Welcome to FirstChoice Bee Removal. Servicing all of Florida including bee removal in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Largo, Sarasota, Cape coral, Ft. Myers, Naples, Miami Beach, Homestead, Coral Gables, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Weston, and everywhere in between. Bees in Florida are common. Here you will find the best bee removal service in the state! We remove and relocate hive & bees to private organizations and to the general public. We have been builders for over 20 years and bee removal for several years as well. This means your home with bees is in great hands when removing hives from their typical places such as walls and roofs. Call us toll free today for your free bee removal estimate 855-Any-Bees (855-269-2337)
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Although honey bees are good for us, we still would rather not live close to them. Most common places we provide bee removal service to are block walls, eves, chimneys, trees, and the ground. As your first instinct may be to get some spray, DON’T! Each colony contains at lease 10,000-50,000 bees or more so this can be deadly. Bee removal is dangerous and you need a professional to help you out. You may then think you need a bee exterminator. You’ll actually want bee removal as exterminators will leave the hive behind. This will eventually lead to you needing the exterminator again for insects that the hive has attracted, along with a contractor to fix any damage done from melted honey.
If you ever experience seeing a cluster of bees flying to your property this may very well be a swarm. Swarms are a pile of bees balled up on one another to protect the queen while the recruiter bee is out looking for a place for them to build their hive. They look for nice quite places without interruption. Once the recruiter bee finds the perfect spot, she comes back to alert the others by making a loud noise. If there are more than one recruiter out looking and two or more find a spot, whom ever is the loudest is the one the bee cluster follows. Typically a swarm will leave within 24-48 hours. If they stick around any longer that usually means your the chosen one and they are more than likely building a honey comb. If you see them start trafficking in and out of a hole in a tree, roof, or wall, etc. call right away for your free bee removal quote over the phone because this means they aren’t going anywhere! Bee removal can get pretty sticky when you have bees in the structure of your home, click here to find out why!
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