If you have pets, including dogs and cats, it is a possibility that you will get fleas in your home. If you do, you could have a big problem on your hands, as fleas can be extremely annoying, thanks to their itchy bites, and they can also spread disease. Our flea control experts will help protect your pets. To make things even more complicated, they are tiny, so you might not even notice them at first. Since it takes so long to notice that fleas are present, by the time you realize that you have a problem, you could have a full-blown infestation on your hands.
By contacting a flea removal service, like 24H Pest Pros, you can get the best flea treatment possible, and rid your home and property from these pests. We have full flea control services available, and our professional team would be happy to help with your home infestation. As you read through, you will learn the following:
As mentioned, it’s difficult to see fleas, unless you are looking out for them and realize they are there. Unless you have a light-colored pet, you might have a difficult time seeing them on dogs and cats, too. In most cases, fleas get into your home from your dogs and cats, and they can pick them upright in your back yard or from other animals. If you bring a puppy home, it’s crucial that you make sure it doesn’t have fleas, too.
What do fleas look like? They are generally flat and small with a brownish-red color. They move quickly, and they can jump far distances. Their bodies are made of a tough exterior, so you can’t even always kill them by squeezing them if you can catch them, so trying to take care of them on your own can be difficult.
Often mistaken for lice or bedbugs, fleas feed on blood, and when they bite you, the effect is a red and itchy bump. People often mistake these for mosquito bites, as they look similar. However, flea bites often appear around the ankles, as they settle into the carpet, and the flea often bites several times, so you might see a cluster of bumps, which might look like acne.
Fleas don’t just live on dogs and cats. They also live on furry pet rodents, like guinea pigs, rats, and mice, and rabbits. The fleas lay eggs in beds, carpet, and even in the cracks of wooden or tile floors, and another sign you have fleas is the appearance of a substance that looks like coarse ground black pepper, which is the feces of fleas. At the end of the day, you will need our flea control services.
We can help eradicate fleas from your home in all 50 states, including in the following areas:
If you have tall grass on your property, a flea exterminator will tell you that it is likely that fleas are living in there. Once your pet…or even yourself, walk through it, you can bring them right into the home without realizing it. You can also get fleas in your home from other people or animals who come in. Once the flea transfers to your pet, they can multiply quickly.
You can partially avoid this by making sure your puppy, cats, or dogs are on a flea preventative medication from your vet. You should make sure to spray the yard, too, especially in overgrown areas.
There is no doubt about it…flea bites are annoying, at best…but they can get a lot worse, as they can quickly become infected. On top of that, many pets and people are allergic to flea bites, which can be a big issue. If you allow a flea infestation to get out of control, you could see a huge increase in the population, as fleas can lay up to 2000 eggs each year…and they do this right in your carpets, beds, rugs, and floor.
To get the best flea treatment possible, you can call us for flea control. We can send a flea exterminator right to your home, and we can apply the perfect treatment for your situation. Our flea removal service is safe for pets and your family, but it will quickly eradicate any fleas that have found their way indoors. While there, we can also look at your home and property for signs of other pests including:
Call us today to schedule an appointment and to learn more about our flea control services.
How do I get rid of fleas in my house fast?
Often, it’s easier to call a professional exterminator for help instead of vacuuming and steam cleaning on your own.
What chemical kills fleas and their eggs?
Boric acid can kill fleas, eggs, and larvae.
What kills fleas on dogs instantly?
You may need to see your veterinarian for Capstar or a similar product to kill the fleas instantly.