Carpenter Bees

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Carpenter bees are stinging insects that grow over an inch. Some of the largest members of the species can reach an inch and a half. The gender depends on the color of the stinging insect. Females are only black, but males are orange and black. They have shiny abdomen. Otherwise, they look like bumblebees.

Reasons Carpenter Bees Are In Your Home

Why have carpenter bees entered your home? Ultimately, they don’t want to enter your home. Instead, they want to remain outside and build nests on your property. They will drill holes in your wood siding, deck, and fascia. Once they’ve done this, they’ll dispose of the wood and use the hole to raise their young. They’ll severely damage your home if you let them.

Carpenter Bee Dangers

Carpenter bees can be dangerous to people and pets. It is vital to do something about them because they may sting. Nevertheless, the risk level is lower than you might imagine. Carpenter bees rarely sting. Females have stingers but are docile. Therefore, they should leave you alone. As for males, they cannot sting. Another problem is that carpenter bees will attract woodpeckers.

Eliminating An Infestation Of Carpenter Bees

Don’t delay resolving your carpenter bee infestation. Letting them stay on your property means more damage is being done. Call our office so we can get rid of these destructive pests for you.

DIY Carpenter Bee Treatments

You can try doing it on your own, but you likely won’t achieve your goals. Working with us is the best solution. If you want to guarantee satisfaction and your family’s safety, let us do get rid of these pests.

Carpenter Bee Removals That Protect You

Our company strives to provide you and your loved ones with safe carpenter bee solutions. We have specifically selected our products to ensure they won’t expose anyone in your home to dangerous materials. Instead, our methods depend on EPA-approved products.

Preventing Invasions Of Carpenter Bees

Keep carpenter bees away from your property by sealing or painting the softwoods around it. You’ll also want to switch to hardwoods.


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