WE CAN STOP THE TERMITES & DRY ROT FROM RETURNING!
We Specialize in Termite Control by Correcting the Environments
that Promote Termite & Dry Rot Damage.
Laguna Niguel Termite Control, OUR CREDENTIALS:
At almost four decades, Blue Knight LN holds the distinction of one of the longest in business of all Termite Control contractors in Laguna Niguel.
We're not just another Contractor. Blue Knight Termite Control and Construction was established in 1980, and has helped refine the Termite and Dry Rot industry locally for almost four decades. There are many good contractors with high standards and good intentions, some of whom do a fine job, but too often others fall short, you've heard the stories. Honestly...Nobody does it like us..
Part of the problem with the Termite Control industry is a lack of understanding of the weather proofing systems which create environments that promote Dry Rot and attract Termites. The national guidelines for exterior carpentry, are extremely flawed when it comes to weather resistance. At Blue Knight Termite Control Laguna Niguel, we exceed national standards by far. We practice higher standards as defined by us.
We Truly Set The Bar...
Laguna Niguel Termite Control, CONSUMER TIPS:
Consumer Tip 1:
The Lower the Lic #, The Longer In Business.
Check Our Lic. 452151 and 390685
COMPAIR AT THE CSLB , www.cslb.ca.gov
Consumer Tip 2:
It is Unlawful for a Roofing Contractor to Provide Wood Repair Services
With the following Exceptions:
a) He also carries a framers or general contractors license. (Class B or C5)
b) He hires or subs out to the properly licensed contractor. (Class B or C5)
c) The woodwork is a minor part of a larger roofing project.
See CSLB License Classifications at www.cslb.ca.gov.
Laguna Niguel Termite Control, WHERE IT STARTS
Termites and Dry Rot often starts with reoccurring dampness which weakens the wood...
An important part of Termite and Dry Rot Wood Replacement is to correct the flaws that caused the damage in the first place. Common Causes are Leaky Roofs and poor weather proofing techniques on Windows, Fascia Boards and Patio Covers.
Homeowners in the coastal OC Cities such as Laguna Niguel including myself are constantly faced with reoccurring wood maintenance on our homes, Termite and Dry Rot Repairs are at the top of the list.
Sometimes it seems like the upkeep on our house is never ending, and expensive repairs become necessary much too often. As both a homeowner and contractor in Laguna Niguel, I feel that when wood repairs become necessary, it is very important to also to eliminate the environments that cause Dry Rot and Termite conditions.
Termites and Dry Rot are a result of reoccurring contact with water or dampness. Roof leaks, siding leaks and exposed wood such as patio covers, fascia boards and decorative wood beams are common problem areas. We propose that when it comes time for major wood repairs, you should also consider having the contractor correct the flaws that caused the problems in the first place.
The California Contractor's State License law requires Termite Control contractors to display their license number prominently along with all advertising. A wise consumer should make a note of the termite repair contractors license number when shopping. It's also a good idea to check it with the Contractors State License Board, for the following: Date issued, Insurance, employees, Disciplinary actions, etc...
A very important bit of data is how long they've in business under that particular license number. No excuses should be accepted like "we were in business under another number before". The current License number is the only one relevant to you, because that is the number and business you are dealing with currently.
In California, the terms of all home improvement projects over $500 (combined material and labor costs) must be in a contract and include specific information about your consumer rights and responsibilities. This contract is the most important communication tool between you and your contractor; it should identify all project expectations to help avoid misunderstandings.