It is not a pleasant sound that carpenter bees make while they are chewing into your home. They are looking for a place to build a small gallery for rearing young. While their wooden burrows are small, the damage they do is not. Fortunately, carpenter bees are not as aggressive as yellow jackets or hornets. These are solitary bees, though they act aggressive, and the females can sting, but they are more bark than bite.
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Carpenter bees can be a difficult problem, and once they find the spot for their galleries the bee game is on. The best way to treat for them is being proactive and treating the areas of interest in early spring. Carpenter bees do not eat the wood so flavor of wood is not a concern, but soft woods such as cedar and redwoods are much easier for them to chew into.