Bee removal in Port St. Lucie Florida is not an easy, do-it-yourself project. It’s a job for professionals. But if you’re just now noticing bees swarming on a tree near your home, there’s no need to panic just yet.
When a colony gets large enough, it splits in half, with thousands of bees heading out in a swarm to build a new hive and start a new life. They may travel for several days before finding a suitable location, so it’s normal for the new swarm to stop somewhere for a couple days to rest before moving on.
If the bees are just swarming and haven’t yet begun to build their hive, then you might get lucky. Those bees may only stick around for a couple days and simply decide to move on to a better location. But if they like the area and they've begun working on their hive, then you’re going to have to call in the pros.
If you aren't sure if they've actually started constructing their wax hive yet, the best time to check is first thing in the morning or later on in the evening. Bees don’t really like the cold, and they aren't particularly active at night, so they’re not likely to even notice you coming around for a closer look during those times.
If those bees have already got their hive established, especially if they’ve built it inside the walls of your home or garage, then you will need to call Alpine Farms bee removal in Port St. Lucie Florida. Simply killing or removing the bees -- but not the hive and honey -- will only cause additional problems in the future with other pests such as ants, roaches, and rodents. So if you’re looking for a permanent solution, hire Alpine Farms Bee Removal to properly complete the job the first time.