Cal Coast Termite Pest
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Locally owned and operated since 1995, we pride ourselves on providing the best professional termite and pest control in the Los Angeles metropolitan region. At Cal Coast, we are committed to ensuring our customers the highest quality of service and satisfaction. Upon completing treatment, you will have peace of mind knowing your family's home is free of infestation and protected for the future.

A complete inspection for termites, pests, and existing structural or cosmetic damage is always free of charge. Our licensed and bonded inspectors will take the time required to investigate any suspicious evidence of infestation and/or damage, determine its cause, and explain our findings to you. We will provide you with a recommendation for treatment when indicated and a detailed estimate of the options available.

read more › We are always 'Ready to Serve', combining Old Fashioned work ethics with modern technology and only the best products available in our industry. Cal Coast Termite & Pest Inc., founded in 1995, is a fully integrated termite company specializing in local treatments for termites, fumigating only when necessary. We began as a small, family owned company servicing residential homes and the Real Estate industry. Our service now includes residential, real estate, multi-unit complexes, and commercial services.

read more › Cockroaches thrive in warm environments that provide food, water, and shelter. Roaches hide in cracks, crawl spaces, and other dark places during the day and come out at night to feed. Pesticide sprays alone will not control roaches and are not usually required. Baits provide better control. You must integrate several strategies to make your home a less roach-friendly environment. Thoroughness is essential for effective control. There are six species of cockroaches in California that can become pests: German cockroach, brown banded cockroach, oriental cockroach, smoky brown cockroach, American cockroach, and Turkestan cockroach.

read more › Silverfish and firebrats are nocturnal and hide during the day. If the object they are hiding beneath is moved, they will dart toward another secluded place. They come out at night to seek food and water. Both insects prefer dry food such as cereals, flour, pasta, and pet food; paper with glue or paste; sizing in paper including wallpaper; book bindings; and starch in clothing. Household dust and debris, dead insects, and certain fungi also are important sources of food. However, they can live for several months without nourishment.

read more › Is it a termite or an ant? Many people are confused when they see 'flying ants' and cannot determine if the insect is truly an ant or a termite. Obviously, it is important to know the difference. This image should help you decide what kind of insect it is. The ant's body is constricted, giving it the appearance of having a thin waist; the termite's body is not constricted. The ant's hind wings are smaller than its front wings; the termite's front and hind wings are about the same size. Winged female and worker ants have elbowed antennae; the termite's antennae are not elbowed.

read more › There are two kinds of termites to look for in southern California: Drywood Termites and Subterranean Termites. For a detailed description of these types of termites, check out our page on Termite Control. Here you will also find an excellent diagram to help you identify whether your unwelcome guests are ants or termites. Swarming occurs annually as new adults leave to create new colonies. Most termite species swarm in late summer or fall, although spring swarms are not uncommon for subterranean and drywood termites.

read more › Because of our busy schedule of inspections and treatments, the office is accessible by appointment only. You may write to us at our address: 3333 Elm Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90807. Please call us if you need to meet in person as we may not be available for walk-in contacts. We are open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Call us at (562) 426-3566 or (800) 683-7765. Our fax number is (562) 426-3511. After hours, please leave a voice mail and we will return your call on the next business day.

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