When a bee hive is in a tree and is a fair distance away from the apartment or house it may not pose a danger to yourself and your family but if the hive shows up in or near your home (such as in your kitchen or your garage) then it can be a severe issue. Honey bee colonies are a vital part of the habitat around us and shouldn't be destroyed unless removing the hive is totally impossible. If need be; it may have to be removed for the sake of your loved ones and your pets.

If getting rid of a bee hive (Flow Hive) is a necessity in your home or yard then among the safest and most sure fire means of doing this is to contact a local keeper. This is a professional who is accustomed to dealing with bees on the regular because he or she keeps them for the purposes of making honey, pollen or beeswax as well as for pollinating both fruits and vegetables. A keeper who has been doing this for some time will remove the bee hive and take it back to where he keeps another colony

You may discover that there is no bee keeper in your community where case in that unfortunate case, calling a qualified pest control business is in your best interests. Call a few firms and find out what they charge before you hire one to visit your place of residence.

Bees do not like smoke so this is another form of bee hive removal that you may want to try. The presence of smoke, particularly smoke that's constant and heavy will make them beat a hasty retreat out of the hive. Once they're all gone the hive can then be removed from your house, condo or apartment. Burning incense can help accomplish this end but make sure that you are safe once you do this.

A soap and water solution can work but is better left up to a professional rather than an amateur. Most people are amateurs when it comes to eliminating a hive so that's why they should leave it to the experts who know their stuff well. Soap is capable of dissolving the waxy exterior of the hive while at the same time protecting the awesome bee hive bees from drowning in their own hive home. You will need to be very cautious doing this which is why it's suggested that professional assistance is sought out in this example.

You don't want an environment on or around your home that will attract bees into it. The less encouragement you give to the bee colony the better. Bees are drawn to homes and gardens for a number of reasons. When you have not found a bee hive on your property yet, then reduce the potential that one will be made by eliminating any open water resources on your property. This includes open fountains and any leaking tanks.