Flea & Tick Removal
Fleas or ticks in the house? Don’t worry! Brantley Termite & Pest Control is ready to help. Our technicians are among the best you can find in the entire state. Not only can we eliminate these pests from your home or business, but we can also help you to prevent them from coming back.
Flea & Tick Removal Process
In order to provide the proper form of treatment, our experienced technicians perform a methodical inspection of your home or business, allowing them to identify the particular type of pest infestation you are experiencing. Their findings enable them to create a targeted plan of action to effectively eliminate fleas and ticks from your property.
Formulate a Treatment Plan with Thresholds
Depending on the severity of the problem, which not only includes the number of fleas and ticks within the number of rooms affected by the infestation, our treatment specialists develop an integrated plan of action that includes targeted treatments designed to eliminate the pests. Moreover, this plan includes a specific threshold for insecticides, perimeters, and treatment processes. Finally, the methodology used will include guidelines for the control and management of fleas and ticks in the future.
Our treatment plan is based upon actions chosen for their success in managing the type of fleas and ticks found at your location. Our treatments cover the interior exterior and underside of your building. They include dusting, pest-specific traps, and spraying, strategies that have been scientifically proven to successfully kill fleas and ticks. Of course, prior to our arrival, it is important that you have all pets treated for removal of these pests. Your home or place of business should be thoroughly vacuumed, including carpets draperies, and upholstery.
Once your home or business has been successfully treated for fleas and ticks, it is essential that you continue to monitor your structure and/or yard for signs of a fresh infestation. A specialized product designed to set up a protective barrier around the perimeter of your building is often the first line of defense.