If fleas have invaded your property, then you can easily eliminate them with the help of PEST XTERMINATORS. Just book your flea treatment in London from us and leave the rest to the professionals. The bloodsuckers stand no chance against our flea control methods.
How To Identify A Flea Infestation
Usually, it's really easy to identify a flea infestation, especially if there's a cat or a dog around the home. However, complete extermination of the entire flea population is a task with high difficulty. One of the best ways to spot a flea infestation is keep an eye on your furry pet animal as the blood-hungry insects will definitely go after it. If your pet is jumpy and nervous, occasionally scratching as if there's no tomorrow, then examine its fur closely. You might notice tiny black dropping, irritated skin, and even missing patches of hair. And if you are lucky, you could stumble upon the actual fleas.
On the other hand, if you don't have a pet, then you might be the immediate victim of the fleas' feeding habits. If you notice any skin complications such as reddening, itchy marks and so on, then you've been bitten!
When your pest controller arrives at your property, he will carefully examine the site to determine the level of infestation and what would be the best course of action against the fleas.
Your pest removal specialist will spray a special insecticide at the affected areas. This anti-flea solution has a very long residual period – up to three months. It also ensures the immediate eradication of fleas and their eggs.
When the pest exterminator is done with the treatment he will even offer to share with you some useful flea prevention tips with you.
Before & After
Your Flea Control
Before Flea Control, it would be best if you:
If you have a pet animal (even fish and other tank dwellers), take it somewhere else on the day of your service.
Hoover all areas that are affected by fleas.
When it's time for the flea treatment, leave your property.
After Flea Control:
The place has to remain empty for at least two hours so the insecticide can settle properly.
When you return home, air out all rooms for at least ten minutes.
Do not clean and hoover the treated areas for at least four days.
Fleas are about 2.5mm long. They don't have wings but their legs allow them to perform super-jumps. They are stealthy and fast. In other words, Mother Nature gave them the necessary gear to quickly attach themselves on warm-blooded prey. Fleas lay their eggs in various places. There are many suitable spots between your yard and household which makes establishing the full extend of an infestation quite difficult. When a flea egg hatches, a larvae emerges. It will feed on the droppings of other adult fleas (which consist of undigested blood) until its morphing powers kick in. The larvae goes through an in-between period before it turns into a graceful adult. The larvae will shut down like an anxious teen and form a pupal casing. This is known as the pupae stage of the metamorphosis during which the adult flea will form. Soon, it will join the mammal conquering horde and contribute to all processes mentioned above, thus closing the wonderful cycle of life.
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