Hire Fantastic Pest Control for Flea Treatment
Fleas usually infest human-inhabited properties by being brought in either by people or pet animals. It’s hard to spot them due their small size but you can surely feel their presence as they can bite humans as well. Also, if you notice that your cat or dog is scratching uncontrollably, then you should take immediate measures. Fantastic Pest Control will gladly provide you with an effective flea control London service.
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The professional flea exterminator will come to your property at a day and time that suit you best.
He will carefully examine the property to figure out the type and level of infestation. Then he will get to work.
Your Fantastic pest control expert will spray affected areas with an insecticide, effectively eradicating any fleas in the process.
The insecticide used in our flea fumigation treatment has a residual effect which means it will remain active over time. In other words, fleas won’t bother you again any time soon.
When full treatment service is booked your fantastic flea exterminator can return upon request after some time to examine your property again. This way he will determine if the initial treatment was fully effective.
If you have purchased a full treatment package, you would be eligible for 2 extra follow up visits in case the infestation persists. Please note that they need to be requested within 3 months after the initial treatment.
At the end the technicians will offer you some helpful advice on how to avoid any future troubles with fleas.
Flea Treatment Prices
Flea treatment prices for 1 bedroom property
|One-off Treatment (single visit only)||£125|
|Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*||£159|
|Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**||£235|
Flea treatment prices for 2 bedrooms property
|One-off Treatment (single visit only)||£135|
|Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*||£169|
|Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**||£245|
Flea treatment prices for 3 bedrooms property
|One-off Treatment (single visit only)||£145|
|Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*||£179|
|Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**||£255|
Flea treatment prices for 4 bedrooms property
|One-off Treatment (single visit only)||£155|
|Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*||£189|
|Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**||£265|
– Prices are applicable for residential properties only.
– All insects treatments include treatment of the affected areas only.
– No further charges go on top of the rates except parking and congestion, if applicable.
– £20 additional charge on all night jobs (night job is considered between 8pm and 5am appointment time)
* Treatment with a 1-month guarantee consists of 1 major visit + 1 follow-up in a 1-month period. Please mind that a follow-up can be organised only upon your further request.
** Full treatment with a 3-month guarantee consists of 1 major visit + 2 follow-ups in a 3-month period. Please mind that follow-ups can be organised only upon your further request.
*** If your property has more than 4 bedrooms, contact us for a quote.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do fleas feed on?
Fleas thrive on mammal blood, and females, in particular, can consume as much as 15 times their own weight each day. While adults get their nourishment from household pets, such as cats and dogs, their larvae prefer feeding on dandruff, discarded skin, and other organic debris.
Can fleas dwell in carpets?
Fleas are fond of warm temperatures (preferably around 26°C) and need blood to survive, so carpets are not a suitable environment. They can, however, lay eggs there or remain dormant until they can jump onto an unsuspecting host, be it animal or human. Other places where they typically lie in ambush include furniture, bedding, clothing, and areas around the garden.
Do they live in human hair as well?
Out of more than 2,000 species, only one (Pulex Irritans) is known to feed on human blood and live in their hair. The rest, however, will simply use a person’s hair as a means of transportation in order to get to the warm-blooded animal they actually prefer.
How do I get rid of fleas inside my home?
There are many ways to combat these tiny, blood-sucking grasshoppers. Make sure to put all pet bedding or other materials on which your pets like to lie on (bathroom rug, sofa, etc.) in the washing machine at a high temperature. You can also use insect growth regulators to stunt newly hatched larvae, bathe your pet with flea shampoo, or simply vacuum all affected areas.
What if fleas have invaded my bed?
If you suspect that fleas have invaded the privacy of your bed as well, you should start the treatment as soon as possible. This includes washing all your bedding, vacuuming all nearby surfaces to pick up potential flea eggs, and keeping your pet away from your bedroom until your flea infestation has been thoroughly dealt with.
Are fleas vulnerable to cold weather?
Fleas are very susceptible to cold temperatures, but they will not perish overnight. For instance, it would take about 10 consecutive days of cold weather (2°C or less) for fleas that have remained outside to die. However, during that time they can easily sneak their way into your home, especially if you own a garden or a pet, so you should always keep an eye open.