Family-Friendly Flea and Tick Control & Removal Services
Fleas and ticks are small enough that they can hide almost anywhere—between grass blades, in pet beds, under vegetation, and in carpeting. This makes it frustrating, not to mention difficult, to treat them on your own. Rather than trying it yourself, trust our expert exterminators to get rid of fleas permanently.
When you partner with us for flea and tick control for your yard and home, we will:
- Complete a free, thorough inspection of the interior and exterior of your home, especially in areas where animals are common.
- Provide up-front, detailed information about our findings, our recommended treatment options, and the cost.
- Creating a customized plan that works best for your home and property.
- Treat indoors with products that are safe for your family but tough on fleas and ticks.
- Use a pressure spraying system to effectively treat your yard.
- Include an insect growth regulator to prevent re-infestations so you can get rid of fleas and ticks for good.
- Back our service with our satisfaction guarantee!
*Be prepared to leave the premises for at least 2 hours while the treatment dries.
For information on how to prepare for your treatment, check out our Flea Treatment Preparation Guide for some helpful insights from our exterminator team.
What To Do After Treatment
Fleas go through four stages during their lifecycle: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Fleas can stay in the pupa stage for anywhere from a week to a year, which makes it easy for fleas to re-infest the same spaces. This is why our experienced exterminators encourage you to vacuum daily for three weeks after your flea and tick removal treatment to help fully get rid of the pests! Vacuuming creates vibrations that force the pupae to emerge so they can be eliminated by our treatments.
Other things to do after your tick and flea removal treatment include:
- Bathing pets weekly to wash off the insects.
- Frequently brushing pets to check for fleas and ticks.
- Inspecting furniture and carpets for fleas and ticks after vacuuming.
- Calling us if you notice any issues after treatment.
How To Prevent Fleas and Ticks
Professional treatment is the best way to keep fleas and ticks away—however, there are some proactive steps that you can take. Most fleas and ticks enter your home by being brought in from the yard, so here are a few tips to keep these pests from coming onto your property and lowering the chances that they will migrate inside.
Here are some tips from our exterminators to help prevent fleas and ticks in your yard and home:
- Remove debris: Brush, lawn clippings, leaves, and other debris create hiding places for fleas and ticks.
- Mow grass short: Fleas and ticks need moist, shady hiding places. Keeping your grass shorter allows the sun to reach the soil and evaporate extra moisture.
- Create a barrier: Laying gravel or mulch around your property line discourages ticks from coming out of the woods.
- Ward off wildlife: Animals like deer, squirrels, and rabbits are potential hosts for fleas and ticks. Keeping the animals out of your lawn prevents pests from hitchhiking in.
As a locally-owned and operated company, our team of exterminators takes great pride in helping our community. We’ve provided dependable, affordable pest control across the region since 1993.