When you need bees removed, let the professionals with safety gear and experience perform your bee removal service.
For the vast majority of us, if an insect is yellow and black with a stinger, then it is a bee! Most of us don’t want to take the time or the interest to find out if the insect swarming our picnic is a bee, wasp or hornet — we just want it gone! That is where we come in. Here at Florida Bee Removal, we consider it part of our job to know the differences between the different types of bees and how to identify them because it makes our bee removal service that much more effective.
When you call Florida Bee Removal for bee removal service, you can feel confident that this is one problem that can be taken care of effectively. While you sometimes need to spray many times before the spiders or cockroaches get the hint, we can perform bee removal service, relocate the bees, and clean the area that contained the hive well enough that the bees won’t be tempted to return and rebuild. Our bee removal service has been fine-tuned and honed over decades of experience so you can feel confident and secure that calling us for bee removal service means that your bees will be removed!
Agriculture Depends on Properly Executed Bee Removal Service
Did you know that Hillsborough County, Florida is the fourth largest in agriculture in the state? It’s true – only Palm Beach, Miami-Dade, and Hendry Counties produce more products than we do! At nearly $400 million annually, agriculture is a vital part of our economy, and that means we need the pollination services that bees provide more than you might think. Here at Florida Bee Removal, we are proud to say we have the expertise and dedication to perform our bee removal service in a way that keeps your family safe while supporting our agricultural industry.
We accurately identify what species of stinging insect has taken up residence at your home and then take the correct step based on whether it is a nuisance insect or provides the vital pollination service that honeybees do. A honeybee colony can thrive once it has been taken to an area where it will have the superior food source it needs, so you are doing them a favor when you call on us for our bee removal service.
In addition to aiding with agriculture, honeybees also contribute to our economy by producing honey. There are nearly 200,000 honey-producing bee colonies throughout the state of Florida, and that is in addition to the colonies that are only used in agriculture and not harvested. Together we can increase those numbers by relocating bees that have made the mistake of choosing your residence as their home. Contact us today to schedule our bee removal service, and you can be proud that you’ve helped the bees and our economy.
We are professionals here at Florida Bee Removal, and we urge you to leave bee removal services to professionals. Even though bees are small insects individually, most of them are quick to anger and will not hesitate to defend themselves with their most obvious weapon — their stingers. They also communicate well with one another and can call for reinforcements at any time. When it comes to bee removal services, we have knowledge and equipment that keeps us safe!
For questions or to make an appointment for bee removal services in Hillsborough County, Florida, call us today!
At Florida Bee Removal, we offer bee removal services in Lakeland, Clearwater, Miami, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Orlando, Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Largo, Winter Haven, Lake Wales, Wesley Chapel, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Charlotte County, Polk County, Pinellas County, Hillsborough County, Marion County, Lake County, Lee County, Seminole County, Osceola County, Manatee County, Pasco County, and Orange County, Florida.