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Do carpenter ants eat wood?
And while most wood-boring insects are known to eat wood, carpenter ants actually don鈥檛. Instead, these ants build nests in the wood by making tunnels in them, particularly in damp or rotting wood.
How do carpenter ants get into your home?
Usually, carpenter ants start with chewing wood that has high moisture content. If left unnoticed, they will then continue making voids into the nearby wood furniture, drywall, door trims, PVC windows, and various other structures. Outdoors, they can chew through decaying wood, logs, firewood, stumps, trees, cedar siding, and much more.
What are the signs of a carpenter ant infestation?
They rarely damage sound wood, but once a nest is built, it allows moisture to build, leading to more wood rot. Carpenter ants vary in size from 1/2 inch to 5/8 inch long and can be black, a combination of black and red, red, or brown. Signs of a carpenter ant infestation include small holes in wood with sawdust and other debris below them.
Are carpenter ants related to termites?
While carpenter ants can burrow and colonize inside wooden structures, just like wood-eating termites, they are much different. Once you have identified the carpenter ants in your home, it鈥檚 time to fix the infestation.