FLEA CONTROL SERVICE
Inside Flea Treatment
Flea Control Preparation
HOW CORKY’S FLEA CONTROL SERVICE WORKS
Protect yourself, your family, your pets and your guests, with this outdoor home and yard flea control service. Each property is different therefore our customized treatments focus on the flea’s resting and breeding areas unique to your property. This two-step service (includes 2 treatments two weeks apart) is charged per application.
How to get rid of fleas
Here’s an overview of what you may expect our service to include.
PROPERTY INSPECTION: We inspect the property for the most likely harborage areas. Most fleas rest or rather lie in wait for a meal in areas such as tall grasses, under and in shrubs and trees, in leaf litter and along fence-lines or anywhere where pets or feral animals frequent.
TREATMENT: To achieve effective control, we perform two separate treatments that are two weeks apart. The first treatment targets the adult insects and the second targets the newly hatched and hungry fleas. Depending on the level of infestation additional treatments may be necessary and are charged separately.
INTERIOR SERVICES: In some cases, inside flea treatments are necessary. When this is the case, the interior flea service is priced separately and still involves two separate treatments 14 days apart. An interior service is always accompanied by an exterior one in order to provide effective results.
RECOMMENDATIONS: Your technician will make recommendations that will promote successful control of fleas on your property. The following should be accomplished before any outside service is performed to ensure a successful treatment.
- Reduce watering in suspect areas.
- Thin or cut back dense foliage. Let the sunshine in!
- Cut areas of tall grass and remove leaf litter from under trees and plants.
Read our Do-It-Yourself Flea Control for more things you can do.
Make sure your pets are on a flea control program. Flea baths and flea collars are not consistently effective but they will contribute somewhat to the protection of your four footed, furry family members. Consult your veterinarian as to what is appropriate for your pet.