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Specialized Bee Removal Services

Personalized Pest Control employs highly trained and experienced bee removal experts. Our knowledge of bees and their habits allow us to effectively and safely treat and eradicate existing beehives in and around your home. Our beehive elimination program is highly effective in removing existing bees and preventing the re-formation of future hives.

In Naples, bees and wasps can cause pest control issues all year-round. Local stinging insects swarm several times a year due to the temperate and favorable climate of Southwest Florida.

Swarming occurs when a hive “splits.” Splitting occurs when a new queen bee is born and each queen is left with half of the bees. When the hive splits, the new queen will leave the pre-existing hive with half of the bee community to establish a brand-new hive in another location. At this time, upwards of 5,000 swarming bees known as “scout” bees travel in search of the perfect location for the new hive. This hive can be established in nearby trees,  offsite, and roof lines of your home as well as inside of your home and in on-site utility boxed.

Though the sight of swarming bees may be frightening, it signals the perfect time to call our experienced Naples bee removal specialists.  Personalized Pest Control employs the most highly trained and experienced Naples bee removal experts in Collier County. Our Naples bee removal expert can deter swarms from establishing a hive on your property and can effectively and safely treat and eradicate existing beehives in and around your home. Our beehive elimination program is highly effective in eliminating existing bees on your property and preventing the re-formation of future hives.

Bees may choose to build their hive in your backyard, or even in the walls of your home. Regardless of location, our experienced professionals will safely remove the threat of bees to your Naples home.

Signs Of Bee Infestation
  1. Excessive number of bees and bee nests around your property.
  2. Active nests located in trees, your garage, shed, attic, and eaves, or hidden in wall
    voids.
  3. Unpleasant odor within your home, dark spots on ceilings and walls. This is a result of
    decaying honeycomb.

 

Bees Commonly Found In Southwest Florida

 

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