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Youngs Pest Control Flea Treatments in Bryn

At Youngs Pest Control, we understand the difficulty of dealing with flea infestations. That's why we're here to help. Wefleas Control Bryn offer personalized pest control solutions for homes and businesses in the area. Our experienced technicians are committed to using safe and effective methods to eliminate fleas. We are a part of the National Pest Technician Association (NPTA) and have been in the industry for over 15 years, so all our work is of the highest standard.

We at Youngs Pest Control are a local family-run business that strives to keep properties free of fleas for you and your family. Our technicians are experts in the field, so if fleas have taken over, don't hesitate to give us a call. 

Some of the services we offer include :

  • Flea eradication 
  • Inspections 
  • Treatments
  • Follow up services 
  • Prevention Tips

Flea infestation is a common problem encountered by pet owners in Bryn. Fleas are blood-sucking parasites that cause irritation, discomfort and can transmit diseases to pets. The presence of fleas not only affects the health and well-being of pets but also poses a threat to human health. Therefore, it is vital for pet owners to seek professional flea treatment services from Youngs Pest Control in Bryn to prevent and control flea infestations.

How do fleas infest new areas?

Fleas are able to spread from one host to another through direct contact between animals. When two or more animals come close to each other, fleas can easily jump from one animal to another. This type of transmission is most common among cats and dogs. Fleas can also spread by infesting the environment. If an animal carrying fleas spends time in a particular room or area, the fleas can fall off the animal and hide there. Later on, these fleas will wait for new hosts to arrive before jumping on them and starting to feed.

It's important to be aware that wild animals like rats and squirrels can carry fleas that may infect domestic pets or humans. If these creatures come into contact with domesticated animals, the fleas may transfer over to them. It's crucial to remember that flea control treatments should not only be used on infected pets, but also to eliminate any potential flea habitats in the environment around them.

Reasons why flea eradication is essential

Just one flea bite can cause a lot of itching and discomfort for cats and dogs. They often scratch themselves, which can lead to skin infections. Fleas multiply quickly – a female can lay up to 50 eggs daily. Without timely treatment, infestations can quickly get worse. Fleas don't just live on pets; they also infest carpets, furniture, and other places in the home. To fully get rid of fleas, both the pet and its environment need to be treated. Neglecting one or the other will lead to continued re-infestation.

Several treatments are available for removing fleas from cats and homes. Prevention must be the first line of defence against flea infestations. Regular grooming, frequent carpet vacuuming, and good hygiene practices can help prevent future outbreaks of fleas in your home. It's essential to take swift action against a flea infestation.

Here's how you can prepare your home for the flea technician:

Prior to receiving professional flea treatment from our tech in Bryn, it is essential to prepare your home adequately. Proper preparation will not only make the process more effective but also ensure that you and your pets are safe during the application of treatments. 

To start with, thorough cleaning is necessary to remove any debris or clutter from floors and surfaces around the house. This step gives easy access to all areas that require treatment. Vacuuming carpets, rugs, furniture, and upholstered items such as cushions is crucial in removing fleas, eggs, or larvae hiding out in these places. After vacuuming, dispose of the bag contents immediately into a sealed plastic bag outside your home.

Additionally, washing bedding, clothing and linens in hot water before treatment help kills any adult fleas or unhatched eggs present on them. The high heat setting ensures the complete removal of moisture, which kills off any remaining pests. Moving furniture away from walls provides easy access for pest control professionals to treat baseboards and crevices where fleas can hide unnoticed. These preparations will help guarantee successful flea removal through subsequent treatments provided by us at Youngs Pest Control.

What to do after a flea eradication treatment

We at Youngs Pest Control recommend that you avoid coming into contact with treated surfaces until they are completely dry. This typically takes around 4-5 hours. Ensure that your windows remain open or use a dehumidifier to bring down humidity levels in your property.

Make sure to avoid over-cleaning your floor for the next 14 days, as you don't want to wipe away the insecticide too soon. After 14 days, it will then be safe to vacuum all carpets, rugs, furniture, and drapes to remove any remaining fleas, eggs, or larvae from these areas. Remember always to empty the vacuum cleaner bag outside immediately after use. Wash all bedding, clothing, and basically, any fabrics in hot water that is above 95°F (35°C) once again and use the highest setting possible while drying them.

Flea TreatmentFinally, treating your pets is an essential part of post-flea control procedures. Your veterinarian can advise on the best topical treatments, such as spot-on products and sprays or oral medication options available on the market today. Flea collars can also be great in preventing future infestations; however, some may have side effects such as skin irritation or allergies in certain animals. Monitor your pet vigilantly for any signs of fleas after their initial treatment since follow-up sessions may be necessary depending on individual cases.

Professional flea treatment in Bryn is essential to eliminate and prevent the spread of these parasites. You should contact Young Pest Control as soon as you notice any issues with fleas in your home. Don't hesitate and let the problem get out of control, call us on 0161 776 9832.


We also service Neighboring areas like Wigan and Ashton-in-Makerfield.