Carpenter bees look like bumblebees, so many property owners are unaware that they even have a problem with these insects until they start noticing the damage they cause. Unlike most bees, carpenter bees are relatively solitary, and they live in wood tunnels instead of nests. When the weather is col
Taking care of the home should be the number one priority for every homeowner. Among other challenges in the home, most people experience bee invasion. There are various bee species, and while others do not cause structural damage, carpenter bees chew and damage wood structures. They get into the fe
Have you noticed perfectly round holes in wooden structures outside your home? Maybe in the roof of your porch, in window trim, or siding? How about piles of fresh sawdust (frass), or scraping sounds inside the wood? If so, you very well may have a carpenter bee infestation. What are Carpenter Bees?
If you have a problem with insects eating wood in or near your home, you need to find out what kind before they do any more damage to your house. Three kinds of wood boring insects are the greatest concern, because all of them will weaken and damage wood. The insects are termites, carpenter ants [&h