Not only do fleas annoy cats and dogs, but they also bite humans, causing skin irritation, allergies, and diseases like typhus and tularemia. So we recommend putting your pets on a flea and tick prevention, then calling the experts at Pest EZ to treat your property. This combination will ensure your family and four-legged friends are protected from fleas, especially during the warmer months.
Fleas are a year round pest. The best time to prevent fleas is in Spring before you get adult fleas. But if you’re struggling with a full-blown infestation, fleas must be controlled at every stage of their life cycle. The team at Pest EZ knows how to kill adult fleas and prevent future generations from breeding, giving you the long-term protection you deserve.
We’ll first determine the severity of the infestation by inspecting the entire property. If you’re dealing with a flea problem, we’ll move forward with our flea treatment. Typically one to three services are required to eliminate this pest.
We’ll carefully apply liquid residual and insect growth regulators (IGR) on all floor surfaces, paying attention to the areas your pets spend time. Not only does this approach kill fleas on contact, but it also interrupts the breeding cycle.
For the exterior we will use an integrated pest management plan. We’ll carefully spray a combination of liquid residual and insect growth regulator (IGR) to the areas your pet(s) frequent or wherever there is flea activity. Inspection of yard and surrounding areas are key. Besides fleas living in the yard. They can have a symbiotic relationships with other critters.
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Flea infestations usually start with your cat or dog. These pests attach themselves to your pets when they’re outside, and then infest their fur and areas they sleep indoors. This means to control fleas successfully, you need to treat the inside of your home and your yard! Luckily, Pest EZ can help. If you’re dealing with a flea infestation, or want to safeguard your home from these jumping pests, call 734-802-1234 today!
Flea bites leave you with swollen, itchy marks. Hence the reason why your pets scratch so much after they’ve been bitten. And, in some cases, flea bites cause allergic reactions in humans. But the real problem is fleas carry insect-borne diseases just like mosquitoes and ticks. According to the CDC, the number of illnesses caused by flea bites tripled from 2004 to 2016. So if you’re dealing with a flea infestation, you need to act fast!
Flea control starts with your pet(s). There are plenty of options available to treat your cat or dog, and these should be discussed with your veterinarian. Vacuum all areas in question. Next, call us at 734-802-1234 to schedule your flea treatment. We’ll inspect your home, then use an insecticide and insect growth regulator to kill adult fleas and prevent future generations from breeding.
Fleas love warm-blooded animals, like your pets. They consume 15 times their body weight in blood, which can cause anemia and significant blood loss. So we recommend that you supplement your flea and tick preventative with 2-3 flea treatments during the warmer months in Ann Arbor. This will create an additional line of defense from these pests. Many animals frequent yards a prevention spray works wonders.
After we treat your yard for fleas, you need to ensure the product is completely dry before going outside. Depending on a variety of factors, like outdoor temperatures and humidity, we recommend you wait at least an hour to re-enter the service area. After this time has elapsed, it is safe for you and your family to enjoy your deck, pool, and yard again!