Bee Removal West Palm Beach

Our knowledgeable bee removal experts consist of former roofers, carpenters, military veterans, a cowboy and one cat.

West Palm Beach Bee Removal Pros

If you have discovered a bee hive in the walls of your home, inside your roof or in another structure in your home, the best remedy is to hire a professional bee removal company to perform a bee removal in West Palm Beach Florida. This process will completely eliminate the hive and get rid of the honeycomb to eliminate the risk of the bees returning.

We Keep Them From Coming Back

Bee removal in West Palm Beach Florida is an essential part of a successful project to remove bees. When the hive is removed by the removal process or from extermination, the threat of the bees returning is still possible. If any of the abandoned honeycomb is left inside the walls, around the roof or in other areas of the home, the bee problem can continue. For several years, bees can smell the honeycomb and will continue to try establishing a new hive there.

Alpine Farms Bee Removal

Bee Removal For Southeast Florida

Have a bee problem buzzing around your home or business? Contact us today!

Customer Reviews

Real Reviews From Real Clients

Simply the best!! From the office to the field this company follows through. Bees are gone and they made the whole process affordable, effective and easy. Highly recommend them for bee removal. The field team was the greatest, I am so grateful I did my research and made the call.

Barbara Car
Google Review

Great customer service when called. Came out on time for evaluation and explained process. Scheduled bee removal and they arrived On date and On time. Very knowledgeable of the industry they are in. Professional all around and reasonable price for what was estimated to have been around 30-40,000 bees! I would use them again (hopefully won’t need to though) but will highly recommend.

Todd Schimelfanick
Google Review

We had a bees nest on the 4th floor near the roof. called alpine farms. they came out next day and, took care of the hive. they charged much less than other businesses estimated. job well done.

Allen Taschner
Google Review

Why A Proper Removal Is So Important

Additionally, pests such as wax moths, rats, ants and other pests enjoy eating the honey and wax left in the abandoned honeycomb. If you leave the abandoned honeycomb inside any structure after the removal process, these and other pests are sure to come around looking for something to eat.

Bees can quickly build up as much as 30 pounds of honeycomb inside of your home depending on how long they have worked on their colony. The longer they have been in the hive, the more honeycomb you will find. Not only can the honeycomb attract pests, but it can melt on hot days and drip into your ceiling, walls and other parts of your home. This can actually damage some of your homes structure.

For all of these reasons, a professional bee removal service should remove the honeycomb the same day as treatment. This will prevent further damage to the home.

During the removal and repair process, the technician finds the location of the honeycomb. They might have to remove some roofing tiles or cut a hole in the wall to find the exact location of the honeycomb. After the honeycomb is found and removed, proper repairs and complete seal of exterior bee entrances will eliminate the threat of future bee problems.

Areas We Service

Yellowjacket Removal For Southeast Florida

Indian River County, FL

St Lucie County, FL

Martin County, FL

  • Stuart
  • Palm City
  • Hobe Sound
  • Jensen Beach
  • Port Salerno
  • Jupiter Island
  • Indiantown
  • Port Mayaca

Palm Beach County, FL

  • West Palm Beach
  • Palm Beach Gardens
  • Lake Worth
  • Boca Raton
  • Boynton Beach
  • Delray Beach
  • Jupiter
  • Tequesta

Broward County, FL

  • Ft. Lauderdale
  • Plantation
  • Deerfield Beach
  • Pompano Beach
  • Pembroke Pines
  • Weston
  • Hollywood
  • Coral Springs