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Coto De Caza residents, we know that you have many choices of Termite Repair Contractors, and we appreciate your consideration. It is our privilege to serve this beautiful and gracious community.
Why We Love Crafting our Termite Repair in Coto De Caza:
It’s well known that Coto De Caza is nested in the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains and boasts a dramatic country environment, with beautiful vistas throughout the community. We particularly enjoy working and crafting our Termite Repair in Coto De Caza because of its friendly people, beautiful views, temperate weather and proximity to Home Depot, Lowe’s and the Toll Road.
"Coto de Caza (meaning game preserve in Spanish) is a census-designated place (CDP) and guard-gated private community in Orange County, California. The population was 14,866 at the 2010 census.
The CDP is a suburban planned community of about 4,000 homes and one of Orange County's oldest and most expensive master-planned communities. The project began in 1968, when it was envisioned as a hunting lodge, now the Lodge at Coto de Caza, and the community was completed in 2003. Around the town, there are still undeveloped lots available for purchase. The majority of the community is tract housing, with collections of custom-built homes on the outskirts off the main streets.
The Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park
The Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park, which is open to the general public except after rain, surrounds the community of Coto de Caza on its eastern, northern, and southern borders. The park is a Wildlife and Plant Sanctuary and is known for its biological diversity. It is known for its oak groves, sycamores, and two creeks. The park is home to mountain lions, that have been known to attack without warning. Nearly 500 acres (2.0 km2) in size, it features approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) of equestrian, hiking, and biking trails. Its nature center houses an educational center for outdoor education for local schools and community groups. It also serves as an ecological preserve for the native endangered plant and animal species. The park is maintained and paid for by Orange County Parks, and is administered by Park Rangers and maintenance staff."