Flea Treatment Fife - Information on Fleas
Effective Treatment for Flea Infestations
A female flea will lay up to 50 eggs per day, about 2,000 in her lifetime. She will lay them on your pet and they quickly fall off as they are not sticky. The eggs hatch in to larvae in between 2-5 days.
In the summer fleas can survive outside and be carried into buildings. Visiting friends or clients who have fleas in their homes can transport fertile fleas into the home or workplace.
Treatment of your pets with an appropriate flea spray is essential. Pet flea treatment contains a growth inhibitor (a product that stops the development of the flea egg), is very important. We will then spray an insecticide which works for approximately 6 weeks, depending on house management. Fleas will still be developing after treatment so a further treatment may be required to completely get rid of the flea infestation.
Request a Flea Treatment Quote online or call 07591 035 288
Why Choose RPC Pest Control Fife For Flea Problems?
Fast Emergency Call Out
Local, Reliable Rapid Response
Highly Experienced Pest Controllers
Effective Solutions to Flea Problems
Affordable Flea Treatments
15 Years Experience
Rapid Response in the Area
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Treatment for Fleas in Fife
Based in Fife, RPC Pest Control Fife are ideally located to provide flea treatments in the Fife area including Dunfermline, Cowdenbeath, Lochgelly, Kinross, Kelty, Saline, Oakley, Rosyth, Inverkeithing, Dalgety Bay, Burntisland, Aberdour, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes, Cardenden, Ballingry, Kincardine, Methil, Leven, Cairneyhill, Falkland, Auchtermuchty, Newburgh, Pitlessie, Milnathort, Torryburn, Thornton, Halbeath, Dulloch Park, Buckhaven, Anstruther, Crail, Kingsbarns, St Andrews, Leuchars, Ceres, Cupar, Tayport, Elie, Pittenweem, St Monans, Strathmiglo, Crossford, East Nuek and Kinglassie.
All work is carried out to the highest standards, and at very competitive prices. Our staff are fully qualified and can carry out a free survey and provide a detailed report, itemising our findings, recommendations and the cost of providing this service.