Here in New Jersey during the spring, carpenter bees can often be seen buzzing around the eaves of homes and are mistaken for “bumblebees”. While bumblebees are social insects, carpenter bees are not. It’s during the spring that carpenter bees emerge and begin to excavate tunnels for shelter and as chambers in which to rear their young. They usually attack unpainted objects such as doors, windowsills, roof eaves, shingles, railings, telephone poles, and sometimes wooden lawn furniture.
A carpenter bee issue around your home should not be ignored. Not only can carpenter bees cause unsightly holes, but they also attract Woodpeckers who are after the carpenter bee larva. RM Termite and Pest Control can solve your carpenter bee problem.
We offer free estimates for New Jersey Carpenter Bee problems so contact us today – call the office or schedule your estimate online