Did you know that if you own a pet you can get a flea infestation in your home in a very short time? It happens without you having a clue – you take your dog to the park or just outside of your home, it meets another dog that has fleas and just like that, you are looking at fleas all over your home. Or your cat could meet a neighbourhood cat that has fleas. Fleas are very annoying because they leave painful bites. They will also leave your animal with skin problems that can eventually become weeping sores. The reason why you want to get flea infestation taken care of professionally right away is the way they breed.
First, you should know that the fleas on your pet are only 5% - the rest are all over your house. Secondly, there are only 5% of adult fleas around at any one time – the rest are still eggs that are waiting to hatch. These eggs are laid in the most difficult to reach places – they are in the weave of your carpet, your couch, your bedding, in your yard and so on. That is why most home flea treatments don’t work – it isn’t very easy to reach the eggs in all the places where they might possibly be. Also take into account that one female flea usually lays about 50 eggs a day. Just when you think you have them all others are laid to take their place. Most flea species thrive in the summer but there are some that do well in winter and during the other seasons.
Fortunately, if you live in Warwickshire there is flea control available with just one single phone call. You can call in Avon Pest Control who are experts in getting rid of all kinds of infestations including fleas. They have the necessary insecticides to get rid of fleas permanently. Before they get started, they thoroughly vacuum and clean every corner of your home. After that they apply the insecticide and make sure that all fleas and their eggs are dead before they leave.
They have invested in all of the latest equipment and their insecticides are all perfectly safe for both you and the environment. Their technicians are all highly trained and they are registered with the British Pest Control Association, the Royal Society for protection of Health and the have Certificate in Pest Control.
You can find out more by calling Avon Pest Control on 07748 155 235 or visiting their website, http://www.avon-pestcontrol.co.uk/.
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