Bedbug & Fleas
Bedbug control: Bedbugs feed on the blood of humans and prefer to hide in bedding and mattresses, where they have a readily available source of food. They are most often found in dwellings with a high rate of occupant turnover such as hotels and apartments.
Flea control: Fleas are a common problem in homes, especially those with pets, but can also be present when animals have lived in the property previously. Fleas are parasites, and an infestation could result in itchy bites that are uncomfortable and may result in a rash.
Methods of treatment may include:
Combination of chemical and non chemical treatments. Bedbugs & Fleas can require intensive blanket treatments to combat the infestation. See our treatment tips to find out how to prepare for your treatment.
Customer Pre & Post Treatment Tips
- Complete a general clean of the property.
- If you have dogs or cats and are receiving a treatment, we ask that you have them treated for Fleas whilst the treatment is being carried out.
- If you are having a flea treatment and wish to wash the carpets. Please do so after the service.
- Use a protective cover that encases mattresses for the protection towards bed bugs.