These insects can live without food for several months and are naturally unable to lay eggs until they have a blood feed (from a cat or dog). They often live in carpets, pet bedding and other cracks and crevices around the house.
Eggs are often attached to carpet and fabric fibres. They are strongly attached by the female to these strands so even thorough vacuuming is unlikely to remove eggs from a property.
Q:How you can treat Fleas bites or Flea bites cure?
A:Fleas bites usually clear up on their own in a week or so.
How to treat fleas bites treatment
How to treat fleas bites treatmentputting something cool, like a clean, damp cloth, on the affected area to help with the itching and any swelling keeping the affected area clean not scratching the bites to avoid getting an infection.
Q: How do I get rid of fleas inside my home??
A: Make sure to put all pet bedding or other materials on which your pets like to lie on (bathroom rug, sofa, etc.) in the washing machine at a high temperature. Use insect growth regulators to stunt newly hatched larvae, bathe your pet with flea shampoo, or simply vacuum all affected areas.
Q: When should I book a professional Fleas removal?
A: You can call us as soon as you spot any signs of a flea infestation. Its better to control them on early stages as they multiply in no time.
Q: How long will it take for Fleas to die after the treatment?
A: This depend on level of infestation and type of treatment used.Also depend on level of infestation
To get in touch with Control Your Pest Ltd. about our Fleas treatment removal services throughout the London, call us on 02080010218 – 07459367091