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Flea and Tick Control

No one likes to see an animal at the mercy of fleas or ticks. No one wants to see them in their house, either. Fleas and ticks not only make your pets miserable, but transmit disease and in serious cases, can trigger allergies in your family.

Unknowingly, your pet may be transporting fleas and ticks into your home that migrate into your carpets and onto furniture, just waiting for a host to feast upon. If you see one flea or tick, you should know that more are close behind and may already be hiding in your home.

If you see a flea or tick on your pet, clothing, or furniture, take steps to solve the problem:

  • Call Well’s Termite & Pest Control to perform an intensive inspection of your home and property. Then get your pet to the vet and treated, following up with preventative flea and tick measures.
  • Thoroughly clean your house or business.

Well’s Flea & Tick Pest Control Takes Quick Action

An immediate inspection is needed to eradicate fleas and ticks from your home and property. After initial eradication, a maintenance plan is recommended to keep your home and pets safe and flea and tick free.

Well’s Termite & Pest Control is well versed in eradicating these nearly microscopic pests that can cause big problems for homeowners and pets. Knowing the difference between a flea and tick is important when it comes to treatment approaches and options. The lifecycle of a tick lasts anywhere from 30 days to two years! Such pests lurk in hiding places such as lawns and shrubbery, just waiting for a chance to latch onto a human or four-legged host.

Fleas and ticks lay eggs that hatch approximately every 30 days. In southwest Florida’s temperate climate, dealing with fleas and ticks is a year-round challenge, but it doesn’t have to be.

Well’s Termite & Pest Control is here to help, offering inside and outside flea and tick treatments. Our high-tech pest control options reduce exposure to ticks and fleas that can pose serious risks to your family and pets. 

Well’s Monthly Programs Promote Peace of Mind

Unfortunately, flea and tick populations have increased in the recent past due to their increased resistance to more traditional treatment methods. That’s why Well’s Termite & Pest Control utilizes the latest in technological advances that stop fleas and ticks in their tracks.

We offer monthly maintenance programs to keep fleas and ticks away from your home, property, and pets. Routine lawn care service can also prevent proliferation of rodents (prime tick and flea carriers) around your property.

At the first sign of fleas or ticks, give our Flea and Pest Control experts a call. If you see fleas or ticks on your animal, in your yard, or inside your home, don’t wait. When it comes to fleas and ticks, time is of the essence.

Our pest control technicians are professionally trained and expert at inspecting, identifying, as well as offering effective treatment plans. We customize our tick and pest control options based on your current and future needs.

Our specialists also offer tips and suggestions for keeping fleas and ticks at bay. We’ll come out as often as needed between regularly scheduled visits to ensure your satisfaction and peace of mind.

Keep your pets and family safe from flea and tick infestations. For more information about Well’s Termite & Pest Control and services we provide in Florida’s southwest communities, call us today at 239-369-5575. We’ll schedule a consultation and evaluation based on your timetable, not ours. 

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