact spot and spray spectracide or other insect killing poison at night. Keep silent at the time of spraying. Also wear tight protective clothes so that the bees do not bite you.
Remove all containers like buckets that attract the bees.
Try to seek the help of a professional bee remover. Contact your local county extension agent or fire department in case you are not aware of any local bee removal service.
Ask if the bee remover will also remove the hive. Removal of the hive is very important as any residue can again attract the bees.
Negotiate the charges. The charges vary $50 to $200 and depend on the size of the beehive.
Ensure that there are no open windows or holes in the walls of your house from where bees could enter once the beehive is shattered.
Burning wood or paper underneath the beehive to create smoke, especially at night is another way of shooing away bees without killing them.