Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How can I tell if my home has fleas?
A: Some signs of fleas include pets frequently scratching, small bites or rashes on human skin, flea dirt (black specks) on pet fur or bedding, and seeing fleas jumping or moving quickly on pets or around the home.
Q: How do fleas enter homes?
A: Fleas can enter homes through pets that have been outside, on clothing or shoes that have come into contact with an infected animal or area, or through gaps in walls or windows.
Q: How can I prevent fleas from entering my home?
A: Preventative measures include regularly grooming and treating pets with flea medication, vacuuming carpets and furniture, washing pet bedding regularly, and sealing up any gaps or cracks in the home's exterior.
Q: Are there any natural ways to get rid of fleas?
A: There is no proof or 100% surety about the same. Still, some natural remedies for flea control include using diatomaceous earth or baking soda on carpets and pet bedding, washing pets with apple cider vinegar, and using essential oils like lavender or peppermint as a deterrent. However, these methods may not be as effective as chemical treatments and should be used cautiously.
Q: How can I prevent fleas from returning after extermination?
A: Ongoing prevention measures include regular pet grooming and flea medication, vacuuming regularly, washing pet bedding frequently, and sealing up any potential entry points for fleas. However, we take regular follow-ups for a year.