Flea Pest Control
Fleas are a parasite that feed off the blood of humans and animals, easily jumping from host to host.
Fleas are a parasite that feed off the blood of humans and animals, easily jumping from host to host. During the warmer months, fleas multiply at alarming rates.
One sure-fire sign that your home could be at risks of a flea infestation,is if your pets repeatedly scratch themselves. Ensure your pet is checked by your vet and given the correct treatment to help prevent re-contamination.
Another sign of a flea infestation is something that may look like pepper or coffee grinds, which is in fact adult flea feces.
It’s also important to note that fleas may be brought into your home through various rodents that may be in your home already, so it’s important to inspect for rodents.
Fleas spread diseases from one host to another by their bite, which cause the skin to become red, raised and irritated. Scratching the bite can cause secondary infection. Diseases can be spread from one host to another and can transmit tapeworm larvae, particularly from pets to humans.
Treatment against fleas
General upkeep and cleaning of your household can reduce risk of infestation. However, if your home or place of business is already infested, contact us so we can assess the extent of flea infestation and work out a solution to your requirements.
- Full spray to carpets and skirting areas & external areas
- Full spray to carpets and skirting areas.