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Adkins Bee Removal - Tampa, St Petersburg, Clear Water.
Adkins Bee Removal -- Florida
Bee Removal

Bee Removal Tampa

Fast, friendly, reliable service!

(206) 202-1131

(877) 432-2337



Tampa
(813) 418・6437

Lakeland
(863) 269・0978
St. Petersburg &
Clearwater
(727) 400・3437

Tampa Bee Removal

Removing bees can be difficult and dangerous, especially when dealing with aggressive bees or wasps. A little activity near a structure, is often indication of a bee nest. Removing the actual nest provides the most effective solution to solving a bee problem.

Welcome to Adkins Bee Removal in Tampa, we remove bees from walls, roofs, fascia, chimneys, palm trees and other odd places bees nest in. We specialize in bee removal and solving bee problems and we still beat any advertized price. We provide same day service all over Tampa Bay. Got questions? Call us directly in the field (435) 659-2600 or use this service request form to receive a fast quote or to schedule bee removal services. Well get back to you in a flash

Removing bees can be difficult and dangerous, especially when dealing with hybrid or africanized honey bees. Often times just a small amount of bee activity can indicate that there is a hive or swarm of bees in the structure. A new swarm of honey bees has on average of 4,000-6,000 bees!

Often an important part of bee removal is removing the honeycomb, otherwise you may create recurring problems. Bees use their wings to keep the honeycomb cool throughout the day. Once a colony of bees is eradicated or extracted, the honey will melt into the structure if it is not removed. This can cause noticeable stains and other damage, attract rodents, moths, insects, and it attracts new bee colonies that infest both the same location and other areas of the structure. This is why it is important to remove the honeycomb. We have the experience, training, and expertise to accomplish this task!

To identify your bees, visit the bee id chart. For specific self help details, visit our page on how to get rid of bees.