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Honeybee removal
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Q: If I leave the bees alone will they just go away?

Q: There is a honey bee hive in my attic. How quickly will the honey bee hive make a honey comb?

Q: Why is bee removal important if they are in my attic?

Q: Why is honeycomb removal important if it is in the wall?

Q: I have honeybees living in my wall. There is a very strong smell coming from my wall. What is it?

Q: Once I get rid of the bees, will the smell go away?

Q: Is honey bee removal necessary?

Q: Is killing the bees the only way to do bee removal?

Q: Are honey bees dangerous?

Q: I hear buzzing coming from the wall. Could it be from honey bees?

Q: Once the bees are removed how do you keep more from coming back?

Q: I had the bees exterminated last year and now they are back. Why?

Q: How many eggs will a queen bee lay?

Q: I hear noises in my attic. Could it be from honeybees?

Q: I saw honey bees go underneath my house. Should I have the honey bees removed?

Q: The honey bees are flying in and out of a wall on my house. Is there a honeycomb in the wall?

Q: I live in a mobile home and the bees made a honeycomb in the insulation. Why should I have the honeycomb removed?

Q: How long will it take to remove honeybees?

Q: Why are Aficanized honeybees called killer bees?

Q: There is a honeycomb in the wall. Can I just leave the honeycomb there?

Q: Are bees important?

Q: If I leave the bees alone will they just go away?

A: Not before they do significant damage. Once bees live in a wall or in an attic they will usually stay. The bees will make a honeycomb in the wall and up in the attic. Honeycombs will not go away on their own. Once the bees are removed, the honeycomb needs to be removed as well.

Q: There is a honey bee hive in my attic. How quickly will the honey bee hive make a honey comb?

A: A honey bee hive will make a honeycomb fairly quickly. The rate at which the honeycomb is made depends on the size of the bee hive and if they are European honey bees or Africanized honey bees. Africanized honey bees were genetically created for their fast production of honey.

Q: Why is bee removal important if they are in my attic?

A: The honey from bees will do significant damage in your attic and can be very expensive if it is not removed. The longer the bees have to live in the attic the more time they have to create a honeycomb. Honeycombs attract roaches and rats and will ruin drywall. Honey bee removal is essential to prevent costly damage in the attic and prevent pests from invading the home.

Q: Why is honeycomb removal important if it is in the wall?

A: A honeycomb in the wall will attract roaches and rats. The honey in the honeycomb will stay in the wall for years creating a major pest problem. The honey will seep through the drywall creating costly home repairs.

Q: I have honeybees living in my wall. There is a very strong smell coming from my wall. What is it?

A: When honeybees make a honeycomb in the wall the honey will start to decay and produce a foul smell. The honeycomb needs to be removed to get rid of the smell.

Q: Once I get rid of the bees, will the smell go away?

A: If the bees are exterminated or removed live, the honeycomb will still be left behind. The honeycomb needs to be removed to get rid of the smell.

Q: Is honey bee removal necessary?

A: Honey bees are an essential part of the ecosystem. However, when a honey bee hive is created in a wall or in an attic the honey bees become a danger to anyone living in that home. Allergic reactions are common and could result in a hospital visit. There is no physical characteristic to tell apart the European honey bee from the dangerous Africanized killer bee. An attack from an Africanized honey bee colony could result in the death of a pet or human. The honey needs to be removed from the wall as well to prevent pests and damage to the home.

Q: Is killing the bees the only way to do honeybee removal?

A: There are many techniques that can be used to remove honeybees. Live removal of honeybees is usually possible depending on where the honeybee hive is located. If the bee hive is thought to be Africanized then bee extermination is best to stop the spread of Africanized honeybees.

Q: Are honey bees dangerous?

A: Allergic reactions are common and could result in a visit to the hospital. There is no physical characteristic to tell apart the European honey bee from the dangerous Africanized honey bee. An attack from an Africanized honey bee colony could result in death of a pet or human. Bees can be very dangerous and bee removal should be left up to the professionals at Allstar Animal Removal.

Q: I hear buzzing coming from the wall. Could it be from honey bees?

