advise on wood boring bees


I have huge bumble bees – I guess that’s what they are. I have wood siding on my house and every year these stupid bees come in droves and bore holes in my wood. Not to mention they annoy me and my dog. I don’t have any idea where their nest is to get them there. Anything I can effectively treat them with? I’ve tried regular bee sprays and WD-40, but that only kills them one at a time. It doesn’t get rid of them in mass amounts. Thanks!

You actually have carpenter bees. To learn how to properly control them, you’ll need to first read our online article which explains everything in great detail. In the article you’ll learn about the dust you need to treat the nest directly and then the spray required to stop new nests from being drilled. If you still have questions, give us a call at 1-800-877-7290.

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April 12, 2010

Thomas Miller @ 10:51 am #

I have carpenter bees just under my down sprouts and the holes are about 25 feet from the ground. Is there any extension divices that I can use to get to the holes?

Thank you,
Tom Miller

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