Bee Removal Tampa- Tampa Bay Bee Removal & Relocation has been performing bee removal in Tampa, FL for over 50 years. We perform bee removal services in Tampa for residential and commercial properties. We are licensed and insured to remove other stinging insects such as yellow jackets, wasps, and hornets.
Call us for bee removal in Tampa FL. We remove bees from your Tampa home, commercial properties, vehicles, barbecue grills, storage boxes, ladders, and anywhere else you can think of! Please don’t assume we simply exterminate the bees, as our first choice is always live bee removal! We need bees to survive!
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Refer a friend to us for bee removal Tampa and be rewarded! We know there is no better advertisement for bee removal than the word of our satisfied, long-term customers whom we have developed a relationship with. We are a family-owned business where our customers are not a number! We have over 50 years experience in bee removal Tampa and service commercial and residential properties within the Tampa Bay area. We are licensed and insured to handle all of your stinging issues! Live bee removal is our preferred method of bee removal, as we all need bees to survive!
Bees are very important for all of us to survive. Although we are licensed to exterminate bees, we make every attempt to perform live bee removal and relocate the bees from your premises to a location away from your urban Tampa environment. The photo of the bees on the yellow box was taken during a relocation from a live bee removal in Tampa, Fl. The bees were not harmed during the bee removal and were taken to a rural area away from the urban Tampa neighborhood.
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Our customers usually call us when they see a bee swarm on their property. Your safest bet is to back away and call us to remove any potential danger to you, your family and pets. There are different species of bees that have varying tolerances to potential threats to their homes.
Our bee removal services include, but our not limited to:
- Bee Removal
- Bee Hive and Honey Removal
- Yellow Jacket Removal
- Hornet Removal
- Wasp Removal
- General Repairs from Bee Removal
Removal of the hive following a bee removal is very important. If the hive is not removed, during extreme heat it can actually melt. This will most likely cause other insect issues, as they will be looking to feed on the melted hive. Following the Tampa bee removal and hive cleanout, the area must be properly sealed off and any penetration point for bees eliminated. Our technicians carry basic carpentry tools and equipment needed to do this. While we are onsite performing your bee removal Tampa, we will be happy to look over the exterior of your structure and identify other possible points of entry for bees.
Why Choose Tampa Bay Bee Removal?
- Experience – Over 50 years experience in bee removal Tampa
- Availability – We offer 24/7 bee removal service in Tampa
- Certified – We are Certified Pest Control Operator
- Insured – We are insured for bee removal Tampa
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Bee Removal Tampa is a dangerous task when you don’t know what you are doing. Allergic reactions to bee stings is a real thing and people die from it each year. Tampa Bay Bee Removal highly encourages you to give us a call for your bee removal needs. This will likely not only save you from danger, but also save the bees! Our bee removal services are not limited to using insecticides. Live bee removal is just as effective and doesn’t harm the bees in any way. The end result will still leave your home or place of business free of bees and the bees will be relocated to a rural area so that they may continue to live and pollinate.
Before attempting bee removal yourself, please educate yourself with the dangers of Africanized bees. This bee species is not to be taken lightly, as they will defend the hive to the end and have a higher level of aggressiveness compared to our native bee species. Africanized bees typically only attack when humans get too close to a nesting colony. If you are subject to this attack, you should never stay in place and swat at the bees.
When bees are stinging you, it is because you are too close to their home. You should cover your airway passages and run away from the area. When seeking a safe haven from the bees, every effort should be made to find an enclosed location. Once at a safe haven, call a professional bee removal service. A professional bee removal company has the proper protective clothing, experience, and is licensed and insured. Most important, a professional bee removal company will attempt live bee removal at all cost in lieu of exterminating the bees.
* Africanized honey bees –also called “killer bees”–are established in many parts of Florida. Although the killer reputation has been greatly exaggerated, the presence of Africanized honey bees increases the chances of people being stung. Learning about the Africanized honey bee and taking certain precautions can lower the risk of being injured by this new insect in our environment. The Africanized honey bee is closely related to the European honey bee used in agriculture for crop pollination and honey production. The two types of bees look the same and their behavior is similar in many respects. Neither is likely to sting when gathering nectar and pollen from flowers, but both will sting in defense if provoked. A swarm of bees in flight or briefly at rest seldom bothers people. However, all bees become defensive when they settle, begin producing wax comb and raising young. Feel free to call Tampa Bay Bee Removal with any questions you may have.
