How to Get Rid of Carpenter Bees

How to Get Rid of Carpenter Bees

"How to get rid of carpenter bees" is a question many people find asking themselves during the spring and early summer each year. Though carpenter bees may at times look and act intimidating, they rarely sting (the male cannot sting, the female needs to be greatly provoked to sting). Though the damage to wood caused by a carpenter bee is much less than that of a termite, they can damage a structure over time and we'll describe how their tunnels can invite moisture and other damage. This site is designed to give a quick and informative summary for those experiencing a problem with carpenter bees.

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