Carpenter Bee Removal and Prevention services.

Carpenter bees do structural damage to your home and are very expensive to correct the damage. Carpenter Bees are often confused with bumblebees. They are roughly the same size and color but are not as fuzzy. Female a Carpenter-bee can drill into wood and lay eggs. The holes they create in homes can present an ideal source very other insects to nest and gain access to your home.

If Carpenter Bees are left untreated they can do a lot of damage to the wood structure of your home. A Carpenter Bee is a solitary creature.  They are called “carpenter bees” because of their tendency to build their nest in some type of wood.

It’s important to first Identify and make sure you dealing with a carpenter bee. The Bumblebee is about the same size and is quite beneficial in pollinating our flowers and fruit trees. If you are not sure to upload a picture to a1beespecialists.com

Carpenter Bee Tips

A1 Bee Specialists first suggest performing a detailed inspection of your property for areas where you suspect carpenter bee activity. Carpenter bees are most active in the spring and fall season. Keep an eye out for holes made in wood siding, railings, fencing and yellow fecal stains on wood and sawdust (frass).

Residual dust or liquid can be used to control Carpenter Bees. Once the galleries have been treated, use wood putty to prevent reinfestation. You can be stung by carpenter bees during treatment so use proper precautions to ensure your safety. This includes wearing long sleeve clothing, gloves, goggles and other protective equipment like a bee veil.

It’s best to contact a Bee Specialist to solve your Carpenter Bee Problem. This will lessen the chance of family, pets and loved ones getting stung.

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Had a big problem with Bee’s tried to fix it myself then called someone else still had bees. Called and talked with Carvin he said he could take care of it and he came right out and he sure did take care of the bee problem.

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