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Bee Swarm Removal Services

Are bee swarms buzzing around your property? Contact Alpine Farms today to remove the swarm and help keep them from establishing a colony—becoming a bigger problem.

At Alpine Farms, you can be reassured that they will safely remove any dangerous bee swarms that have made their way into your yard.

Bee Swarm Protection and Removal

If you hear something buzzing in your yard and look up to find a bee swarm, it's time to call the professionals at Alpine Farms to come out and take care of a potentially very dangerous situation. For the most part, bee swarms aren't a direct hazard, but if you accidentally stumble too close to one, things could escalate quickly. Our team at Alpine Farms is qualified to perform a safe and efficient removal of any bee swarms around your home.

What Is A Bee Swarm?

With temperatures warming up, bees like to use this time to divide the nest and set out to expand their colony. When this happens, it is called a swarm. The queen bee will take about 60% of the original colony will leave in search of a good, safe place to start building a new hive. Generally, they like to cluster peacefully around tree branches but they can also swarm around street lights, garden sheds, electrical boxes and other high, covered places in your yard. If you see a swarm in your yard, don't waste a single minute and call Alpine Farms to come out and safely remove the issue.

Issues Caused By A Bee Swarm

Again, bee swarms are usually docile but one of the main issues with them is that they are out looking for a new home. This means that they could end up a little too close to your family. Inside the walls of your home and inside your attic are very common places a swarm likes to settle in after scouting out the safest place for a new family. Another issue with a bee swarm is that it means that there is another bee colony on your property because they typically don't fly too far from the original nest.

What To Do If You Find A Swarm

First things first, never attempt to collect a bee swarm. Not only is that best left to the professionals at Alpine Farms, but bees are not the only swarming insects and depending on how high the swarm is, you might not realize that it is actually a swarm of wasps or yellow jackets. The size of a swarm depends on how big the original colony is and the number of bees in that swarm is not something you want to play around with.

Alpine Farms Swarm Removal

At Alpine farms, our team is certified and licensed to remove any possible dangerous pests from your yard. We guarantee that the swarm will be fully removed in a safe and efficient way to make sure you and your family are safe. Call Alpine Farms today to see how we can help!

Bee Removal For Southeast Florida

We provide Africanized Bee Removal for the following Southeast Florida Counties and Cities. Have a bee problem? Contact us today!

Indian River County, FL

St Lucie County, FL

Martin County, FL

Palm Beach County, FL

Broward County, FL

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

Have a problematic bee swarm? We're here to help!

Based in Palm City, Florida, Alpine Farms Bee Removal serves all of Southeast, FL. Whether you have a small infestation of yellow jackets or a large Africanized Bee Swarm, we can handle any stinging insect problem in any location and any size.

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
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