Few pests can cause as much havoc to our homes and buildings as termites. By the time the average homeowners see the initial signs, enough damage has often already been done to compromise the strength and safety of the structure.
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According to reports from realty experts, termites are strongly attracted to the climate conditions of California. At the national level, the U.S. Department of Agriculture confirms that more than 600,000 homes are affected by termite damage and the estimated annual costs top $5 billion.
While wood is their preferred diet, termites are capable of making their way through various materials, including metal siding, plaster and others before finding their way to floors, ceilings and even furniture.
Here is a partial list of potential evidence of termite infestation and damage:
The first step is to stop the damage and call a pest control company to have your property inspected. Here a few things to look for in selecting the right exterminator:
If you have termite damage in your home and business, you’ll most likely need restoration once the pests have been exterminated.
J&M Keystone, Inc. has been proudly serving the San Diego community for well over 40 years. We’re licensed restoration providers and are equipped to handle all sorts of property damage.
For a free estimate, call J&M Keystone, Inc. at 800-368-2757.