I Pest Control helps your household or business get rid of fleas quickly. We understand how important it is to ensure all fleas and their offspring are eliminated. Our proven techniques are designed to be comprehensive, covering every square inch of your space.
A single flea is hardly a nuisance, but when they multiply, it happens quickly. In addition to this, fleas can also carry and transmit several diseases, which can cause a significant decline in your health. It's best to address the situation right away, and that's where we come in with affordable solutions that leave your property feeling inviting again.
Reach our licensed experts to discuss your situation with a professional that puts your needs first. Dial (305) 416-8744 to get started with a complimentary quote.
How to Get Rid of Fleas
If you've already tried everything you can to prevent and eliminate fleas, but you're still itchy with fresh bites, it's time to call in the professionals. While some over-the-counter products may help to reduce the problem temporarily, the nature of fleas means they multiply rapidly, and you may feel like it's a battle you can never win.
Our proven techniques make it impossible for fleas to exist in your home. Our safe application techniques and thorough methods ensure your home receives the best flea treatment, and once that's complete, you can get back to enjoying your space in no time at all.
We're looking forward to helping you restore the value of your property and your peace of mind. Reach our team for a detailed explanation of our methods and the answers to any of your questions.
4 Signs of a Flea Infestation
Are you worried fleas may have found their way into your home? Have you spotted some things that gave you pause? Are you unsure of what to look for to investigate the situation further?
To help with this, our experts have put together the following list of 4 signs you're dealing with a flea infestation:
- You are finding fleas on your pets, and they are frequently scratching.
- You notice flea dirt or tiny white flea eggs around pet areas, in the cracks of hardwood flooring, and carpeting and rugs.
- You have many itchy bites, particularly on your ankles.
- You find flea dirt or eggs in your bed.
Since fleas are so tiny and difficult to spot, you may not notice their presence until they've moved in and started biting heavily. If you suspect fleas may be the culprit, allow our licensed technicians to inspect and evaluate your property. From there, we'll work together to come up with the best flea treatment for your home and a prevention strategy that aligns with your budget.
Get in touch with our experts to learn more about our inspection and treatment processes.