I've got three hives, two top bar, and one lang (8 frame mediums). I installed three packages at the beginning of April. I've got some experience with top bar, but I'm brand new with the foundationless. I thought things were going well until I opened them up today and noticed they were building 2 combs two a frame, making it very difficult to remove the frames. When I started, I put one frame with foundation to give them something to build off of. Everything on the far side of the foundation frame looks good, but the near side is as I describe above, doubled-up.
I am reluctant to "fix" the frames given how new the comb is. I also don't really want to set them back.
Is there any harm with just leaving it be? It should only be, at most, 4 frames that will be "messed up". I could eventually cycle these frames out, once the comb has hardened up and the colony has expanded into the top box, etc.