Termites are small and delicate insects that eat and break down wood and to return it to the soil. Termite damage to your home can represent very large financial losses. What may seem to be minor damage to baseboards or windows can actually be an insight into the much more devastating damage going on inside your walls and floors. If you have noticed this damage in your home then give our Alabama termite lawyers a call today.
If you received an Inspection Report when purchasing your home or business property and found termite damage soon after or if you have kept a termite control contract on your property and still have termite damage then you might have a claim. Sometimes pest control companies can be negligent or even fraudulent and termite damage can result.
The extent of the potential liability of these termite control companies depends on the terms and conditions of the contract between the property owner and the termite company. Therefore, in order for our termite damage attorney to determine whether you have a claim it would be very helpful if you could locate your contract with the company if you have continued to have a termite control contract with them. Some of the national companies that might have a termite control contract with you are Orkin and Terminix.
Some indications of a termite problem are small mud tubes (usually on foundation walls, baseboards, or windows), soft areas underneath painted wood surfaces, weak floors that can feel spongy and cause the rest of the room to shake when walked over, and small holes in walls with dirt or mud on them.
If you feel that you might have termite damage in your home then give our Alabama termite lawyers a call today for a consultation.