BEE REMOVAL

Every spring swarms of bees will be flying around looking for a new home. Once you notice that they are trying to overtake your house then you will have to be alarmed but not to the point that you want them dead! Spraying them to death is one of the things that will come in your mind right away, however this is not the right way of getting rid of Continue Reading

BREAKING BEE NEWS

Tree trimmer attacked by africanized bees released from hospital sunday For the first time, a tree trimmer stung about 500 times by Africanized killer bees on Saturday described the attack. He was working on a tree in the front yard of a home in Safety Harbor when he cut through a massive hive. “This giant swarm just came directly at me. It’s like they knew who did it,” Ralph St. Continue Reading

PEST CONTROL HOUSTON

More About Our Company Tips On How To Find The Best Pest Control Services in Houston As the fourth largest city in the United States, Houston is not only home to multicultural communities. The same is also home to diverse pests that can spoil your peaceful life in the city such as ants, bedbugs, termites, and many others. No more worries, it is also home to reliable pest control Houston Continue Reading

BEES KILL DOG IN MIAMI GARDENS

A South Florida family was mourning the loss of their dog Friday, but experts say they could’ve died too if the bees would have attacked them. Brenda Williams doesn’t have children, just two dogs. “I talk about my dog everyday, everyday, and now this,” Williams told CBS4’s Gio Benitez. But Friday, one of them lay dead in her front yard. Africanized bees living deep inside a tree in her backyard Continue Reading

TESTIMONIALS

What are people just like you saying about Alltek Bee Removal everyday…… “I highly recommend Alltek for bee removal. Frank was the person sent out to our home and with efficient service, the bees were removed in less than 1 hour. The hive was directly over my garage and the quick response service that I received was awesome. I will recommend them to everyone I know for a bee problem.” Continue Reading

ARBORIST STUNG BY 500 BEES GOING BACK TO FINISH THE JOB

He had bees on his arms, legs, face, nose and ears. And when Ralph St. Peter opened his mouth to scream, the bees piled in his mouth. Bees went up his shorts and down his shirt. “My body was totally encased in bees,” St. Peter said, recounting co-workers’ description. “You couldn’t actually see my body. You just saw the frame of my body.” St. Peter was discharged from Mease Countryside Continue Reading

EXTERMINATOR

Once you discover that you are infested with unwanted organism inside your home then you should know how to perform home extermination by yourself or how to seek a professional to help you in extermination. A lot of money is wasted all around the world in the attempt of eliminating household pest that is disrupting sacred spaces inside every home.  There are so many strategies develop and practice in order Continue Reading

TERMITE CONTROL

A termite is considered as one of the most destructive pest that can penetrate any buildings or industrial structures. Detecting their infiltration is really hard that sometimes they are already destroying your property without your knowing. Extermination of termites can also be very hard because sometimes you thought you’ve already eliminate them completely only to find out that you actually failed to do so. They can be very tricky and Continue Reading

TREE TRIMMER, BACK AFTER BEE STINGS, KNOCKS DOWN POWER POLE IN SAFETY HARBOR

The Africanized honeybees swarmed the tree trimmer’s head and within seconds, his whole body. “They were inside my ears, my mouth, my nose – everywhere,” Ralph St. Peter said Monday, two days after the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said he was stung as many as 150 times. “They had to cut my clothes off. My whole body was encased in bees.” He said the stings of the bees felt “like Continue Reading

THE ACREAGE, FL BEE NEWS

Renter stung 140 times inside bee-infested home Bees were found between the floors, in the windowsills and even pouring out of the walls of a Fort Myers home. And now, two people are in the hospital after being stung hundreds of times. It happened in a house on a dead-end street in the Tice area of Fort Myers. “We get stung so much, our animals get stung and our friends Continue Reading

Why choose Alltek Bee Removal?

We do LIVE removals of non Africanized honey bees at every opportunity. By now everyone’s heard that the honey bees are dissappearing. That news inspired Alltek Bee Removal to give back to our roots- beekeeping. By providing you with the option of live honey bee removal we get to save a precious resource and you get to give back to the environment, it’s a win win. Help us rescue one Continue Reading

KILLERS BEES SWARMING CENTRAL FLORIDA?

Experts say African bee colonies are increasing and migrating northward, soon covering the entire state. Eric Uneberg was walking his dog Sasha beneath the live oaks in the backyard of his Marion County home when he got a strange feeling that he was being watched. He looked around as the hairs on his neck began to stand on end. Nothing to the right or left. But as Uneberg turned to Continue Reading

LANDSCAPER RECOVERING AFTER BEE ATTACK

A South Florida landscaper is recovering at the hospital after he was attacked by a swarm of bees. Andres Calvo is telling his story from his hospital bed after he was stung 150 times by bees, Monday afternoon. “I was on the lawnmower cutting the grass in the backyard. All of a sudden, I felt something over me, I could hear the sound of the bees. They came out of Continue Reading

IS BUZZ ABOUT BEES FOR THE BIRDS?

Whether all the buzz about a suspected Africanized killer bee hive in Summerfield is warranted is something only the bees themselves may know. That’s because even though more than half of the unwanted bee hives removed from residential and commercial properties are Africanized – or full of aggressively defensive bees – the hives are indistinguishable from those of their more passive European honey bee cousins. That’s the situation unfolding at Continue Reading

FAQ

“I was happy. They did a great job at a fair price.” -Cindy, Tampa Q: Are they honeybees or some other kind of bee? A: Honeybees are shades of brown with black stripes on the abdomen. They are similar in size to Yellowjackets and fly in a similar fashion. It’s difficult to tell the difference if you are not used to looking at them. Yellowjackets have a deeper yellow with Continue Reading

PALM BEACH COUNTY BEE NEWS

Bees sting four hunters and a dog Hunting party ATV drove over a nest in southwest Palm Beach County A hunting party of four and their dog were stung by a swarm of bees after driving over a nest in an all-terrain vehicle in southwest Palm Beach County, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. At least one woman was in the hunting party in the Holey Land Continue Reading

SWARM OF BEES ATTACKS TAMPA MAN, PARAMEDICS SAY

They were trained to wait for the fire hoses before confronting a swarm. But when two Tampa Fire Rescue paramedics arrived at the home and saw a man writhing on the ground covered in bees, they knew they couldn’t delay. “The guy could see us,” said Justin Thompson, one of the paramedics. “I couldn’t imagine just sitting there waiting for backup.” Neither relished the idea of wading in among the Continue Reading

LATEST NEWS ABOUT BEES

People stung by bees at dania beach park Four people, including two young children, were treated for bee stings today in Dania Beach. The group of two adults and two young children were visiting Greenbelt Park at Northwest 10th Griffin Road in Dania Beach when they were stung. The children were taken to Broward General Medical Center as a precaution. The Broward Sheriff’s Office has asked county maintenance workers to Continue Reading

TAMPA MAN CUTTING LAWN STUNG OVER 100 TIMES BY BEES

The two young paramedics called out to a man covered in bees Friday morning, asking him to come closer to their ambulance and hoping all the bees wouldn’t. “They were swarming,” said Sophia Cardenas, a firefighter with Tampa Fire Rescue. “He had a look of desperation on his face.” The 47-year-old man had been cutting grass at 1224 E Park Circle just before 11 a.m. when the bees attacked and Continue Reading