Flea Control in SC, NC, and GA
Easy to miss, a flea has a small 1/12- to 1/6-inch long, reddish-brown body. The most common species is the cat flea, which often feasts on cats, dogs and humans. Their powerful legs help them jump up to 8 inches vertically and 16 inches horizontally.
The flea is one of the smallest pests, but one of the most dangerous because of the diseases they transmit. They aggravate allergies, transfer tapeworms, cause anemia in pets, and transmit the rare Bubonic Plague. Their bites also leave painful, itchy red bumps.
To prevent the laying of eggs and to promote flea control in SC, NC, and GA clean and vacuum regularly. Bathe and groom pets regularly and use flea treatments according to directions. Bring in a pest specialist to help prevent their spread.
Our exterminators help customer exterminate bed bugs, termites, ants, rodents, roaches, spiders, bees, fleas, hornets, wasps, mice, mosquitoes, bats, scorpions, and many other pests. We also offer animal control, crawlspace and aquatic services to our customers. Speak to our exterminators in Augusta, Marietta, Greenville, Anderson, Columbia, North Charleston, or Charlotte about flea control.