Flea and Tick Control
Fleas and Ticks are a persistent pest that can make life unbearable for pets and pet owners. Your pet may potentially carry these pests into your home but may also enter the home even if you don’t own a pet. There are many cases where fleas and ticks may attach themselves to your clothing and be brought into your home.
They love pets but will take a bite out of you as well. They feed on blood and are difficult to get rid of as they have four developmental stages.
Buzz Kill Pest Control is ready to attack all four stages of their life with our 2-step service to eliminate these biting pests from your home or yard.
Dangers of Flea and Tick Infestations
Unfortunately, constant itching and gnawing isn’t the only discomfort that fleas and ticks cause to our pets. Fleas and ticks are natural blood suckers that pose some serious risks to pets and members of a household they’ve infested.
Some pets are even allergic to fleas and suffer from extreme discomfort and hair loss that leads to dangerous infections.
Other health issues that come with a flea and tick infestation include:
- Tapeworms from chewing at fleas
- Lyme disease
What’s especially scary about your pets holding onto ticks and fleas is the fact that these creatures can easily create painful, small bumps and rashes on human hosts in a home that has been overtaken by these pests.
What Attracts Fleas and Ticks?
Thin, dry skin is the perfect target for fleas and ticks. This is why in some cases, even after a pet has been relieved of the pests, their raw, damaged skin remains open as an invitation for further problems.
Essentially, body warmth, vibrations (blood flow), and carbon dioxide are the three biggest factors to consider when determining what attracts ticks and fleas to a host. Sadly, this makes most living creatures and unavoidable target. That’s why if you notice a flea or tick problem in your home, It’s not going to go away on its own.
Stop the scratching and rely on the experts at Buzz Kill Pest Control for an effective solution.
Help Us Help You With Our Guaranteed Process
We offer a combined interior and exterior service or just exterior flea and tick pest control to eliminate them from your house or yard. Even with our professional products and our knowledge of these biting pests we need help from our customers before and after the treatment.
Before we start work in your home, some steps you can take to ensure our process includes:
- Vacuum all rugs, carpets, furniture and seal and dispose of the vacuum bag or clean the filter outside plus sweep and mop all tile and vinyl floors
- Clear and clean all floors and furniture of any items that can be picked up including decorative items, pillows, pet bowls, children’s toys including anything that is stored under beds and furniture.
- Be prepared to leave with your pet(s) from your residence the day of the service. Fish bowls and aquariums may remain if properly covered and the tank is turned off during the treatment.
- Wash or discard all pet bedding or toys
- Mow the lawn to where the grass is short
- Let the pest control professional know where your pet likes to sleep, eat and rest most of the time
From there our insecticide and professional team will be able to efficiently clean up house with your family’s unwanted guests. However, since these pests are so small, keep in mind that it’s still normal to see some fleas sticking around for a few weeks due to hatching. However, they won’t last because our insecticide will continuously work to finish the job.
Keep Your Home Tick and Flea-Free with Buzz Kill Pest Control
Your pets and family deserve to live a peaceful, healthy life that isn’t interrupted with the painful bites of fleas and ticks. While we can help you get your home pest-free, we do encourage you to ensure that your pets are on a regular treatment in order to help keep their coats off-limits.
If you know you need help from Buzz Kill Pest Control, we have the experience to provide a much-needed solution. Reach out to us today to get your home on our schedule for flea and tick control.