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Termite Inspector CT: Carpetner Bee Damage

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

Termite Inspector Carpenter Bee DamageTermite Inspector CT: Carpetner Bee Damage. Carpenter bees usually construct nests in exterior wood such as siding, fascia boards, trim, and log homes. A round holeĀ is chewed in the wood surface then a tunnel is bored, usually at 90 degrees to the entrance.

The tunnels that are constructed by the female carpenter bee in CT may be re-used and made larger year after year. This tunneling eventually weakens the wood. (more…)