The adult beetle emerges from the timber between April and June. After mating, the female lays clusters of eggs on timber in joints or cracks. When the larvae hatch they bore into the timber and remain there eating it from within for up to 5 years. When they are finally ready to pupate they tunnel to just below the surface of the timber where they then turn into the adult beetle and finally emerge after having chewed away the final section of timber.
Clear Round Pest Services can offer woodworm treatment with a 30 year guarantee and back up bonded guarantee if required. Clear Round Pest Services is an approved contractor with Permaguard Ltd.