Suffering from nasty flea bites on you or your pet? Fleas can be dangerous to have around your home as they feed on the blood of warm-blooded mammals and have the ability to transmit dangerous diseases that make you sick or possibly put you in the hospital.
Fleas are small and wingless. Their bodies are shiny and reddish brown in color, covered with tiny hair and are compressed to allow for easy movement through animal fur. Both pets and humans can suffer from flea bites. Despite the fact that most fleas don’t live on humans, they can bite humans bringing an uncomfortable itch or rash.
Flea season commonly peaks during the hot days, but these pests can actually be a constant problem. The time to start looking for them – and taking preventative measures to protect your pet from them is during the spring. But, if you see that your pet is scratching more often and with greater rush, you should check your pet immediately to determine whether or not fleas are present.
To determine if you have a flea problem, check your pet. Move back their fur to search for fleas or fleabites on the skin. Additionally, if they have been scratching more often, this may be a sign they’ve got fleas. Take your pet to the veterinarian, and then have your home treated professionally by a pest control expert. Only then can you control your fleabites and stop further itchy, scratchy bumps.
Yes. If you don’t have a pet, your fleabites could be coming from your yard or another person’s pet. Fleas prefer tall grass and shaded areas near decks, woodpiles, or storage buildings. Just as pet owners have to treat their homes if they become infested, getting rid of an outdoor flea infestation may require you to treat your property.
Living with bed bugs, not to mention sleeping with them, can be very uncomfortable and unhealthy. Don’t allow bed bugs in your home keep you up at night, or bed bugs found in your hotel keep your guests complaining.
There are many different types of cockroaches to keep an eye out. No matter what kind you discover in your home or commercial property, it’s best to have them exterminated immediately.
Termites are a serious matter. In only a short period of time, a termite colony can cause lots of dollars worth of structural damage to your home. When you have a feeling termites on your property, you need to act right away.
Ants are extremely capable and intelligent insects. Though harmless, they can be a problem when they invade your home or business property.
Spiders are frequently one of the most terrifying pests. Though beneficial for our ecology, most people choose spiders to stay outside where they belong.
Rodents may look cute but unless you’re keeping them as pets, you’re not going to want them hanging around your home for extended periods of time.
Fleas are more than just an annoyance; they can be painful and dangerous. When they bite a host, they cause an allergic reaction which produces a raised swollen area.
This bite will itch and can stay itchy for weeks after the initial bite. Flea bites can cause hair loss in animals as well as infection from scratching and in severe cases cause anemia from blood loss.
Fleas don’t only cause itchy bites; they can spread disease from host to host. There are a variety of diseases that fleas can transmit such as Bubonic plague and even tapeworm. They also leave a lot of mess from their waste and reproductive cycles. You could have eggs and larvae living in your furniture, bedding, carpets, and on your pets.
The good news is that you don’t have to live in a flea infested home, we can help you get rid of all of these pests safely and effectively. While other companies might use harsh chemicals to exterminate the fleas, we want to keep you and your loved ones safe while still giving you a clean and flea-free home.
Call us today, and we will assess your situation, come up with an extermination plan that will work for you and give you a free quote. Don’t live with the frustration that fleas can bring any longer, let us help you live more comfortably!