Best Bee Brothers, LLC
Pine Wood Carpenter Bee Box Trap
Our classic all-wood Pine Wood Carpenter Bee Box Trap helps control carpenter bees while keeping them out of sight.
Why We Love It:
A little discretion can go a long way. That’s why we designed our classic pine wood carpenter bee box trap to conceal the less appealing aspects of bee prevention. Our original trap stores captured bees inside the pine wood body. Inspired by the same patented behavioral design as our Best Carpenter Bee Trap, the carpenter bee box is the next generation of discreet home bee defense.
- Covers a 15 ft. radius for optimal outdoor protection
- Patented, species-specific, bio-behavioral design mimics the real nest of a carpenter bee (learn more about their nesting habits here)
- Proprietary funnel system reduces clogging and prevents carpenter bee escape
- Funnel and bee collection chamber discreetly located inside the trap – out of sight, out of mind!
- Aerated cap permits sound and scent to pass through, attracting more carpenter bees
- Pesticide free
- Low maintenance – no bottles or jars to replace!
- Lightweight and easy to use
- Weight: 1.5 lbs.
- Trap Dimensions: 7” W x 4.75” H x 6.25” D
- Minimal assembly required
- Includes chain and S hook for easy hanging
How to Hang It:
Each carpenter bee box trap includes a hanging chain and an accompanying S hook. Minimal assembly required makes installation a breeze – just screw the S hook into place, attach the chain, and hang it up high. The trap will do the rest!
Getting the Most Out of Your Trap:
The carpenter bee pine wood box trap is about as low maintenance as it comes, but there are a few things we think you should know.
Our field testing has proven these traps are more effective when hung up high in areas with plenty of sunlight. That’s why eaves and roof overhangs are ideal locations for placing all Best Bee Brothers carpenter bee traps.
If your infestation requires more than one trap, be sure to give them some breathing room. We recommend about 15 ft. between traps for best results. To get the most out of our pine wood carpenter bee trap, you’ll want to pair it with our BEE-Licious Bee Bait. This step is optional, but we recommend you try it to jump-start the process.
Finally, to ensure the best trap experience we can offer, we recommend inspecting your home in early spring for last season’s carpenter bee nests. Carpenter bees prefer not to “drill” for a new home if they don’t have to, so plugging any existing carpenter bee holes will help direct the bees to your trap and is one of the best ways you can support your trap system. Not sure what to use to plug a carpenter bee hole? Try our Hand Dipped Wooden Corks!