How do you know you have a Problem With Fleas?
Why Should You Have This Flea Problem Treated?
What Can You Do In Preparation for Treatment?
How Will The Infestation Be Treated?
A residual insecticide will be applied to all affected areas. It is almost odourless, and does not corrode or stain. The whole of the affected area will be sprayed including furniture and curtains where deemed necessary.
What Happens After Flea Treatment?
Don’t let your family or pets onto the treated surfaces until the area is completely dry.
Do not vacuum the area for at least two weeks and when you do make sure that you dispose of the bag away from your house.
The fleas may not die immediately, so you may see activity for a few days after treatment, don’t worry about this, it is normal.
To ensure success please have your pets treated by a reputable anti-flea agent. The local vet is the best person to take advice from regarding this.