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Flea Extermination

Flea Control

Flea infestations in the home can pose a variety of challenges and consequences. These tiny pests are not only a nuisance but they can also cause health issues for both humans and pets. Fleas are known to carry diseases and their bites can trigger allergic reactions, resulting in uncomfortable itchy rashes. Pets suffering from flea infestations may experience skin irritation, hair loss, and in severe cases, anemia. The rapid reproduction rate of fleas makes them particularly difficult to control, as they can quickly re-emerge even after treatment, making professional experience a must for effective control. Moreover, they can infest various areas of the home, from carpets and upholstery to pet bedding, which makes thorough eradication a daunting task.

Bricker Pest Control is here to exterminate these pesky bugs and provide you with the reliable services for which they are known.

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Fleas In Texas

Of all the states, Texas especially faces challenges with fleas due to its hot and humid environment, which provides a perfect breeding ground for the pests. Fleas are a year-round problem in Texas as the temperatures rarely drop low enough to stop them from being active. The state is home to several types of fleas, including cat fleas, human fleas, and more. Their persistence can lead to infestations in homes and on pets, causing discomfort and potential health issues. Despite continual efforts by homeowners, the battle against fleas remains ongoing in Texas.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I consider professional flea control services?

Professional flea control services offer a comprehensive and effective solution to flea infestations. These experts have the knowledge, experience, and tools necessary to not only eliminate current infestations but also prevent future ones.


How long does it take for professional flea control services to work?

The time frame can vary depending on the size of the infestation and the treatment method used. However, you should start to see a decrease in flea activity within a few days after treatment. Multiple treatments are often necessary to completely eradicate a flea infestation due to their life cycle.


Are the treatments used in professional flea control safe for my family and pets?

Yes, Bricker Pest Control employees use all chemicals in the proper manner and take client safety as their number one goal. They adhere to strict guidelines and use EPA-approved products. Only chemicals that are designed to be safe for humans and pets are used.


What does a professional flea control service typically involve?

Professional flea control often starts with an inspection to assess the extent of the infestation. The exterminator will then design a treatment plan that may include treating the home, yard, and pets. Post-treatment, they may also provide advice on how to prevent future infestations.

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