*When a honey bee stings, it leaves the stinger as well as the pheromone in its victims skin. Typically, honey bees only sting when they feel the bee hive is threatened. Let Tampa Bay Bee Removal & Relocation remove the bee hive from your property today!
*Africanized bees behavior is thought to be aggressive by many, however the africanized bee behavior is actually defensive. They react to invasion of their environment and defend themselves when necessary. Attacks occur when people are too close to a nesting colony of africanized honey bees. They do not sit around and plot attacks on humans. Let Tampa Bay Bee Removal & Relocation take care of your bee issue before they colonize on your property.
*Honeybee swarm season in Florida typically goes from April through August. When the bees swarm, half of the bee colony splits off and is looking for a new home. This is typically when you notice the bees and call Tampa Bay Bee Removal for help!
*Honey Bees are the only insect that produce food for humans.
*Honey Bees account for 80% of all insect pollination.
*Africanized honey bees follow victims up to 440 yards, while European honey bees follow for only 50 yards.
*The best time to remove bees and have them survive is as a swarm vs. an established bee hive. Simply exterminating a bee hive in a structure without removing the hive will cause bees to re-colonize at that location due to the honey and pheremones left attracting other bees. Call a bee removal professional!
*Foraging bees have to fly about 55,000 miles to produce a pound of honey, visiting around 2 million flowers.
*If the queen honey bee is removed from the hive, within 15 minutes, the rest of the colony knows about it.
*Just because you gave bees on your property does not necessarily mean that the bees must be removed. When you call Tampa Bay Bee Removal we may ask you some questions and advise you a bee removal procedure is not necessary. Why? Because some bee swarms will simply move on and leave you and your family alone.
*It is not necessary to disturb the hive itself to initiate an Africanized Bee attack. In fact, Africanized bees have been known to respond viciously to mundane occurrences, including noises or even vibrations from vehicles, equipment and pedestrians.
*Though their venom is no more potent than native honey bees, Africanized bees attack in far greater numbers and pursue perceived enemies for greater distances. Once disturbed, colonies may remain agitated for 24 hours, attacking people and animals within a range of a quarter mile from the hive.
*The ancient Egyptians used honey as food and medicine. It was also used in offerings and for embalming the dead. Beeswax was used in magic rites, for preserving and also in medicine.
*Once Africanized bees are disturbed, the colonies remain agitated for 24 hours, and can attack people and animals within a range of a quarter mile from the bee hive. Although their venom is no more potent, Africanized bees attack in far greater numbers than native honeybees.
*The queen honeybee is about twice the length of a worker. Only female bees sting, the males do not.
*In Florida, the number of registered beekeepers has grown significantly. This is believed to be attributed to a 2012 State law that took away the power of local municipalities to decide whether bees could be kept in residential areas. This will ultimately lead to more calls for bee removal services, as urban area beekeeping activities increase so will the bee swarms which is a natural means of reproduction of honeybee colonies.
*To spray the bees and simply patch their entrance means there will be thousands of rotting bees inside your wall. The honey will attract insects for years to come with potentially devastating damage to your home’s interior structure.
What does a bee do with all that honey?
They consume it just like us! During the winter months, honey is the main source of food for a bee. When its warm and the flowers are blooming, bees consume nectar. The nectar that the bee brings back to the hive is stored in wax cells which is eventually turned into honey. When the plants stop blooming during the winter the bees remove the wax seal and consume the honey. If possible, Tampa Bay Bee Removal performs live honey bee removal. These bees are then transferred to beekeepers so you may then have some honey too!
Did you know there are more than 300 types of honey in the U.S.? The flavor of the honey differs based on the nectar source visited by the bee. Honey should be a part of your diet, as it has many health benefits from preventing cancer to reducing cough and throat irritation. Bee sure to ask one of our bee removal experts where you can get some fresh, un-touched honey!
Call (727) 410-0557 for bee removal in Tampa
Tampa Bay Bee Removal services the entire Central Florida area including Sarasota, Clearwater, Tampa, Lakeland, Orlando and Winter Springs. In addition to bee removal and relocation in Cocoa Beach, we perform yellow jacket removal. Yellow jackets are very defensive. Did you know the yellow jacket stinger is about twice as long as a honey bee stinger?
We provide bee removal service throughout the Tampa Bay area. In addition to bee removal, we can assist you in bee proofing your home. Bee’s can enter through a hole the size of a pencil eraser. Following each bee removal, Tampa Bay Bee Removal cleans the area and seals it up to prevent re-infestation. Choose your city below for more information on bee removal: