Flea Prevention and Control

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One Long Island homeowner talks about his flea problem “I have a flea infestation in my house/yard. I have tried various foggers inside my home on 3 different occasions. I have sprayed raid and another product on my flooring. They just keep coming back within a day. I have vacuumed daily after work to try and knock down the population.”  Suburban Exterminating was able to put an end to this client’s flea woes, but we wish this homeowner never had to deal with a flea infestation in the first place! Fleas are a menace to all members of the family because they can jump between pets and humans. Just like mosquitoes, fleas can transmit disease because their mouths’ pierce the skin to suck their host’s blood. Bites from fleas are often presented in clusters or lines. Flea bites can be very itchy and can cause allergic reactions in some people.

Protect against fleas before they become an issue with these easy tips for flea prevention.
 

Flea Prevention Tips

The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) recommends these flea prevention tips:

 

  • Cut your grass!  Tall grass gives rodents and other animals a hiding spot.

  • Rodents have fleas. Contact us for rodent solutions.

  • Give your pet regular baths.

  • Follow your veterinarian’s advice on flea treatments.

  • Clean and vacuum your home frequently to help remove fleas.

 

If you have already missed the boat on prevention, and need help managing a flea infestation, consider giving Suburban Exterminating a call.  Suburban Exterminating offers free inspections to determine the extent of any insect infestation.
 
We strive to treat your home efficiently and effectively so you can back to living your life and loving your home. If you choose to seek professional help with Suburban Exterminating for a possible flea infestation, here’s what you can expect:

Identification

  • Flea control requires confirmation that the insect bites or visible insects presented are in fact fleas. Many homeowners confuse bed bugs and fleas

Assessment

  • Once it is confirmed that the pests at hand are fleas, our pest control professionals will conduct a thorough inspection to determine the extent of the infestation.

Treatment

  • After assessing the affected areas, our licensed technicians will work with you to develop a treatment plan to put a quick end to your pest troubles.

Follow-Up

  • Our flexible scheduling and attentive team ensure minimal disruption to your family for product applications and possible follow-up appointments.

Contact Suburban Exterminating today for a free inspection at (516) or (631) 864-6900

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