Preventing carpenter bees from coming around each year.
Identifying which bee is which that you're dealing with can be hard by looking at them, since they all look like bees right? Try to watch what the bee does and where it goes to determine its species. If flying in a 3/8-inch hole in your deck or other parts of the home where wood is exposed, it will most likely be a carpenter bee. Seeing a bee flying into the ground means it could be a bumble bee. Honeybees are very social so you will normally find them in groups especially when close to hive. The bee that you're seeing will depend on how we can help, look at our services for how we render aid for these pests.
Carpenter bees and bumblebees look very similar but can be easily picked apart by behavior. They may also be confused with honeybees and that's why it's important for proper control methods. We will contact a local beekeeper if honeybees are your concern. We handle carpenter bees and bumblebees often and can solve this problem immediately.
Frequently Asked Questions About Pest Control
Are treatments safe for kids and pets?
Absolutely, when it is applied appropriately and respected as a treated area there is no risk to humans or animals.
Do I need to leave during treatment?
Most cases no, although some situations may need treatments that require the area to be vacant for period of time. We will notify you when requesting service or at inspection if required and give time to prepare.
How much does pest control Cost?
The amount for service will vary between pest and options, size of the property and extent of infestation. See menu below to find extermination and pest control plans.
How long does the treatment take?
Most treatments can take up to an hour and even longer, a better estimation can be given when booking your service.
Do I need to sign up for a plan?
Of course not, it is recommended but we can still solve any pest issue as a service itself if you prefer.
Do I need to prepare anything?
Not before the inspection, some treatments may need preparation involved before a treatment, we can walk you through the process if that is required.