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Fleas and Ticks Middlesex
Your beloved pet may have introduced fleas into your home. But you or someone else you invited into your property is most likely the cause of you needing tick pest control. Fleas like warm moist areas and underneath your pets, on their stomach is a perfect home. This means when your pet decides to lie down, it will transfer fleas inside your property. Those fleas have now found another perfect place to breed.
But if you don’t have pets, you may be wondering why you have a flea infestation. There are a couple of ways this happened. Perhaps, you have a dog or cat or some other mammal that likes to sit on your property, or you the previous owner of your property had a pet with fleas. You maybe even have a rodent infestation of rats, mice or squirrels, which also are carriers of fleas.
Even if you don’t have pets, fleas can survive up to 100 days without people or animals to host them. Fleas can be in your environment in egg form for several months, but when they scent carbon dioxide from a mammal, they will hatch immediately and attach themselves to the source of blood.
Fleas and Ticks Control Middlesex County
Ticks, on the other hand, attach themselves to your or your pets, particularly if you pass wooded or bushy areas where they reside. Ticks will hitch a ride when you brush against where they are sitting.
Leaves and grass are examples. They stay on by inserting their heads into your skin. The surface of skin where they’re usually found includes; inside your hair, your groin area inside your navel, under your arm, and inside of your ear, to name a few. If you or your pets have been in wooded areas you should always check their skin and yours.
Once ticks are in your home through you or your pets, they can lead to a tick infestation. Some people can develop illnesses from tick bites. Some are more harmful than others. Perhaps you may have heard of Lyme disease, which can be debilitating for several months.
With outbreaks all over the country, Middlesex is not immune. This means you may suffer from Lyme disease repeatedly. Middlesex County Pest Control is expert at identifying if ticks and fleas are present. You will benefit from a consultation and a comprehensive control.
Treating Fleas and Ticks
In addition to Lyme disease, rashes and flu like illness can be the result of tick infestations. Ticks can reside in baseboards, and cracks and crevices and, of course, your pets. If you’re attempting pull ticks out of the skin of it’s host, you will need to make sure to remove the head because fluids released from it are also harmful.
Because tick breeding-cycles are so rapid it is advised to use professional pest control services. If you don’t know the breeding cycle stages that ticks are in, you will have serious challenges eliminating them from you home on your own. Middlesex County Pest Control are leaders in flea and tick control and removal.
If you want to catch fleas and ticks where they live and breed and interrupt their breeding cycle, our pest control service can aid you. Waiting until your property is overrun wastes valuable time and resources, better spent on early detection.
To control tick and flea infestation, you should regularly inspect your pets. Middlesex County Pest Control service will conduct an investigation of your property. Then they will devise a plan of action for eradicating the flea or tick problem. Making dark places light and removing items is one among many prevention activities.
Call us today if you’re experiencing problems with fleas and ticks in the Middlesex, NJ area.