As you can tell from our name, we at Florida Bee Removal specialize in getting bees out of your home. We deal with all types of bees, including honey bees, bumble bees, and even carpenter bees, and we know how to remove them from your property without harming them unnecessarily. Our team has extensive experience in humane bee removal, as opposed to traditional extermination, and we strongly believe that our methods are the better way of dealing with bee infestations. In this article, we’ll go over some key information you need to know about humane bee removal and how it works in order to convince you to give this method a try.
The difference between humane bee removal and extermination comes down to differences in goals and in approach. As you can infer, the goal of extermination is to kill the bees, while the goal of humane removal is to keep the bees alive but relocate them somewhere else, where they won’t cause problems for the homeowner anymore. With this goal in mind, humane bee removal methods do not involve the use of pesticides. Instead, the removal specialists may use smoke to calm the bees while they remove the hive, cutting out the comb and transferring it to a hive box. Once the comb is removed, the bees will generally flock to their new hive container, which means that our removal technicians can clean out the remnants of the old hive without issue. We’ll make sure that all traces of the old hive are cleared away so that no bees will be tempted to come back, and we’ll also seal the area so that they couldn’t get in even if they did try.