What Should You Do When Termites Have Damaged Your Southern California Home Or Business?
As much as we can try to prevent bad things from happening, sometimes the worst-case scenario plays out. When it comes to termites, the worst-case scenario is not simply having a termite infestation but having damage to your structure from that infestation. Termites eat wood, so when they get into your Los Angeles County, Orange County, or Inland Empire home or business, they will chew tunnels through any wooden structure they can find. Over time this can cause severe damage to those structures, even to the point of making your building structurally unsound.
Because termites remain out of sight the vast majority of the time, if your home doesn’t already have active termite protection, it may be at risk. Having a termite inspection performed is a wise decision, even if you don’t think termites are present. If you have an inspection done and the worst-case scenario plays out, all hope is not lost thanks to Cura Termite and Pest Control.
Woodwork Services From Cura Termite and Pest Control
Along with our termite inspection and treatment services, Cura Termite and Pest Control offers woodwork services to repair termite damage. During our thorough termite inspection, we don’t just look for termites themselves. We look for signs of termites and the damage they cause. As part of our inspection, we check:
- Wood trim
If we find damage in any of these areas, we’ll document it and provide you with an estimate for the wood repairs. We offer all types of repairs, from cosmetic to structural, and everything in between.
What Sets Us Apart
Cura Termite and Pest Control stands apart from other pest control companies because we specialize in termite control, and handle every aspect of your termite-related issues. Protecting your Orange County home or business from termites, eliminating active termites from your property, and repairing the damage termites have caused are all within our expert capabilities.
If you have wood damage from termites or haven’t had a termite inspection performed, contact us today to get started on your way to a safe, structurally sound, and termite-free home or business.