Flea powders and sprays can be bought over the counter at
Supermarkets. But invariably
if the cause is not identified,
they return. Its always best to call in a
Fleas are tiny, irritating insects. Their bites are itchy and sometimes painful,
and getting rid of them is hard. They reproduce quickly, especially if you have pets in the household.
Professional pest control treatment may be required. Even if you don’t have pets, your yard can potentially play host to fleas, and you may end up with a bunch of mysterious bites.
They don’t grow much larger than the tip of a pen, and they range from light brown to almost black in color.
They get around by jumping from place to place, as they don’t have wings.
They’re also almost impossible to get rid of without a pesticide treatment. Their thin, flat bodies and hard shells mean you often need to squeeze them between finger nails or two hard surfaces to kill them. Even then, where there is one, many often follow.
Flea bites are pretty distinctive. They remain small, unlike mosquito bites. If a flea bites you, you may experience one or more of the following visible signs:
bites that appear as small, red bumps
a red “halo” around the bite center
bites in groups of three or four, or in a straight line
bites that appear around the ankles or legs (their most likely location)
Flea bites are also common around the waist, armpits, breasts, groin, or in the folds of the elbows and knees.
We have the right equipment, treatment agents, and expertise so call our
fast response unit and we will help sort the problem out quickly and efficiently.