As stated earlier, I am not in a situation where I see a reason to charge, so I don't.
That said, I don't think there is anything necessarily wrong with charging for the service either. If the market will bear it and you need/want the income, give it a shot.
IF, I were to charge for a service like that though, say, if I had a full time bee related business as my main source of income, I could see charging an hourly rate at about the same of an exterminator, as it is a relatively similar business ( except, I am not killing the bees, just placing them in a 'bee protection program, heh heh).
Yet again, I clarify, that is only to remove the bees and related work. If they want me to do the handyman work related to opening up the siding, drywall, etc.. and repairing it too, that would cost more.