You Can Rely On Our Pest Control Pros To Get Rid Of Fleas & Ticks
If you've noticed your pets scratching or have even found flea bites or an embedded tick on yourself or a family member, contact Harris Pest Control for relief. Our pest control company has been exterminating fleas and ticks for 50 years and are ready to help property owners eliminate these biting pests.
How Our Flea & Tick Control Works
The Harris Pest Control Approach
Free Flea & Tick Inspection
When you reach out to Harris Pest Control for help getting rid of fleas and/or ticks, we'll begin by inspecting your property to locate problem areas and evaluate the severity of the infestation.
Based on our findings, we'll develop a treatment plan that may include interior and/or exterior service.
Interior Flea Treatments
For active flea infestations indoors, Harris Pest Control uses a conventional product that paralyzes and eliminates adult fleas on contact and that also contains an insect growth regulator to target immature insects and eggs.
Treatment areas include, but are not limited to:
- Along baseboards
- Cracks & crevices
- Under furniture
- Rugs & carpets
Exterior Flea & Tick Control
To eliminate fleas and ticks outside, our pest control specialists will spray the yard including the grass, bushes, plants, and other flea and tick hotspots.
Frequently Asked Questions
Flea & Tick Control FAQs
In order for us to ensure optimal results and guarantee our service, you will need to have your pest treated for fleas on the same day we treat your home. If we treat your property but you don't treat your pets, the likelihood of getting rid of fleas significantly decreases.
Plan on being out of the house for 3-5 hours. After a flea treatment, you and your treated pets can return and go about your usual activities. We do ask you to refrain from mopping for at least five days.
Unfortunately, even homes without pets can develop a flea infestation. When we run into this type of situation, we often inspect crawl spaces to check for rodents and wildlife, such as possums, that are known to transport fleas.
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