If you have the signs of Flea bites on your body, you will see a bunch of red bites over a great area. You’ll have to deal with a variety of issues to get rid of them, and instead of focusing on how to get rid of them in pets and humans; we will discuss what to do if they are infesting your home.
First and foremost, it’s very important to understand that you will not be able to kill them all without some serious help. You could try to use a fogger or a spray of sorts, but you will not be able to get to the eggs without an exterminator spread a variety of different things to make sure that they are fully killed.
After you have called an exterminator and they have begun the process of helping get rid of the Flea infestation, you will want to look into dehumidifying your home. Fleas absolutely thrive under humid conditions so if you can drop the temperature and humidity of your home, they will start to die off in combination with an exterminators spray and other assistance to kill them off.
Altering your home’s heat and humidity ratio will go a long way to help make sure there is not a relapse. After this occurs, make sure to wash all your clothing, sheets, blankets, and give your pets a full bath with specialized shampoo to make sure that all the living insects are gone.
If you’re dealing with a pest problem and your looking for the best course of action, please contact us today, and we’ll be happy to send one of our experts to inspect your home and provide you with a personalized solution.
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