Hi, I live in Washington State where we are noted for rain, especially in the winter months! I am adding my 7 frame Super Flow to my existing deep brood 10 frame boxes. Living in the NW I have my all my hives leveled towards the front of the hive to keep the rain from entering the hive. However to use the the Super Flow I will have to re-level my hive towards the rear. It’s looking like my only option is to re-level my hive during the summer and then re-level in the fall which is somewhat inconvenient. Have others had this problem?
Also I noticed the bottom board sold from HoneyFlow is built for the hive to be leveled towards the rear. Since I ordered the Super Flow I don’t have this bottom board. But I’m wondering with those who do have this bottom board and live in an area where rain is common, if there is any concern of the rain entering the hive?
Thanks for any responses! Mike