Lawyer Handling Termite Lawsuits In Isle Of Palms And Sullivan’s Island
Do you believe that termites have invaded your home in the Isle of Palms/Sullivan’s Island area? Perhaps a contractor was working at your home and noticed evidence of an infestation. If you are concerned about the presence of termites, it’s imperative that you schedule a full inspection, even if you have a termite bond in place. Termites are resilient pests and can make their way into homes in a variety of ways, from ground colonies to “swarming,” which is indicative of a particularly aggressive termite species called the Formosan subterranean termite. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your termite issue, you may be entitled to seek some form of legal action.
Have you recently purchased your home under the premise that it was termite-free, only to discover that it was not? Do you suspect that the pest control company was less than forthcoming about potential problems in your home? Perhaps you’re concerned that the technician made a mistake or error while servicing vulnerable areas that have become a magnet for termites.
As a termite bond lawsuit attorney serving the Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island, the Taylor Anderson Law Firm understands how frustrating and expensive it can be to deal with the aggressive nature of termites. Therefore, if you’re wondering what your legal rights are, call today for a free review of your claim. You may be entitled to seek compensation through a termite bond claim.
What Are Formosan Subterranean Termites?
Found in homes and buildings, as well as boats, crops and trees, Formosan subterranean termites are, without question, the most destructive termites species along the coastal regions of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Unlike other species, these aggressive pests have the ability to form colonies above the ground, given that the location retains moisture. They do so through a technique called “swarming” or flying when temperatures become warm and humid during late spring and into summer.
With ease, Formosan subterranean termites devour large timbers including oak, maple and cypress trees. They also pose a serious threat to ships and barges, and they eat through utility poles and electrical wiring. Though eastern termite species naturally gravitate to their ground colonies, the Formosan subterranean termite works to establish satellite colonies near to where other existing colonies are. This means that if a colony is already flourishing in a wall of a home, the termites will remain there to expand their territory nearby. The relentless nature of this termite species results in significant structural damage to homes and buildings in a few short months.
In the aftermath of the damage created by Formosan subterranean termites, homeowners often discover that internal walls and even flooring may have to be removed. In some cases, homes may need to be stripped completely.
Perhaps you live in the Isle of Palms or Sullivan’s Island area, and you suspect that you have a Formosan subterranean termite infestation, despite the existence of a termite bond. Contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm in Charleston for legal guidance for your next steps. As always, an evaluation of your claim is free of charge.