One adult female flea lays hundreds of eggs over a period of several months. These eggs will quickly begin hatching in one to twelve days and take over your house that quickly. That’s why this type of infestation can easily get out of control.
When fleas invade your home, they are a threat to both you and your pets. To ensure that these pests are completely eliminated, we take a holistic approach to flea control – treating your home, your yard, and your pets.
At Bayou Cajun Pest Control, we understand how these pests reproduce and attack, and we’ll fight back accordingly. For best results, flea treatment is a joint effort between our exterminators and you. We’ll work together to attack fleas from all angles.
While we exterminate the pests at their source, we'll ask you to take some of the following actions:
Have your pets treated for fleas
Wash all bedding in hot water
Vacuum all carpets
Birth control agents are added to our insecticide to reduce flea reproduction. While these agents will prevent any new eggs from being hatched, some termite eggs may be too developed for the chemical to take effect. For this reason, you may see a few fleas return after your house has been treated. Don’t worry; this is not a new infestation. This is simply overflowing from the eggs that have hatched since the treatment. For that reason, a second treatment is sometimes required to completely eliminate the infestation.
If you have questions or think you may have a flea infestation, contact Bayou Cajun Pest Control. We’ll eliminate the pests and help you reclaim your home!
Email us below or call at (225) 261-4198 for a free consultation and our 58-point pest analysis of your home or office.
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