Carpenter Bee Control
Pest Management of Texas, Inc. in Dallas gets rid of Carpenter Bees in Dallas, TX, and surrounding areas. Carpenter Bees are active in the months of April through June. During these months female Carpenter Bees construct their nests in wood. Unfortunately, usually, these nests are constructed in the fascia boards, decks, and wood sidings of your home. Once the nest is constructed the female Carpenter Bee collects pollen. Once the pollen is collected she deposits the pollen in the perfect 5/8th hole she bored into your wood. At the end of that gallery, she packs that pollen. Then she deposits the eggs. For certain types of homes like log cabins, Carpenter Bees can cause serious damage and problems.
Time To Put The Tennis Racket Away And Call Pest Management of Texas, Inc.
Pest Management of Texas, Inc. treats the exposed sections of wood with a chemical that kills and stops them from boring holes in wood. The special equipment that we have designed allows our technician to apply the product in the highest places. Around roof lines, fascia boards, & peaks of your homes.
Our telescoping pole allows us to reach the highest places. You will never hear from us that it's too high to treat. Once the product is applied there is a waiting period of 10 days for the product to work and kill the Carpenter Bees. After the 10 day wait period, if the Carpenter Bees are still active, we will retreat at no additional charge. All of our services come with a service warranty.
We Provide Phone Quotes…No Need For Pushy Salesmen
In most instances, we can provide you with a phone quote. If you have been dealing with a Carpenter Bee issue, call the professionals at Pest Management of Texas, Inc.. We Get Rid Of Carpenter Bees in Dallas, TX, and the surrounding areas.
For professional carpenter bee control services in Dallas, TX, or the surrounding areas, contact the pest control experts at Pest Management of Texas, Inc. at (973) 513-3501. Our goal is for you to be safe and comfortable in your home.
About Carpenter Bees in Dallas TX
Size: ¾” to 1”
Color: Dark yellow and black
How to Recognize: Resemble honey bees, but much larger
Habitat: Nest in wood, preferably weathered and unpainted, and can often be found hovering around the eaves of houses, or wood fences.
Behavior: Bore round holes into wood to nest, but do not cause serious structural damage unless a large number of them nest in a particular area for a long period of time. Males can be aggressive but are incapable of stinging.
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