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Flea Infestation

Treatment For Indoor Spaces

We Know All About Fleas

Flea control is an ongoing battle. 

Due to the flea lifecycle, it could take weeks or months to finally end an infestation. If you’re concerned you have a flea issue, it is important to quickly treat any pets that may have become a host. Comb your pets to remove fleas and then bathe them with effective flea treatments. It may be necessary to take your pet to a veterinarian if symptoms persist. To prevent any further infestations, keep dogs on a leash when outside, and be sure to regularly bathe and groom pets. 

Prevent household infestations from taking hold by cleaning and vacuuming frequently to help remove flea populations and prevent the laying of eggs. Additionally, be sure to regularly wash bed linens. 

Our Flea Treatment Plan

How it works

  • Technicians conduct a thorough inspection of your home, looking for signs of fleas
  • Infested rooms in your house must be dusted and thoroughly cleaned with detergents and soap prior to treatment
  • All infested areas are thoroughly sprayed along with furniture and carpets, where fleas or their larvae may be found
  • If you have pets, it is imperative that you or your vet treat them against fleas simultaneously with your home treatment, otherwise, your home will become re-infested
  • If you have a garden, it is recommended that it be sprayed with agricultural pesticides simultaneously with your indoor treatment. 


1-time service
Annual Plan (Quarterly or monthly)
Outdoors (Villa owners)
Can be discounted if bundled with Comprehensive Pest Control Plan (CPCP)
Since fleas typically travel via rodents, be sure to eliminate any rodent harborage sites on property such as overgrown trees or shrubs. If you suspect a flea infestation, make sure you also treat your property for rodents.