Willie the Bee Man
Bee Removal Specialists
The Buzzee Dozen's Bee Removal Services
Discovering a honey bee infestation on your commercial or residential property can be an intimidating prospect which can quickly turn into a nightmare if not handled correctly. With few exceptions, the only way to to correctly get rid of bees that have established a colony on your property is to contact a bee removal specialist to expose the honey comb and completely remove the hive.

Many companies with less experience in bee removal will offer "Spray and Seal" services with the promise that it will cost less than exposing and removing the honey comb. This basically involves filling the cavity with chemicals and sealing it up without removing the honeycomb and simply praying that the chemicals actually get to the bees. After years of experience and successfully performing tens of thousands of bee removal jobs we know that this doesn't work!!! In fact the vast majority of the time it makes the problem much worse and in the end most customers, after wasting hundreds sometimes thousands of dollars, end up calling us to properly get rid of the bees.

To learn more about why Spray and Seal doesn't work,

Spring is here in all its glory! In addition to the flowers blossoming, trees blooming and the birds singing, the honey bees also start swarming. Swarming is when a hive splits by giving birth to a new queen allowing the old queen to take half the hive and start a new home. When dealing with a honey bee swarm,we recommend "that all wild colonies or swarms located in proximity to people or animals should be eradicated by a Pest Control Operator (PCO) trained in honey bee colony eradication and  bee removal.

Further, we recommend that swarm and nesting bee calls not be forwarded to beekeepers but only to trained PCO's bee removal specialists." 

The reason eradication is recommended is because of the introduction of Africanized "Killer" Honey Bees. As a property owner, you should be aware that should your neighbors, their children or animals be attacked by a colony located on your property that you were aware of but did not take care of, you will be responsible for any harm that results from that attack. For more information on the State recommendations, click
here to visit the African Honey Bee Extension and Education program from the University of Florida that details the states recommendations.  305.933.2337       561.571.2337    954.947.2337  772.800.2337

he recommendation to eradicate wild honey bee colonies has created some confusion as people seemed to be getting conflicting messages about honey bees being in trouble. In reality, the is no conflict in the message because the threat to honey bees the public has heard so much about is regarding the managed bee colonies that our beekeepers use for pollination services and honey production. It does not apply to wild or feral hives that have decided to build in your residential or commercial property and can be a threat to the people and humans that may encounter it. To understand more about why wild honey bee colonies should be eradicated, click here to read the letter outlining these recommendations from the state.
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