Carpenter Bees Total FAQ

The best way to kill carpenter ants is to use a combination of methods. This includes identifying and sealing off entry points, removing food and water sources, and using bait or insecticide treatments. It is important to hire a professional pest control company for effective and safe control.

Carpenter ants are typically black or dark brown and can range in size from 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch long. They have large mandibles, six legs, and antennae.

Yes, carpenter ants have wings, but not all of them do. Winged carpenter ants are known as swarmers and are typically seen during the spring and summer months when they are searching for new nesting sites.

No, carpenter ants do not eat wood. However, they do excavate wood in order to create nesting sites. They prefer to nest in damp or decayed wood, but will also nest in dry wood.

Getting rid of carpenter ants in walls can be difficult because they often create satellite nests throughout the structure. It is important to locate the main nest and treat it with an insecticide or bait. Sealing off entry points and removing moisture sources can also help prevent future infestations.

There are several natural remedies that can help control carpenter ants, including boric acid, diatomaceous earth, and essential oils such as peppermint and tea tree oil. However, it is important to note that natural remedies may not be as effective as professional pest control methods and should be used with caution.