A: Yes. Buzzing in the wall is a characteristic of a honey bee hive making a honeycomb in the wall. Call the honey bee experts at Allstar Animal Removal to perform an inspection and get rid of the bees.

Q: Once the honey bees are removed how do you keep more from coming back?

A: Once the honey bees are removed then it is important that the honeycomb is also removed. The honeycomb will not only attract roaches and rats, but other bees will take over the hive and the problem will start over. The area where the honey bees were getting in also needs to be closed off. Stinging insect control is also an option to prevent honey bees from coming back. Allstar Animal Removal will remove the honeycomb and do a full exclusion on your home.

Q: I had the bees exterminated last year and now they are back. Why?

A: If the honeycomb was not removed then another colony of honey bees will be attracted to that same location. If the honeycomb was removed, there may be an older honeycomb somewhere in the house. If this honeycomb cannot be located then stinging insect control may be necessary.

Q: How many eggs will a queen bee lay?

A: A queen honey bee will lay as much as 2000 eggs per day.

Q: I hear noises in my attic. Could it be honeybees?

A: This depends on what kind of noises are in the attic. If the noise is a buzzing sound then it could be from honeybees. If there are thumping or scratching noises in the attic then it could be from rats, mice, opossum, gray squirrels, flying squirrels, large lizards, birds, or bats.

Q: I saw honey bees go underneath my house. Should I have the honey bees removed?

A: Yes. It is very important to have honey bees removed if they are entering a home. The honey from a honeycomb can attract pests like roaches and rats. Rats will do significant damage to a home and roaches can spread diseases.

Q: The honey bees are flying in and out of a wall on my house. Is there a honeycomb in the wall?

A: If the honey bees have been flying in and out of the wall for more than a couple of days, then there is probably a honeycomb in that wall.

Q: I live in a mobile home and the honeybees made a honeycomb in the insulation. Why should I have the honeycomb removed?

A: Its is very common for a honeybee hive to make a honeycomb in the insulation underneath a mobile home. The honeybee hive can pose a threat to neighbors that walk nearby and pets that roam through the yard. If the honeycomb is left underneath the mobile home then roaches and rats will infest that home.

Q: How long will it take to remove honeybees?

A: This depends on which type of honeybee removal is applied. If the bees are exterminated then the problem could be solved in 1 to 3 days. If live removal for honeybees is chosen it could take up to 30 days to properly extract the hive. If the honeycomb is accessible then the beehive can be remove that day. Allstar Animal Removal is experienced in the many different options of honeybee removal and can accommodate to any need.

Q: Why are Aficanized honeybees called killer bees?

A: Africanized killer bees get their name from the aggressiveness the hive shows when threatened. A colony of Africanized killer bees can kill a family pet or even a human. The attacks can be triggered from mowing the lawn, the noise of an outside A/C unit or even just walking by the nest. The sting of an Africanized killer bee is not any different from a European honey bee sting, but the Africanized killer bees attack in large numbers. If the honeybees are Africanized then killer bee removal is necessary.

Q: There is a honeycomb in the wall. Can I just leave the honeycomb there?

A: No. If the honeycomb is not removed from the wall then another honeybee hive will infest the old honeycomb. Honeybees are attracted to the honey as well as roaches and rats. The honeycomb needs to be removed to prevent future infestations.

Q: Are honeybees important?

A: Yes. The entire farming industry depends on honeybees pollinating their crops. There is a bee shortage and Allstar Animal Removal is sensitive to this fact. If the beehive is determined to not be an Africanized killer bee colony and then Allstar Animal Removal will try and save that hive.

