Coronavirus guidance

Meet outside rather than inside where possible. Keep 2 metres apart from people that you don’t live with. Minimise travel in and out of affected areas. Get tested twice a week and isolate if positive

Coronavirus guidance

Fleas are usually brought into contact with humans by pets and wild animals, including cats, dogs, rats, mice, foxes, birds, and rabbits. Adult fleas are approximately 2mm long, usually dark red or brown, and have large hind legs for jumping

Signs that you have an infestation

  • Pets constantly scratching

  • Seeing fleas or flea droppings in the coat of your pet.

  • You might spot bites on you or family members, usually around ankles and legs. Bites appear as a tiny dark red spot surrounded by a reddened area,

  • If you have an active infestation, you may see fleas jumping in your carpet and furniture.

Problems caused by fleas

  • Flea bites on humans and animals
  • Fleas are a health threat to both humans and pets.

Treatment

Fleas can be difficult to get rid of without professional help. Our treatment involves a single visit.

Cost: £90 (up to a 3 Bedroom House) additional cost for 2 extra rooms £35. This is a one-off treatment. Additional respray within 21 days will cost £34.20.

Instructions

If you book a treatment, there are things that you need to do before and after the visit. It is very important that you follow these instructions to ensure that the treatment is successful.

Flea treatment instructions

Book a pest control appointment