I am a beginner and will be attempting to get bees out of two houses on our property. I'm down near the Mexico border and these bees are very protective. If I get within 10' of the hole they will come after me. I ordered a Robo Beevac and until it and the hives get here, I will be watching a lot more videos. So you put the brood comb in the frames in a different hive, then the vacuumed-up ones, and then stack them up and mix together? I need to watch more.
If they are African bees in a residential area and they are not removed properly, you can cause some pretty serious problems for anyone or animals within several hundred feet of the hive. The bees will attack people in another area completely separate of the hive area.
I recommend you contact a qualified AFB remover before attempting to do this. Talk to your state inspector. He should have some training. They had a class at our bee college this year. I didn't take the class but the problems were brought up later in another class.
If you do the removal, you will need to have a queen ready and an isolated location for this hive to give it time to call down.
This is not a newbee job.