Will fleas go away on their own?
While it’s most likely that the fleas in your home can’t use humans as hosts; if you do have a human flea in your home the lifecycle will complete and fleas will breed, potentially resulting in an infestation in your home.
If the fleas do not see humans as hosts, they can’t take a blood meal from people and will eventually die off (as they need a blood meal to produce eggs). That said, it’s possible that your family might get repeatedly bitten until then.
How do I rid my house of fleas?
Here’s how to start eliminating fleas from your home:
5. Call a professional. If all else fails or the infestation is too large or ongoing then you should contact a licensed pest controller to use commercial-grade pesticides.
When should I call pest control for fleas?
Is pest control worth it for fleas?
Most of the time simply using over-the-counter products for controlling fleas will not resolve the root causes of the infestation. Professional pest control treatments will treat all stages of the flea lifecycle, stopping it in its tracks.
What's the average price for pest control for fleas?
- Size of the property
- Type of property
- Size of the infestation
- Number of treatments needed
- Type of pest being treated
The best way to get a price for flea control is to contact us or book in.
Being part of the Jim’s group, we have access to Jim’s Pay Plan powered by OpenPay. This system gives you the ability to pay for your pest control service while you’re getting the benefits.
Michael can set up an account for you, on the spot, and depending on the value of the pest control service, you can have between four and 12 months to pay for your treatment.