I bought two hives from an old beekeeper which he started as nucs by getting frames from several hives. The problem is he only used nine frames in each and spaced them equal distance apart. I'm sure you know what happened. The bees have built bridge and bur combs all over the place and it is almost impossible to remove them for inspection without tearing everything up. I have put a deep super on each and they are drawing out the foundation. One hive even has some larva in the top super. What can I do to remedy this situation? I would like to have ten frames in my brood chambers but can't squeeze another one in without crushing the bees and possibly the queen. HELP PLEASE. BOBBY