By: Jeannie-rocky U.
Poppa Daves
My family and friends eat at Pappa Daves on a weekl basis and we have never been let down on the quality of food or service and we request special orders on our meals and have given our opinion on other items and they have always listened. For this I say that these people go above and beyond to keep you coming back so if you've tried it once and you had a bad experience tried again trust me. We love you Pappa Dave and Miss Connie and staff!!!! Five stars!!!!
By: ajbmart
The Miller Grill
Love the burgers and sweet potato fries! Very friendly staff!
Tips & Advices
Fumigation is dangerous to pets and humans. Liquid termicides, however, are safe to use around pets.
No. Because termite infestations are considered preventable, most home insurance policies do not cover treatments or damage.
It's best to treat an entire home to ensure the termite infestation is completely eliminated. Spot treating costs less, but increases the likelihood of missed colonies. In addition, spot treatments can make a home unattractive to future buyers.
The cost to eliminate termites varies depending on the method. Bait costs between $150-$300, while fumigation costs $1,300-$2,500. Heat treatment costs around $1 per square foot, so a 2,500 square-foot home would cost $2,500.
The length of time depends on the process used:
  • Fumigation takes approximately five days. The termites die quickly, but homeowners must remain out of the house until the chemicals clear.
  • Bait exterminations can take months to destroy an entire colony. The bait kills termites during the molting process. If an insect eats the bait and does not molt, it is unaffected.
  • Heat extermination takes approximately eight hours and is environmentally friendly. This process heats the home to 150 degrees F.

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