Posts Tagged ‘Carpenter bees’

It’s about time to install carpenter bee traps!

Spring is getting near and March is the ideal time you should have carpenter bee traps set to avoid damage to your home!   Carpenter bees are large black and yellow bees. They can frequently be seen in spring hovering around the eaves of your home or the underside of a deck or porch rail. […]

Woodpecker damage

With all the wood used to build log cabins and homes up here in the North Georgia Mountains it’s only natural that sometimes woodpeckers can be attracted to your house. Woodpeckers can be very damaging to your home. Holes can be drilled into wood siding, window frames, and trim boards. Woodpeckers prefer cedar and redwood, […]

It’s about time for Carpenter Bee traps!

Spring is fast approaching and February is the ideal time you should have carpenter bee traps set to avoid damage to your home!   Carpenter bees are large black and yellow bees. They can frequently be seen in spring hovering around the eaves of your home or the underside of a deck or porch rail. […]