Covering London Bridge along with the surrounding boroughs from Flea Infestations
Are you infested with Fleas in London Bridge, London? Pest2kill can help, if you require flea removal in London Bridge, then give us a call for an instant quote and remove those fleas.
When fleas infest your property or business, it is revolting and needs to be dealt with quickly to ensure your flea attack doesn’t get completely out of hand.
Fleas often carry and pass on parasitic worms, as well as diseases. To really understand the serious implications of this, both dog and cat fleas can play host to a tapeworm, which in turn can be transmitted to humans. Luckily the UK isn’t plagued with diseases transmitted via fleas, but they do bite and leave behind red, irritating spots on the skin.
Providing effective flea control and flea removal to eradicate unwanted visitors from your home or work premises. Pest2kill Flea Control Services are your first call for all your Pest Control requirements in London Bridge London
Call now on 020 7205 2229
Pest2Kill – The London Bridge Flea Removal Experts
Operating throughout London and adjacent areas and frequently assisting domestic and commercial clients in London Bridge.
We’re ready to assist 24 hours a day, every day for any of your Flea Infestation Problems.
Pest2Kill provide a discreet service.
Flea Treatment and control in London Bridge, London
Fleas are usually plainly visible to humans; you will most often spot them as they jump to a host. If you own a house pet, or maybe you have just moved into a house that has had pets, then you could be at risk from fleas and flea bites.
There are 2 main types of fleas that cause problems to homeowners and tenants, and they are the Dog Flea (known as Ctenocephalides canis –https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog_flea) and the Cat flea (known as Ctenocephalides felis – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_flea).
Both species of flea are between 1-3mm in length, the cat flea is more of a reddish brown in appearance, whilst the dog flea is a slightly darker reddish black in colour with long tapering legs, allowing them to jump huge distances and as high as 16cm.
From feeding on just a single blood meal, a female flea is able to lay over one hundred eggs (larva) attaching to the fur of your cat or dog. These eggs are very small (0.5mm in length) and whitish in colour, once the larva hatch small maggots will emerge, these will then fall off your pet into your animals bedding or carpets. The larvae build a nest where they mature and, up to a foftnight after, the hungry adult fleas will emerge.
Flea droppings can be best described as resembling ground black pepper, and a careful search of the property may indicate an infestation of fleas.
We can provide you the following Flea Control and Flea Removal Services in London Bridge:
- Complete Care – inspection – treatment – prevention
- Safe Flea Removal / Flea Eradication
- Flea Prevention Advice to prevent future infestations
- Both Commercial & Residential (one-off treatments/contracts available)
- Bespoke, effective Flea Control Treatments
- 24-hour Emergency Service available
- One-off treatments available
- Contracts available for persistent Flea Infestation Problems
- Swift, efficient and discreet service
- Great Competitive Prices
Pest2Kill offer a no-obligation FREE quotation for Flea Treatment in London Bridge, fill in the contact form to request a free callback, we’re always available to discuss your problem and have solutions for all types of problems. Eradicate your wasp problems now.
Whatever your Pest Control Problems in London Bridge contact Pest2kill now on 020 7205 2229.
At Pest2kill our team of hard working flea-experts provide a professional, efficient and effective service, risk-assessing your London Bridge business or home making sure that all treatment we delivered would be without any risk and friendly to the environment.
Pest2Kill’s impressive level of service, combined with its clear, affordable, charging structure has made us a popular choice in Flea Control throughout London Bridge, London and adjacent boroughs.