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Unlike Bumble Bees or Honey Bees, you may be noticing Bees flying around your home and even making small holes in the outside of it!
Carpenter Bees, as the name states, are using the siding to burrow to make nests in the siding of your home, deck, or other wooden structure.
If you are seeing a Bee that is about two or three inches in size with the typical Yellow and Black coloring burrowing into your siding–it is most likely a Carpenter Bee.
Carpenter Bees seek shelter and food. Your yard may offer them any food they may need and the siding may be a great place to start burrowing out a nest.
Carpenter Bees seek out older and rotting wood and if your home has older siding or a deck has some wood-rot, that may be why Carpenter Bees decided your home is now their home.
Holes on the side of your home or any structure can be unsightly for homeowners. But, any burrows in wood can cause structural damage and compromise the infrastructures stability of your home.
Beyond your home, Carpenter Bees are capable of stinging you or your family. Anyone who has been stung before knows how painful it can be and it is at risk for infection. For those allergic, a Bee sting can result in anaphylactic shock, a potentially deadly occurrence for those allergic.
You need to call a Carpenter Bee exterminator to look at any damage, entry-points, and eliminate Carpenter Bees from your home and yard to keep your family safe.
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