Carpenter bees are often mistaken for bumblebees. They are the ones drilling into and ruining your trim. The problem with carpenter bees, besides borrowing into your wood, is that woodpeckers will peck at the wood to get at the carpenter bee’s eggs. Carpenter bees are not aggressive and rarely sting. We know how to deal with them without pesticides, poisons, or chemicals. For more information, go to our Carpenter Bee page.
Bumblebees are not as aggressive as yellow jackets, though they will sting when provoked. They are one of our main pollinators, just behind the honeybee. We like to remove and relocate bumblebee hives if possible.
These critters like sandy soil. They are big and scary to most people. They can sting though they usually do not attack pets or people. They are a nuisance though and should be removed. We have developed all-natural ways of eliminating cicada killers.
These wasps can sting but are relatively harmless. They are the ones plastering mud on the side of your house or building. We do all-natural removal of mud daubers as well.
There are many different varieties of solitary bees. They do have stingers but rarely sting. They are pretty easy to remove if the property owner wants us to.