Well you have all the right equipment to start. However you don't want to leave it all an at once if you have no bees yet. Take off all those mediums. Start with just one deep. You don't want to add supers or other brood chambers until the bees have filled out about 80% of the first hive body. Extra brood chambers so soon make it harder to keep the hive warm, or invite wax worms or other critters. You have to let the bees build up first. And take out the queen excluder. You don't want to use one unless you are trying to keep the queen from laying in a honey super, or for other reasons you haven't got to yet. If you had it there to keep the package from absconding, there are better ways. Spray your foundation with sugar syrup with just one or two drops of lemongrass oil or Honey-bee-Healthy. Especially if it's plastic foundation. With that and feeding syrup, they won't leave. Good luck and bee happy!
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