If you’re one of the many people who are constantly battling fleas, then you know just how frustrating and seemingly impossible it can be to eradicate them.
Fumigation for your house is one possible pest control treatment, but it’s important to understand what it is and what it can do before you decide whether to use it.
What you need to know about flea fumigation
I’m Warren, and I’ve been providing fumigation as a pest control treatment in the UK for many years.
If you’re looking for an effective and affordable way to get rid of fleas, and in rare cases bed bugs, fumigation may be the answer. Fumigation is a great pest treatment for those who are dealing with a flea infestation, as it can quickly and effectively kill the insects.
Can fleas come back after fumigation?
Many people worry that their problem will return after fumigation, but this is usually not the case. The insecticide will have settled on your furniture and should prevent your flea problem from returning.
This will wear off eventually, at which point you may need to discuss preventative measures with your pest control provider to stop your pest infestations from coming back.
What should I do before flea fumigation?
There are a few things to keep in mind if you’re considering fumigation as a method of flea control, and a few things to do to prepare.
Firstly, it’s important to make sure that all animals and people are out of the house during the fumigation process and close all doors and windows of your property.
This is because the insecticide used in fumigation can be harmful to humans and animals if they’re exposed to them. Don’t forget your plants, too.
Secondly, you’ll need to remove or contain any food or water in the house before the process begins.
This is to prevent the insecticide from coming into contact with any of it and contaminating it. Make sure your fridge and freezer doors are closed too so that the insecticide can’t access it, and that your cabinets are empty.
Thirdly, you should reopen your doors and windows to ventilate the home well after the process is complete.
This will help to air out any residual chemicals in the air and make the home safe for people and animals to return to. Make sure to vacuum up the dead pests, as you might find some flies and other insects too.
The benefits of flea fumigation as a pest control treatment
Fumigation is a great pest control solution for those who are looking for an effective and affordable way to stop your pest problems, and there are many benefits to using gas treatment as a method of flea control.
Firstly, it’s a very effective method of killing fleas (and bed bugs, if it’s serious). The chemicals used in the process are designed to kill insects, so you can be sure that they and any hatching larvae will be eliminated from the infested areas in the very structure of your house.
Secondly, it’s a fast and convenient treatment. The process only takes a few hours, and you’ll be able to return to your fumigated home 24 hours after it’s completed, free of insects.
Thirdly, it’s affordable. It’s one of the most commonly-used and cost-effective methods of flea control, so you won’t have to spend a lot of money on pest control.
How to choose a good flea fumigation and pest control service
When you’re looking for a flea fumigation service, it’s important to choose one that’s reputable and has a good track record.
I’ve been providing flea fumigation services in Somerset, UK for many years, and I have an excellent track record. 😉
There are a few things to look for when you’re choosing a pest control company. Most importantly, make sure that the company is licensed and insured.
Secondly, check to see if the company has a good reputation. You can do this by reading online reviews or asking people you know for recommendations.
Finally, make sure that the company is BPCA-certified. The BPCA is the UK’s leading pest control association, and it provides certification to professional companies that meet its high standards.
How long does fumigation take to kill fleas?
The length of time it takes for the insecticide to kill the pests may vary depending on a number of factors, including the type of insecticides used and the size and environment of the home.
In most cases, it takes between four and six hours for the chemicals to kill all the fleas in the home. However, it’s important to note that you won’t be able to return to your home until the fumes have dissipated, which can take up to 24 hours.
How much does flea fumigation cost?
Fumigation costs from as little as £80, however the cost varies depending on a number of factors, such as the size and structure of the home and the severity of the pest infestation.
The best thing to do is to ask around for quotes from different pest control companies to get an average idea as to how much it’ll cost.
I offer competitive rates for my flea fumigation services, and I’m always happy to provide a quote to eliminate your pests.
Are there any risks associated with flea fumigation?
There are some risks, but these are typically minor and can be easily avoided.
For example, the most common risk is that of harmful exposure to the gaseous chemicals. This is why it’s important to make sure that all animals and people are out of the home during the fumigation process.
Another health risk is that of contamination as a result of the gas. This can happen if food, water, and other items aren’t removed from the home before the fumigation process begins and is left open.
To avoid this, make sure to remove anything you’re planning to eat from the home before the fumigation process starts, as you don’t want the gas to get to it.
Finally, there’s a risk of fire if you use an open flame during the fumigation process, due to the gaseous pesticides in the air. This is why it’s important to follow the instructions of your chosen flea fumigation service (🙋🏻♂️😉) and to make sure that all flames are extinguished before fumigation begins.
Flea fumigation is a great option for those who are looking for an effective and affordable way to remove severe infestations. It’s a fast, convenient, and cost-effective method of flea control, and it’s a relatively safe treatment when done correctly.
If you’re thinking about using flea fumigation to eliminate pests in your home, I offer competitive rates and have many years of experience in eradicating all the pests you might come up against. I offer flea fumigation and other professional pest control services on my home page; contact me today for more details or to get a quote. 📲
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