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Flea treatment by certified
Starting from £165
Protect your home and pets by booking our effective flea extermination
You could be de-fleaing your cat or dog on a regular basis and still have a flea infestation at home, gone out of hand. Why? There are two main reasons for this:
- Flea eggs are difficult to kill - Eggs are not killed 100% by a standard fipronil pet treatment. They drop on the floor (your carpet, in between floor boards and in your pet’s bed), where they soon hatch. The young fleas jump back on the host - your unsuspecting dog or cat, despite their flea collar.
- You’re dealing with a secondary infestation - You’re unaware that a rodent family in your attic has brought fleas into your home.
Often, without a professional flea treatment and comprehensive control, the parasites will simply thrive and keep breeding.
How we execute the flea removal service
The flea exterminator will visit your property and will carefully examine it to figure out the type and level of infestation. Then the expert will determine the best treatment
The expert will spray affected areas with an insecticide, effectively eradicating any fleas in the process. With its residual effect, it will remain active for a long time.
When full treatment service is booked your fantastic flea exterminator can return upon request after some time to examine your property again.
The technicians will offer you some helpful advice on how to avoid any future trouble with fleas and will provide a report for the performed service.
Why choose Fantastic pest control against flea Infestation
The technicians are equipped with powerful and approved products
Emergency flea treatments available, upon request
24/7 customer support
Feel free to contact our friendly staff at any time that is convenient for you
No need to be at the property
For your convenience, we can arrange key pick up and delivery
What else is required to achieve the most effective treatment result?
Prior to the anti-flea treatment, make sure to take the following measures:
When the flea treatment has been completed:
Flea Control FAQ
Q: How to get rid of fleas?
A: Treat your pet for fleas regularly. Keep bedding clean and vacuum furniture, floors, and skirting boards regularly to help destroy fleas at every stage of their life cycle. Remove the dust bag from your vacuum after each use to avoid flea eggs and larvae developing.
Q: How much does it cost to get rid of fleas?
A: Flea removal costs between £80 and £350 depending on the severity and takes three to five hours. Keep in mind that these are basic prices that may increase depending on your situation. For example, the level of infestation will determine how many treatments are needed.
Q: Can fleas live in your bed?
A: Fleas take advantage of warm environments, and a bed is ideal. Adult fleas lay eggs within the mattress material and excrete faecal matter to feed larvae.
Q: How long can a flea infestation last?
A: A flea can survive for a year in ideal conditions but only one to two weeks without a host. Once all the eggs mature, emerge, and die, the infestation will be over.
Q: Will vacuuming everyday get rid of fleas?
A: You can remove every flea egg before it becomes an adult and produces more eggs by vacuuming daily. The best way to get rid of fleas is to vacuum your carpets daily, including under the furniture and right up to the skirting boards.
Q: Can a pest control get rid of fleas?
A: A residual insecticide is applied to any infested premises. All floor surfaces are treated with insecticide. Eggs and pupae will continue to develop throughout the treatment, ultimately emerging as adult fleas. A residual effect of the insecticide will kill newly-formed fleas.
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