Tropical Apiaries provides effective low-cost bee removal services from walls, roofs, attics, chimneys and other odd places bees nest in with solutions for recurring problems.

Bee removal is often dangerous and difficult so it is best to prevent it before it happens. A few bees in the house or bees buzzing around the exterior, a chimney, vent, or eave is usually sign of a beehive. An established beehive typically will consist of 10,000 to 50,000 bees. An average beehive can have 25 to 100 lbs of honey and comb. Removal of the honeycomb is the key to solving a bee problem and not creating bigger problems that require additional pest control for rodents and bugs, structural repair from melted honey, and more bee removal problems in the future.

If the bee colony has just appeared and is congregating outdoors, it is called a swarm. In the lower half of the United States an average swarm may be about 5,000 bees and about the size of a football and often beard shaped and Africanized. For the remainder of the United States and Canada, the swarms are generally larger and more European. In the case of a swarm, it can be best to leave it alone; bees will typically rest on a tree, bush, or an external structure for a few days before moving on. If the bees have not left within a few days, bee removal is the next option. If the bees are in your wall, attic, chimney, roof or an enclosed area, the sooner you address the problem the less honeycomb we will need to remove.

Tropical Apiaries
Bee Removal Service & Bee Farm 

Specializing In Bee Removal, Relocation,
and Extermination Services

Serving Dade, Broward & Palm Beach Counties

Swarm Trapping

We offer this unique service to people finding themselves infested by honey bees every year. We put swarm traps in the area containing a swarm lure. By doing this, we attract the swarm into a trap where they start making a new home. The swarm trap service helps to prevent honey bee infestation by giving them a more attractive place to be. When a colony goes into the trap we will come out and replace it, relocating the bees to our farm.