Detecting the Signs of Termite Damage in Georgia

Termite Damage

Do you suspect that structures in your home have suffered termite damage? You may think you are being paranoid because your home is protected by a termite contract with a pest control company. In this kind of situation, your imagination running away with you would be the ideal explanation. However, sometimes a company that is contractually obligated to control termites on your property may fail to meet those obligations.

Most structures are vulnerable to attack from termites, contrary to the belief that these pests only destroy timber structures. Everything from wood to plaster and metal sidings may suffer damage as the result of a termite infestation. It is therefore important to recognize the signs of a termite invasion on your home.

Dealing with Your Termite Control Company

If you have already agreed to a termite contract with your termite control company, your first port of call is likely an inspection request. A professional pest control contractor should have the knowledge and tools necessary to confirm the presence of termites.

The results of an inspection may determine the presence of termites and identify any damage. At this state, you may wish to make a complaint related to breach of contractual obligations. Homeowners often run into problems at this stage, as the termite control company or their insurance provider may cite complex terms in the contract to avoid any liability for the termite damage to your home.

Termite Contract Lawyer

Homeowners who feel that a termite control company is being less than scrupulous in honoring the terms of a termite contract should contact an experienced lawyer. Attempting to overcome the impasse may prove frustrating and fruitless. Hiring a termite contract lawyer will provide you with support from a legal professional who understands the terms of your contract.

Reach out to the Taylor Anderson Law Firm today if you feel like you are not receiving fair treatment from your termite control company. We can provide a free initial review of your case.

Posted on behalf of Taylor Anderson Law Firm

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