Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Bees in a Tree, Jacksonville, FL

Here is an african Bee Colony in Jacksonville, Florida. They have made their home in an old knot hole inside of a tree. We remove many nests like this, but the difference in our removals is they are done the correct way. We have re-done previously killed nests that have been re-habilitated by new bees because they were just killed and sealed with an expandable foam technique. This is not effective because rodents can get through that seal and then new bees move in. AllFloridaBeeRemoval's techniques are tested and proved to work the first time they are applied. It is important to remove the bees in your trees, expecially before you get an old tree cut down because when the tree falls they will be aggressive and will attack everything around them. Also due to the increased sightings of African Bees this is becoming more of a danger and you can be held accountable for this. 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 AllFloridaBeeRemoval.com

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