We remove bees from wall, ceilings, floors, trees and other structures.
(954) 526-9378 Broward County
(786) 999-8427 Miami Dade County
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(239) 330-2539 Lee County
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(941) 312-2648 Charlotte County
SAME DAY BEE REMOVAL SERVICE AVAILABLE SOUTH FLORIDA
GET IT DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME BY A TRAINED PROFESSIONAL
LIVE BEE REMOVAL AND RELOCATION ALTERNATIVES AVAILABLE
COMPLETE REMOVAL OF THE HONEYBEES AND HONEYCOMBS
BEE REMOVAL FROM WALL VOIDS, TREES AND STRUCTURES
EXCLUSION TECHNIQUES THAT PREVENT BEES FROM RETURNING
WE ALSO REMOVE HORNETS, WASPS, YELLOW JACKETS, ETC...
AFFORDABLE RATES - SENIOR DISCOUNTS FOR SOUTH FLORIDA
WRITTEN GUARANTEE NO RETURN TO SAME PLACE
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NOTICING BEES AROUND YOUR HOME? If you see one swarm of bees, then the chances are there are more than 1 in your neighborhood. If the old hive left behind starves out, then it remains a suitable place for some later time as the food source blooms again the following year. This could explain why some customers have reported bees occupying space on their property every year.
WHY DID THEY PICK MY HOUSE? It has been my personal observation that honeybees only care about a certain location if there is plenty of food nearby. When honeybees swarm, their main goal is to be closer to a food source as certain plants bloom at different times of the year. When you notice you now have bees flying around your home, it might be that they found a good food source in your area. When a food source is too far to travel, the bees all decide together to relocate to a suitable place (as described to the left) closer to that source.
DO I HAVE TO GET THEM REMOVED? Bee Removal becomes necessary if you do not want the bees living in your house or backyard. When you discover you have a colony on your property you need to decide if its safe that they stay or if they need to get removed. If you live in the country with no neighbors, you might get away with letting them stay. If you live in HOA or in some other highly populated neighborhood then you should consider the risks. Honeybees defend the area around their nest (where the queen lays her eggs). Bees can get aggressive at anytime even if they have been nice for a period of time. If the bees on your property propose some risk or danger to public safety then consider bee removal. There are certain city and county codes that prevent you from keeping your bees unless you have them moved to a proper box so an inspector can monitor them from time to time.
WOULD I GET INTO ANY TROUBLE LETTING THE BEES STAY? Contact the Code Enforcement in your county to see if the bees you are seeing are in a spot that would be a danger to the public or not. Florida Property Maintenance Codes may differ from county to county.