Good Bye Bees!

Save Your Home

Save your home from destructive Carpenter Bees, also known as wood boring bees. Our patented bee trapping design was developed after years of study and observation, resulting in the best carpenter bee trap on the market. The bee trap effectively employs simple design principles based on Carpenter Bees nesting instincts (different than those of the bumble bee or honey bee.)

The base of our Bee Trap is made by hand out of softwoods from renewable sources in the Pacific Northwest.

As soon as there is one bee in the trap, expect to see many more. The dead bees release a pheromone that is attracts other carpenter bees. The more dead bees, the more attractive the trap will get.

For the best results, hang or mount the traps on the corners and peaks of your structure. Carpenter bees love the warmth, it is perfect for mating, so be sure to hang the traps on the sunny side of your structure. Each trap will typically have a 15 foot working radius so make sure you get the proper amount to protect your entire structure. Hang multiple traps and treat any existing holes in your structure by clogging them with plugs, cork, putty or caulking compound.

Carpenter bees are active in the spring when they are mating and building nests. After their nests have been constructed and the eggs laid, the adult bees die. The larva grows in the nests and emerges in spring to continue the cycle. Once the weather cools, there is no need for the traps to be out. So as long as the traps are out with spring and away in the winter, they will do their job


• Carpenter Bee Traps can be reused by simply emptying the jar once it is full. .

• If you leave one or two dead bees in the bottle it will attract more bees

• You may attach a larger jar to the bottom of the trap if it is placed in a hard to reach area (less trips to empty)

• Also traps wasps, hornets & yellow jackets – Add 1 inch of soda and 5 drops of dish soap in the glass jar.