How do we control this wood chewing pest?

Info taken from the publication Biology and Management of Carpenter Ants by Dr Dan Suiter

Carpenter ants are so-called because of their habit of chewing wood to create nest sites. They do not eat wood, like termites, but they excavate it with their strong, saw-like jaws to create random galleries where they nest. Carpenter ants are also a nuisance because of their abundance and large size. Finding Nests Is Key to Eliminating Carpenter Ants

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