Pest Control For Fleas
The cat flea’s primary host is the domestic cat but they can also live on other animals. Adults have a flattened body, and no wings.
01 Why do I have them?
Fleas can jump up about 6 inches and enter buildings on peoples’ shoes and clothing. Fleas can survive in uninhabited structures for more than six months, and the flea eggs can last for over a year without a blood meal.
02 Are they dangerous?
They are intermediate hosts of the dog tapeworm, which can infest indoor cats, and rodent tapeworm, which can sometimes infest humans.
03 How can you get rid of my fleas?
Our flea treatment services include careful treatment of all cracks and crevices, and floors with a combination of insecticides designed to kill the fleas and stop them from being able to reproduce. We then strategically place traps adjacent to pet feeding and bedding areas to catch the fleas once the eggs hatch.
04 Is the treatment safe?
Our flea treatment experts use the latest techniques to rid you of your fleas. We use products that are reduced toxicity and are registered by the EPA, and we carefully follow their guidelines for their application. Should any specific safety measures need to be taken, our highly trained service technicians will make sure you have a thorough understanding of them.
05 How soon can you get here?
Rosenbloom Pest Control, Inc. is 100% committed to solving your pest problem as soon as possible, by providing same day or next day service.