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When it comes to pests that can damage the wood on your property you might not think about bees. Most bees create hives, are highly socialized and thrive in huge numbers.
Carpenter bees love to build their nests in soft woods like pine, redwood, cedar or cypress to lay eggs.
Carpetnter bees are generally not dangerous to humans, but over time they can do serious damage to wooden structures around your home.
Rentokil Steritech has highly trained carpenter bee prevention and treatment experts ready to find them, remove them and prevent them from coming back.
Call Rentokil Steritech at 1-800-837-5520 or contact us online to request an carpenter bee inspection and treatment by a licensed Technician.
Keep to the schedule - Part of our high standards of customer service is that we make every effort to show up on time. When we schedule a time with you, we know that your time is important and we take that into consideration.
Highly trained and equipped - We are constantly training our Rentokil pest control experts so that they have the latest methods, equipment, tools and techniques to find carpenter bees wherever they hide.
We find the carpenter bees - We determine if there is a current infestation. There are certain signs of a carpenter bee infestation and we search all of the untreated, unpainted wood structures around your home or business. We look for telltale signs like carpenter bees hovering around holes or flying erratically.
Carpenter bees leave stains on wood and they bore perfect 1/2 inch holes. They like to hide in places like eaves, window trim, facia boards, wood siding, decks and outdoor furniture.
We treat the problem - We use the right methods to treat the problem if we discover that there are currently carpenter bees inside your home. We work with you to find the right treatments and take into consideration things like your family, pets and other needs.
We stop them from coming back - We also provide advice on how to prevent carpenter bees from returning. Things like painting or varnishing wood or using pressure treated wood can prevent return infestations. Covering wood with aluminum siding or vinyl siding will stop carpenter bees cold.
The process is more than just removing the current infestation. Our highly trained carpenter bee experts find ways to stop further infestations. We recommend steps a customer can take to prevent their property from future carpenter bee problems.
If you have a question about carpenter bees or to schedule an carpenter bee inspection, call Rentokil at 1-800-837-5520.
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