HONEYBEES can bee found anywhere there is enough space for them to build their honeycombs and store their honey such as SIGNS, FENCES, FURNITURE, FLOWER POTS, GARBAGE CANS, RVS AND CAMPERS, WIRE SPOOLS, BOATS, AROUND ELECTRIC LIGHT FIXTURES, DOG HOUSES, UNDER PORCHES, AROUND WATER SPIGOTS.
TREES Usually found in trees either on the branch or in a hole. Honeybees can move into vacant bird and owl boxes.
HOMES Honeybees will move into any structure that they feel can facilitate their honey harvesting. In wood frame homes, bees like to get between the studs and if let go a long time can store enough honey to fill the space from the ceiling to the floor. The honey can be removed from either side of a wall preferably the softer side.
STUCCO exteriors are more difficult to cut than wood.
BLOCK homes are also susceptible to bee invasions when there is a hole on the outside that they can get in. Blocks stacked on top of one another creates vertical columns that they can store their honey for the winter.
SOFFITS also have voids where honey bees like to get inside and build their honeycombs. *HONEYBEES CAN GET INSIDE YOUR HOUSE AND YOU CAN TELL WHEN YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WHEN YOU SEE HONEYBEES ON YOUR WINDOW SILL.
SHEDS often have a raised floor where the bees can move in and attach their nest to the underside of the shed floor.
Water meters all have that hole in the lid for easy opening, which creates perfect living space for honeybees. Bees like to live in water meters as well.
MOBILE HOMES have plywood flooring with fiberglass and then a plastic type liner. Honeybees like to move in to certain sections under the floor where there is little or no fiber glass. In some cases their hive cannot be accessed from under the trailer so the floor has to be pulled up to get to the bee hive.
CONSTRUCTION SITES are common place to get migrating swarms, their original homes get bull-dozed and so some often rest on nearby equipment or some other structure.
POWER POLES that are hollow inside like cement ones provide a lot of room for honeybees and are often seen flying near the top.
HONEYBEES have been known to sting people and pets when aggravated.
HIVE BEETLES can be found in some bees hives and become more active when the bees are dead or gone, they like to eat the honey and the combs.
LEAKING HONEY can be noticed if the bees are exterminated and left in the wall.
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The cost to remove honeybee or wasp nests can be expensive. Choose a bee removal company in South Florida that try to save them and relocate the swarms. These bee companies will donate the rescued honeybees to a local beekeeper. He or She can salvage the swarm and replace the queen if necessary. If a swarm is Africanized it is believed to be necessary to hire a bee exterminator to eradicate them in order to help prevent the spread of Africanization. The cost to relocate them is usually higher than eradication. Nests that are internal such as a block wall or a hollowed out tree are most always exterminated. Bee extermination is frowned on, but most bee removal companies don't have the time it takes to save the colonies. Check out our job photos to get an idea of what a bee swarm looks like. Click on our "About Honeybees" link to read about common places bees like to nest. Our bee removal costs are reasonable and affordable.