Flea infestations can be a major nuisance and pose health risks to both humans and pets. At Pest-Away Exterminators, we offer professional flea control services to help keep your property flea-free.
Expertly Trained Technicians
Our team comprises highly skilled professionals who undergo rigorous training to provide you with the best pest control services.
We offer comprehensive pest control services throughout the year, tailored to address seasonal pest activities and ensure your home remains pest-free all year round.
We understand that pest problems can occur at any time. That's why we're available 24/7/365, ready to tackle your pest issues whenever they arise.
We stand by the quality of our services. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we strive to exceed your expectations with our pest control solutions.
Our technicians conduct a thorough inspection of your property to identify the flea species, the extent of the infestation, and potential breeding sites. This information is crucial in developing a customized treatment plan. We also assess conditions that may be attracting fleas, such as pet activity or wildlife presence, to provide you with prevention advice.
We use high-quality, professional-grade products to eliminate fleas. Our treatments target adult fleas, eggs, and larvae, ensuring a comprehensive solution to the infestation. Post-treatment, we provide follow-up services to confirm the effectiveness of our treatment and ensure your property remains flea-free.
We provide follow-up services to ensure the complete elimination of the flea infestation. We also provide advice on preventing future infestations, including tips on pet care and maintaining a clean environment.
THE IMPORTANCE OF
Transmission of Diseases
Fleas can carry diseases like typhus and tapeworms, and can also facilitate the transmission of cat scratch disease from cats to humans.
Harm to Pets
In severe infestations, especially in young or small pets, fleas can cause anemia due to blood loss. They can also cause hair loss in pets due to frequent scratching and biting.
Fleas reproduce rapidly. A single female flea can lay up to 50 eggs per day, making infestations difficult to control without professional help.