Wednesday, May 15, 2013

DeLand Honey Bee Colony in Garage Wall

DeLand Honey Bee Colony in Garage Wall
DeLand Bee hive in Garage Wall

This colony of bees started building this nest about 2 weeks ago, gaining entry through a tiny gap around a plumbing hose bib. A hole only needs to be 1/4" to allow bees enough space to enter voids such as this uninsulated garage wall. Within months, this space could be filled with a hundred pounds of comb, honey, pollen and bees. If you come in contact with these stinging insects, call the experts.Contact the stinging insect specialists, entomologists, beekeepers, licensed and insured. Call now!!!!  (855)930.BEES or visit

Contact the Stinging Insect Experts at (855) 930.BEES (All Counties in Fla.) or submit a bee removal FREE inspection here!
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