Flea control in London and across the UK

Professional flea treatment by RSPH certified pest exterminators

  • Using child- and pet-safe pest control methods
  • Emergency, same-day availability
  • Disinfection on request
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Why Choose our Flea Control Service

Does your beloved pet repeatedly scratch? Do you notice small red marks on your skin? Our professional flea treatment in London can take care of this notorious jumping pest from your house!

With 24/7 Pest Control, you will receive the house flea treatment you need for total extermination of t population around your property. Protect yourself, your family and your animal companions from filth and health hazards such as typhus and even the infamous bubonic plague by ridding the flea issue today!

The Benefits Coming of Our Flea Pest Control in London

  • Full London coverage: we are active around the capital and the surrounding areas without exception. There is always a team of flea exterminators near your location;
  • Quick and efficient services: our hassle-free flea treatments will cleanse the pests from your property;
  • 3-month guarantee: choose our full-service option, and you can request up to two free visits within three months after the initial treatment. The full-service option ensures that our flea treatment for the house has worked to the fullest and there are zero pesky insects left.
  • Well-trained technicians: all pest inspectors are trained and certified, with experience in their field;
  • Customer-friendly scheduling: we are available seven days a week, including bank holidays and weekends. You can even reach us for emergency flea fumigation if the situation requires it;
  • Quality control: we make regular inspections to supervise the work of the flea exterminators and adjust the process if need be;
  • Home disinfection service: We can offer you after-treatment cleaning procedures at great rates upon request. The disinfection session should be done at least four days after the flea control procedure, ensuring that all areas are pest-free and clean.
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How the Flea Pest Control Service is Carried Out

  • A flea exterminator will thoroughly inspect your property to determine the extent of infestations. As a result, the technician will decide which treatment would be most appropriate.
  • Spraying affected areas with an insecticide will effectively eliminate all the fleas in your home with long-lasting results.
  • If a full treatment service is booked, the flea exterminator can return after up to 3 months to resolve the issue if there are any signs of fleas left.
  • In addition, you will receive a written report after the service and some helpful advice on preventing flea infestations in the future.

Why You Need a Professional Pest Control for Fleas

Quality pest control for fleas is the only solution to exterminate fleas from your house. In most cases, people proceed with the treatment of the pets or the individual flea bites on themselves. Unfortunately, this is not enough – you also need to treat your home to eradicate these pests.

Fleas are parasites that draw blood from their hosts – this is their main food source as adults. The flea larvae, on the other hand, consumes organic waste. They live near the adults and scavenge for their blood-rich bodily deposits. The adults are about 2.5 mm long – they don’t have wings, and their bodies are covered in tiny spines with piercing mouthparts. The flea eggs can hatch in different places around your home – wall coverings, fissures, beds, etc. Nothing is safe. If your pets repeatedly scratch and groom themselves, it is a clear sign of a flea infestation and a hint that your home requires professional flea treatment.

If you see black, pepper-like particles in pet beds or in other privy places they use, it is a clear indication of a flea presence. Fleas are tough to catch – they can jump up to 25 centimetres! Trying to catch them individually is a lost cause. A single flea lives up to 100 days and needs one mate to produce up to five hundred larvae.

Pets and humans can suffer from flea bites

Why Is It Dangerous to Skip Professional Flea Treatment?

Pets are not the only ones that suffer from flea bites. Humans can also be in danger if the flea population goes out of control. While it is uncommon to witness fleas feeding on humans, it is not unlikely. If you see a jumping insect, you should proceed with professional flea extermination as soon as possible. Sprays and products do little to eliminate the issue, increasing resistance to further treatments.

The first signs of flea bites on humans are itchy red spots on the lower legs. Some people exhibit flea allergies. If you experience excessive itching and secondary infection, this may be a sign of an allergic reaction that needs to be treated by an allergist. Moreover, these parasites spread diseases such as typhus and tularemia, and you should never underestimate the deadly potential of the creatures – the Black Death pandemic that swept across Europe in the 14th century was carried by fleas on rats.

You should contact a doctor immediately if you notice red spots surrounded by reddened halos. Furthermore, you must get in touch with an exterminator to discuss the proper flea treatment measures that need to be taken.

Infestation Facts on Other Household Pests

  • Ant Infestation
  • Bed Bugs Infestation
  • Cockroaches Infestation
  • Fleas Infestation
  • Rat Infestation

Ants are a common pest in our homes. Suppose you want to learn more about this menace and how you can and should treat them, read more on our ant infestation page.

They are the terror that lives on your bed. This little blood-sucking house pest could be in your mattress without you even noticing it. Learn more about bed bugs and how to spot a bed bug infestation.

A pest that you don’t want to spot in your kitchen. The cockroach can quickly take over your home, especially at night. Learn some interesting facts about roaches and how to spot the signs of cockroach infestation on time.

Fleas can be a huge issue, especially if you have children and pets present on your property. Flea bites can be irritating and even dangerous in some cases. See how to spot flea infestations early and more facts on the pest.

Rats are a pest that comes into your home for food and shelter, so they like to hide in walls, basements and attics. They can be a severe health hazard and should not be allowed inside. Get familiar with their habits and signs of rat infestation.


How long do fleas live in your house?

Fleas have a relatively short lifespan, averaging around 100 days. Without a host, fleas typically only live for one to two weeks. Under ideal conditions, fleas can live indoors for up to a year.

What happens if you leave fleas untreated?

Leaving fleas untreated can result in your pet losing hair, having dry skin, and developing lesions in the areas where he scratches.

What causes a flea infestation?

Your pet can pick up fleas from other animals or infested long grass areas. That's how they get into your house. Once inside, your home can become infested with fleas when they start to reproduce.

How do you break the life cycle of a flea?

Clean your furniture and vacuum your carpets, then discard the vacuum cleaner bags afterwards. It would be best to wash all your pets' bedding at high temperatures after cleaning the house thoroughly. Make sure a pest control service provider treats your property for fleas.