Carpenter Bees: A Major Threat to Log Homes!

According to the United States Forest Service, carpenter bees are most commonly found on the East Coast and across the entire South of the United States. Carpenter bees burrow holes ½ inch in diameter into wood, becoming a major issue for log home owners! While you can fill the holes and try to combat future attacks to your home by paying for extermination or trying different repellant products, the damage to the wood is irreversible. Concrete log siding is a smart alternative, and with the same, classic log home look you will avoid all of the issues and insect threats that go hand in hand with a standard log home.

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