Fleas Control

Fleas are known to be carried by a number mammals and birds including household pets. Both male and female fleas feed on the blood of their host and their bites can cause skin irritation and localised swelling. Some species of fleas are not dangerous, as they can transmit diseases such as bubonic plague, endemic typhus and tularaemia to humans.

Dog flea and the Cat flea are the most widespread and the most troublesome as household pests. Both species attack dogs and cats, and sometimes human.

Females lay several hundred eggs in their lifetime, with eggs able to hatch in about 10 days and become mature in about 10 days, therefore leading to large infestations within a relatively short period of time.


1. Thorough Inspection
The first step of the process will be for our skilled technicians to perform a thorough internal and external audit throughout your property to uncover ant activity and any possible risks.  We will examine a range of areas to ensure we have full visibility of the issue in order to provide a proper recommendation. 

2. Environmentally Friendly
All our pesticides are safe for families and pets. We also ensure our products are environmentally friendly but still remain very effective against all pests. Results should be instant with ongoing improvements over new few weeks.


Please ensure all pets have been professionally treated for fleas.

Washing and drying your beddings and clothes in hot water. You will need to do the same with your pet’s bedding as well.

Vacuuming all hard floor surfaces, carpets and rugs thoroughly. Vacuum bag should be discarded immediately upon completion to avoid fleas from multiplying within the vacuum

Mop all tile and vinyl floors.

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