Carpenter Bees Pest Control

and Extermination Service

Carpenter Bees Pest Control

and Extermination Service

Carpenter Bees Pest Control and Extermination.

For Carpenter Bees Pest Control and Extermination we employ insecticide spray or dust in the problem areas of the structure. For indoor treatment, the premises would need to be vacated before the treatment can begin. Our service includes a 7 months limited warranty. Occupants can return after 4 hours of the insecticides application.

There are several species of Bees that may suddenly swarm over your property and work to establish a nest. If you find it threatening and uncomfortable, we provide services to exterminate the threat and restore peace of your dwelling.

Carpenter Bee

IMPORTANT: Carpenter Bees extermination is best done by the professionals.

Sealing Holes

Plugging or Sealing drilled holes forces Carpenter Bees to make new holes or remove the sealing material.
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Holes made by Carpenter Bees

Golden Excrements

Even if the Bees are not seen themselves, noticing golden excrements near holes that drilled upwards or somewhat sideways is a tell-tale sign of Carpenter Bees.
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Carpenter Bees Nesting Inside Bored Holes

Ultimate Insecticide Spray Application

Pest Free Living™.

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Carpenter Bees Pest Control

Insecticides may be in the form of a Spray, Dust, or Fog. Carpenter Bees extermination involves:

  • Initially, Carpenter Bees are targeted directly by insecticides.

  • Next, Carpenter Bees nesting and hiding areas are treated.

  • As well, Carpenter Bees foraging and feeding spots are treated .

  • Also, Carpenter Bees entry and exit points are treated.

  • Lastly, Carpenter Bees egg laying spots are targeted.


How to Prepare?

Please do following prep.

  • Clear out and Clean areas and spaces where Pests are seen.

  • Vacate property including pets before Insecticides Application.

  • Stay out for 4 hours.

  • Consider shutting down Air systems.

  • Insecticides Fog may falsely trigger smoke alarm.

  • Some insecticides may have a petro-chemicals like smell that lingers for a few days.

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