NO-KILL BEE REMOVAL service is available


Bees are an important part of Floridas ecosystem. However, occasionally they built hives where there are not wanted.

We offer no-kill bee removal service


We remove bees from:

  • Soffits
  • Eaves
  • Walls
  • Floors
  • RV’s/Campers
  • Water Meter Boxes
  • Automobiles
  • Bat Boxes
  • Owl Houses
  • Trees
  • Lawn Furniture
  • Roofs
  • Vents
  • Bird Houses
  • Swingsets
  • Chimneys
  • Palm Trees
  • Oak Trees


There is a swarm or bees that has shown up on my house, tree, swingset, etc.. Should I call someone or will they go away on their own?

Unless the bees have started constructing their hive they will often move to a more suitable location on their own. Swarms can last up to a few days depending on a few factors. While a swarm of bees is resting they are sending out scout bees to look for hive locations, it’s best not to disturb them if possible.

There is a traveling swarm at my house, will they attack me?

Usually honey bees will only attack something to protect their honey. Since a traveling swarm has no honey to protect they are usuallly doscile. That being said. Honey bees have been known to attack people because:
-It’s raining
-It’s about to rain
-Dark colors
-Loud dogs/people
-A smell- Bananna scent is their fight smell but they get angry about other smells.
-No reason. Stings are random sometimes.
-Wearing Floral print

Are these bees Africonized?

Maybe. You cannot tell without a lab test. About 50% of wild honey bees in Central Florida have been Africanized to some degree.

The bees were removed a few days ago and there are still bees hanging around. Is this normal?

Answer: Yes, Bees will linger around the site of the old hive for up to 10 days. Sometimes they’ll even start to rebuild their honeycomb. Don’t worry, these are workers who were out when the hive was removed and they cannot start a new hive without a queen.

Can I have some of the honey comb? Is it edible?

Yes. We don’t use pesticides to remove bees.

If part of my house has to be removed or cut away during the removal do you fix or repair the damage?

No. You are responsible for the repair of any damage caused by removing the bees.

Question: Do you remove the honeycomb from the wall?

Yes, If honey is left in the wall it can cause ant and fly problems.

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