Get rid of carpenter bees with DoMyOwn’s selection of professional grade products. Dusts, insecticides, and aerosol sprays can all be used to combat a carpenter bee infestation. We’ve also created a carpenter bee control kit to make selecting the right products easy.

Carpenter Bees Guide

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Carpenter Bee Killer Products & Information

Do you have a carpenter bee problem? If so then you are in luck because we are the pest control specialists that know how to get rid of and control carpenter bees. Here you will find some of the best carpenter bee control products available today. Don’t call an exterminator, we’ll show you how to exterminate those bees on your own for much less than hiring a bee control company to do it.

While all bees are usually unwelcome around your home, carpenter bees are especially a nuisance because of their destructive behavior. Carpenter bees are often considered beneficial insects, because they are pollinators and therefore very important. However, when they’ve been allowed to establish several generations in the wood of your home or property, they can become economic pests. While treating for these pests can be a daunting task, we can help you out with a step-by-step treatment guide and tips on how to get rid of carpenter bees without hiring a professional.

Did you know that there are approximately 500 different species of carpenter bees? The most distributed species among the 500 is called Xylocopa virginica. We call this insect “carpenter bees” because almost all 500 species build their nests in some type of wood. If you ever come across a carpenter bee chamber, take a look and see the amazing little tunnels they create inside. It’s really quite interesting to see how they live inside a piece of wood. It’s just too bad for them that they’re going to get evicted by you!

Pictures of Carpenter Bees

Here are a few carpenter bee pictures. See our carpenter bee identification guide to learn how to identify a carpenter bee.

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