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rid of wasps, remove the honeycomb for bees, kill the yellowjackets and control all other stinging
insects in the following areas and more

Pinellas County Bee Control
Baypines - Belleair - Clearwater - Crystal Beach - Dunedin - Gulfport - Indian Rocks Beach - Indian Shores - Kenneth
City - Largo - Madeira Beach - Oldsmar - Ozona - Palm Harbor - Pass-A-Grille Beach - Pinellas Park - Redington
Beach - Safety Harbor - Saint Petersburg - Seminole - South Pasadena - St. Pete Beach - Sunset Beach - Tarpon
Springs - Tierra Verde - Treasure Island

Hillsborough County Bee Control
Apollo Beach - Balm - Bloomingdale - Brandon - Carrollwood Village - Dover - Gibsonton - Lithia - Lutz - Mango - Plant
City - Riverview - Ruskin - Seffner - Sun City Center - Tampa - Temple Terrace - Thonotosassa - Valrico - Wimauma -
Ybor City

Pasco County Bee Control
Dade City - Holiday - Hudson -Land O Lakes -New Port Richey - Odessa - Port Richey - San Antonio - Trintiy - Wesley
Chapel – Zephyrhills

Sarasota County Bee Control
Nokomis - Osprey - North Port - Sarasota – Venice

Manatee County Bee Control
Anna Maria - Bradenton - Bradenton Beach - Holmes Beach - Longboat Key - Myakka City - Oneco – Palmetto

Charlotte County Bee Control
Cleveland - Grove City - Palm Island - Placida - Port Charlotte - Punta Gorda - Rotonda – Solana

Hernando County Bee Control
Brooksville - Herrnando Beach - Masaryktown - Ridge Manor - Spring Hill - Weeki Wachee

Duval County Bee Control
Atlantic Beach - Baldwin - Jacksonville - Jacksonville Beach - Mayport - Neptune Beach

St Johns County Bee Control
Crescent Beach - Elkton - Fort Matanzas - Fruit Cove - Hastings - Marineland - Palm Valley - Ponte Vedra - Ponte
Vedra Beach - St. Augustine - St. Augustine Beach - Switzerland - Vilano Beach

Clay County Bee Control
Bellair, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, Middleburg, Orange Park, Penney Farms

Polk County Bee Control
Auburndale - Bartow - Davenport - Dundee - Eagle Lake - Fedhaven - Fort Meade - Frostproof - Haines City - Highland
Park - Hillcrest Heights - Indian Lake Estates - Lake Alfred - Lake Hamilton - Lake Wales - Lakeland - Mulberry -
Nalcrest - Polk City - Providence - Winter Haven

Citrus County Bee Control
Beverly Hills - Black Diamond - Citrus Hills - Citrus Springs - Crystal River - Floral City - Hernando - Homosassa
Springs - Homosassa - Inverness - Lecanto - Pine Ridge - Surgarmill Woods

Osceola County Bee Control
Campbell - Celebration - Champions Gate - Kenansville - Kissimmee - Poinciana - St. Cloud

Orange County Bee Control
Alafaya - Apopka - Bay Lake - Belle Isle - Christmas - Doctor Phillips - Eatonville - Edgewood - Hunter's Creek - Lake
Buena Vista - Maitland - Oakland - Ocoee - Orlando - Tangerine - Windermere - Winter Garden - Winter Park –
Zellwood

Seminole County Bee Control
Altamonte Springs - Casselberry - Geneva - Lake Mary - Lake Monroe - Longwood - Oviedo - Sanford - Winter Springs

Broward County Bee Control
Coconut Creek - Cooper City - Coral Springs - Dania Beach - Davie - Deerfield Beach - Fort Lauderdale - Hallandale
Beach - Hillsboro Beach - Hollywood - Lauderdale Lakes - Lauderdale-By-The-Sea - Lauderhill - Lazy Lake -
Lighthouse Point - Margate - Miramar - North Lauderdale - Oakland Park - Parkland - Pembroke Park - Pembroke
Pines - Plantation - Pompano Beach - Port Everglades - Sea Ranch Lakes - Southwest Ranches - Sunrise - Tamarac -
West Park - Weston - Wilton Manors

