Bee Removal Services for Hialeah, Florida
Expert Bee Removal Services That are Affordable
Your Bee Control Experts
Bees are an important part of our ecosystem and should be celebrated for their role in helping to sustain life on earth, but nobody wants their home or business in Hialeah subject to the annoyance of a bee infestation. Bees can prove harmful if left unchecked – they might even cause structural damage to your property. That’s why our team control experts will assess your situation and ensure all bees are removed safely and relocated to a safe environment where they can thrive.
If you need an affordable and comprehensive way to get rid of bees from your property in Hialeah, All Bees Removal is here to help. We use non-toxic compounds that are safe for both people and bees while also ensuring high standards in service quality at all times.
We are a member of the Florida Beekeepers Association, which allows us to rescue bee colonies and relocate them in order for their populations to continue pollinating crops. Our services provide long-term solutions so we’ll help you repair any structural damage that could result in future infestation – just call today.
Bee Removal Services
All Bees Removal has been providing quality services for years to help protect your family and ensure the continued vitality of this important insect species in our lives. We offer several types:
• Beehive Removal – We know how important it is to get rid of any unwanted guests, and we won’t just leave a beehive behind. Our team will help you clean up the space where they were living as well as treat against returning bees, which may occur if not dealt with properly.
• Bee Swarm Removal – The parent colony of a swarm is always close by. If you encounter a swarm of bees, call All Bees Removal immediately so we can assist in removing it and ensure no harm comes to you or the bees – especially since many swarms become aggressive when they feel threatened or cornered.
• Structural Repairs – Beehives can cause major structural damage to buildings. That’s why we’re always on hand, ready with our team for the removal process. We make sure any openings are sealed up and repaired after the inspection so that your building is completely safe
• Bee Infestation Prevention – Bee infestation can be a seriously scary situation, but our team has the know-how and experience needed to help protect your home. We will treat all around your home’s perimeter in order to prevent any bees from coming back again.
Reasons Why We Need Bees
Bees are often seen as pests because they nest and sting, but this is further from the truth. Bees are one of nature’s most useful creatures – they play an important role in helping us with our food supply through pollinating flowers which produce delicious fruits and vegetables.
A few other reasons why we need bees:
• Produce the oxygen we breathe
• Used to create many medicines
• Keep waterways clean
• Prevent soil erosion
• Provide food and cover for wildlife
• Absorb CO2, counteracting global climate change
• Produce 1/3 of our food supply by giving us fruit, vegetables, and nuts
• Produce 1/2 of our oils and fibers (cotton for clothing and other raw materials)
The decline in the bee population is a serious concern, especially since it’s been happening at such an alarming rate. Scientists have attributed some causes to pesticides and climate change combined with other factors like habitat loss but they’re not sure what else may be responsible for this trend toward fewer bees every year.
That’s why it’s important that instead of exterminating them, you call the professionals at All Bees Removal who can help get the bees safely removed from your location and relocated elsewhere so they can continue to thrive.
Bee removal doesn’t mean we exterminate them, as all our bee removals are done safely and with care. We take the time to relocate one of nature’s most beloved creatures into a more suitable environment where they can thrive. Our staff is trained in soft techniques that don’t harm or kill any insects during relocation – instead focusing on moving them out of harm’s way.
It’s no secret, we are passionate about bees. As a company that owns and operates a bee farm, we make sure to give them the best care possible, which includes always providing an environment where they can thrive as well as help humanity. Let our team of bee relocation experts work with you in solving your bee problem together.
What Are the Signs You Have a Carpenter Bee Infestation?
The carpenter bee is one of the most common species found around homes in Hialeah. They build their nest mostly from soft and unpainted wood, such as window trim or fascia boards; however, they also seem to like cedar more than hardwood trees like cypresses.
The signs of a carpenter bee infestation include:
• Perfectly round drilled holes in any wood, inside or outside.
• A yellow stain around the drilled hole (bee’s waste and pollen).
• Constant hovering and aggressive buzzing around you.
• Woodpeckers will come near because they like eating carpenter bees and will begin to peck at the wood.
If you are seeing any of these signs, give us a call today for a free consultation.
Wasps can be quite aggressive if they feel threatened and can quickly turn on you, unlike bees. Plus, wasps are more difficult to get rid of than bees. If your home or business in Hialeah has an issue with wasps, then let All Bees Removal help. We offer removal services for both wasps and bees. Give us a call today.
Hialeah, which became a city in 1925, has a rich and illustrious past. The 1925 Hialeah Park Racetrack is one of the most significant and well-known historic sites in the city. The future of Hialeah also depends on Hialeah Park. Hialeah Park resumed in November 2009 with quarter horse racing after a brief time of the Park’s closure for racing, and it is currently undergoing a multi-staged comprehensive renovation.
The construction of an entertainment complex including a hotel, restaurants, casinos, shops, and a theater is part of exciting plans. A new, recently annexed three square mile tract called “Hialeah Heights” that will soon be turned into a lovely residential and commercial district in the northwest part of the city is just as significant to Hialeah’s future as is its past.
Many Cuban refugees have historically lived in Hialeah, also referred to as “The City of Progress.” Numerous statues and parks are dedicated to leaders and heroes who have influenced the culture of many city dwellers. Hialeah, a welcome immigrant neighborhood with a Hispanic population of over 94%, is now home to Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, and other Hispanic groups, making Hialeah a culturally diverse and dynamic city.
our service area
Since 2005, we have provided bee relocation and removal services to residents and business owners all around the Miami-Dade County, Broward County, and West Palm Beach area.
We have happy customers in and around cities like Davie, Hialeah, Hollywood FL, Hallandale Beach, Parkland, Biscayne Park, Fort Lauderdale, and other parts of Miami and South Florida. If you’re tired of bees buzzing around your head, call our beekeepers and you can “bee” our next success story!