South Florida’s mild climate creates ideal nesting conditions for bees all year long. This means an infestation can happen at any time, although they occur most heavily in the spring and summer when the weather is warm and nectar is plentiful.
If you suspect you have an infestation, give the Fort Lauderdale bee exterminators at Bee Boyz Contractors a call at 954-483-5533. Our Bee Hive Removal and Bee exterminators will get rid of the bees in your Fort Lauderdale home and make sure they don’t come back. We even offer contractor services to repair any damage required for removal.
How can a Broward Bee Removal Specialist help?
If you notice a lot of bees around your house, carefully examine these common bee-friendly areas, and if there is any concern, call a qualified Fort Lauderdale bee exterminator or removal specialist at Bee Boyz:
Note: Stay as far away from the hive or nest as possible. When checking to see if a colony has made a home, protect yourself as much as possible. Be sure to wear long sleeves, long pants, closed-toe shoes, and gloves.
We remove all types of bees, including:
Our Fort Lauderdale bee exterminators specialize in bee hive removal and relocation with as little interruption to your life or property. We use safe, natural bee removal techniques and always remove the bees alive unless they threaten the native population or are attacking humans and animals.
We start by smoking the bees to relax them, which allows us to remove the combs and retrieve the queen. We then bring the bees to local beekeepers with a similar bee population.
We caution you against attempting to get remove or kill the hive or nest yourself. Even the most docile bees can become aggressive if they feel you are threatening their hive or nest.
If you think you have a bee problem, call the bee exterminators at Bee Boyz Contractors at 954-483-5533 for bee hive removal in the Fort Lauderdale area. We will be happy to come out and give you a free inspection and estimate. We can often take care of the problem immediately after identifying the type of bees and their location.