Palm Beach County Bee Control
Atlantis - Belle Glade - Boca Raton - Boynton Beach - Briny Breezes - Canal Point - Cloud Lake - Delray Beach - Glen
Ridge – Golf – Greenacres - Gulf Stream – Haverhill - Highland Beach – Hypoluxo - Juno Beach – Jupiter - Jupiter Inlet
Colony - Lake Clarke Shores - Lake Park - Lake Worth – Lantana – Loxahatchee – Manalapan - Mangonia Park -
North Palm Beach - Ocean Ridge – Pahokee - Palm Beach - Palm Beach Gardens - Palm Beach Shores - Palm Springs
- Riviera Beach - Royal Palm Beach – Sandcut - South Bay - South Palm Beach – Tequesta – Wellington - West Palm
Beach

Florida Panhandle

Escambia - Bellview, Brent, Brownsville, Century, Cantonment, Ensley, Gonzalez, Molino, Muscogee, Myrtle Grove,
Pensacola, Pensacola Beach, Perdido Key, Warrington, West Pensecola
Santa Rosa - Avalon Beach, Bagdad, Gulf Breeze, Jay, Milton, Munson, Navarre, Pace
Okaloosa - Baker, Cinco Bayou, Crestview, Destin, Fort Walton Beach, Laurel Hill, Mary Esther, Niceville, Shalimar,
Valparaiso
Walton - DeFuniak Springs, Freeport, Miramar Beach, Paxton, Point Washington, Redbay, Santa Rosa Beach
Holmes - Bonifay, Esto, Noma, Ponce De Leon, Westville
Washington - Caryville, Chipley, Ebro, Greenhead, New Hope, Sunny Hills, Vernon, Wausau
Bay - Bayou George, Bear Creek, Callaway, Cedar Grove, Fountain, Hiland Park, Laguna Beach, Lynn Haven, Mexico
Beach, Millville, Panama City, Panama City Beach, Parker, Rosemary Beach, Sand Hills, Sandy Creek, Southport,
Springfield, West Bay, West Panama City Beach, Youngstown
Jackson - Alford, Bascom, Campbelltown, Cottondale, Graceville, Grand Ridge, Greenwood, Jacob City, Malone,
Marianna, Sneads
Calhoun - Altha, Blountstown
Liberty – Bristol
Gulf - Port St. Joe, Wewahitchka
Franklin - Alligator Point, Apalachicola, Carrabelle, Eastpoint
Gadsden - Chattahoochee, Greensboro, Gretna, Havana, Midway, Mount Pleasant, Quincy
Leon - Tallahassee, Woodville
Wakulla - Crawfordville, Sopchoppy, Smith Creek, St. Marks, Wakulla Beach, Wakulla Springs
Jefferson – Capps, Drifton, Lamont, Lloyd, Monticello, Wacissa
Madison - Greenville, Lee, Madison
Taylor - Perry, Steinhatchee
Hamilton - Jasper, Jennings, Madison, White Springs
Suwannee - Branford, Dowling Park, Live Oak, McAlpin, O'Brien, Three Rivers, Wellborn
Lafayette - Day, Mayo
Dixie - Cross City, Horseshoe Beach, Old Town
Columbia - Fort White, Lake City, Lulu, Watertown
Union - Lake Butler, Raiford, Worthington Springs
Bradford - Brooker, Hampton, Lawtey, Starke
Gilchrist – Trenton
Alachua - Alachua, Archer, Gainesville, Hawthorne, High Springs, La Crosse, Micanopy, Newberry, Waldo
Levy - Bronson, Cedar Key, Chiefland, Fanning Springs, Inglis, Morriston, Rosewood, Otter Creek, Williston,
Yankeetown

Mobile County Bee Control
Axis - Bates Field - Bayou La Batre - Bucks - Chastang - Chickasaw - Chunchula - Citronelle - Coden - Creola -
Dauphin Island - Eight Mile - Grand Bay - Irvington - Magazine - Maybank - Mobile - Mount Vernon - Oakville -
Overlook - Plateau - Prichard - Saint Elmo - Saraland - Satsuma - Semmes - Serina - Theodore - Wilmer

Houston County Bee Control
Ashford - Avon - Columbia - Cottonwood - Cowarts - Dothan - Five Points - Gordon - Gordon Landing - Kinsey - Madrid
- Memphis - Northside - Pansey - Rehobeth - Taylor - Webb
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