If you are reading this, chances are your loved dog or cat is scratching and itching and you found some fleas on them. Or you are really bored, drank caffeine too late or really misspelled something in your google search bar and went with it. Either way keep reading. Fleas can become a big problem very quickly.
Did you know? A single flea can lay up to 50 eggs per day, every day. Did you know? A flea egg can hatch in as little as two days. Do you know how to add? You do the math… Did you know? A flea has a “complete” life cycle. This means, in the bug world, there are four distinct stages:
Did you know? Two of these stages are not effected by chemical applications
Now you know, why you need a professional like National Exterminators. I don’t have a dog, where did these fleas come from? This is a question we get from people who are racking their brains, trying to figure out how fleas got into their pet-less home! Fleas can come from multiple animals, but if you do have fleas, you may have a bigger problem.
Fleas mean there may be some type of animal roaming around or near your home. Rats, raccoons, birds, mice; they can all carry fleas and could be running around in your attic or in your walls. When you do have fleas in your home or commercial property, we make sure to be very specific with how we are going to help you combat these nasty things.
When dealing with fleas, we remove the initial problem and we will help you to prevent this problem from happening again. Our staff will always sit down with you before the treatment and help explain the problem you have, and how we can help get them out and keep them out.