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Carpenter Bee Control

While bees are beneficial insects, they occasionally decide to live in an attic or wall void, where they may pose a stinging threat to people and pets. People can become highly allergic to bee stings which can result in anaphylaxis and be potentially fatal. The much publicized “Killer Bees” have not yet become a problem in Southern California.

Carpenter-bee

Carpenter Bee Control

Slightly more than one inch in length, these chubby little bees can cause annoying damage to fences, patio covers, rafter tails, and many other areas around your home and garden.

The female bee chews a tunnel parallel to the wood grain to excavate nesting space. Collecting pollen and nectar to make “bee bread,” the female deposits the bread in the end of the tunnel, and lays a single egg. The larva consumes all the food and pupates in the tunnel into the next generation of bees.

This process can repeat in the same area year after year, eventually causing structural weakening of the wood. While the adult bee is not aggressive, it can sting if accidentally squeezed. Carpenter bee control and treatment involves treating the tunnels and sealing the holes from re-entry.

Termite Services Include:
  • Termite Inspections
  • Termite Control
  • Termite Extermination
  • Home Inspections For Termites
  • Home Sale Termite Inspections
  • Residential & Commercial Buildings
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Any “wood destroying organism” which can attack structures is also treated by Flatline Termite Control services. The common wood destroying organisms are included in the list below.

  • Termite Inspections
  • Termite Control
  • Termite Extermination
  • Home Inspections For Termites
  • Home Sale Termite Inspections
  • Residential & Commercial Buildings
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