Carpenter Bee Damage

Carpenter bees are known for the damage they do to wooden structures. Also known as wood bees, carpenter bees nest by drilling into wood. Contrary to popular belief, they do not eat wood. If a pile of sawdust is seen next to a wooden rail, deck or wall, it is likely that a carpenter bee is actively burrowing.

Left unchecked, years of carpenter bee nesting can cause serious damage. Carpenter bees should not be ignored. You wouldn’t let someone walk up to your house and starting drilling half inch holes in all the exposed wood. Don’t let carpenter bees do it either.

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Years of carpenter bee damage.
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Sawdust piles are signs of carpenter bee drilling.

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