Removing bees can be difficult and dangerous, especially when dealing with hybrid or africanized bees. Often times a small amount of bee activity is indication of a hive or swarm in or near the structure. A new swarm of honey bees has on average of 4,000-6,000 bees!
If the bees are in the structure, an essential part of bee removal is to remove the honeycomb, otherwise you create recurring problems. Bees use their wings to keep the honeycomb cool throughout the day. If a bee hive is killed and the hive is not removed the honey will melt into the structure. This can cause noticeable stains and other damage. Perhaps more importantly, the old hive may attract rodents, moths, and other insects. In addition, the smell of the honey attracts new bee colonies that infest both the same location and other areas of the structure. This is why it is essential that the honeycomb is correctly removed. Adkins Bee Removal in Miami has the training and expertise to accomplish this task, leading to your most effective solution.in and around Miami FL. If you have bee removal questions or to speak to the beeman call (435) 659-2600 or request a service quote online. For self help information use the navigation sidebar, and be sure to visit the bee id chart, for bee removal by location of the bees visit how to get rid of bees.
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