Responsible Bee Removal
Bees play a major role in the environment. They pollinate plant life to continue the plant’s life cycle. Some bees also make honey; a natural sugar many Floridians have come to enjoy. Though their presence is beneficial in many ways, it can also be detrimental. For commercial businesses and residential homes coming to find the presence of bees on or in nearby proximity of your building, Southeast Florida Pest Control is happy to assist. We have the necessary means and credentials to handle any bee removal, to keep you and your family safe from their vicious stings. Where the sting is a bit painful, those that suffer allergic reactions to them can exhibit severe affects. Bees are not easily removed to the untrained person, and are always better done by our certified specialists; specifically trained and educated in proper, safety and efficiently of bee removal services.
Common Types of Bees Found in Florida:
More than 300+ types of bee species call Florida home, 29 of which are only found in Florida. While we are prepared and qualified to treat every type of bee found in Florida, some of the most common nuisance bees include:
Bee Removal Can Be Dangerous
Honeybees, Carpenter Bees, Bumblebees and Africanized Killer bees are often spotted throughout the country, and Florida is no exception. Where most bee species are not aggressive, it is important to know that Africanized killer bees are fierce and combative. They will attack any perceived threat in large swarms; relentlessly until the threat is eliminated. If you should encounter these bees it is important you run for shelter. Africanized Honeybees will also chase their victims far longer than other bees will. Avoid seeking refuge underwater, as they will often wait until you come up for air. If you do get stung, remover the stinger immediately as it will continue to pump venom until it is removed. Be sure to seek medical treatment as soon as possible.
Contact Southeast Florida Pest Control for all your bee removal needs. We do not recommend attempting bee removal without the use of proper equipment and training.