Flea Control in Louisville

Helping You Regain Control of Your Home

Once your home is infested with fleas, you’re going to have to do a lot more than give your pets a bath. Unfortunately, once fleas make their way in, they can quickly lay hundreds of eggs and spread throughout your home. Getting rid of this type of infestation requires fast, professional intervention. That’s where Greenix Pest Control in Louisville comes in. As the leading pest control company, our team can handle any flea infestation, no matter how big or small.

Using high-quality, eco-friendly products, our trained professionals flush fleas from your home and treat your property to prevent future invasions from taking place.

Schedule flea control in Louisville by calling (502) 563-1881. We can also be reached online.

Can I Get a Flea Infestation If I Don’t Have Pets?

A very common misconception is that a home without pets cannot be infested with fleas. Unfortunately, that is not necessarily the case. Whether or not you have pets, fleas can find their way in. If they aren’t brought into a home by your dogs or cats, it is common for fleas to hitch a ride on rats and mice. It is also possible for stray dogs or cats that are infected with fleas to introduce them to your home after visiting your porch, deck, or any area around your doors. Lastly, it is possible to pick up fleas from an infested home. These tiny insects can latch onto your clothing until they are in your home.

Signs of a Flea Infestation in Your Home

Because fleas are so small, identifying an infestation can be a little tricky.

Common signs of a flea infestation include:

  • You spot tiny reddish-brown insects hopping around in curtains or carpeting
  • You have unexplained irritating red bites on your body
  • Your pet is itching or licking uncontrollably
  • There are small, dot-like insects in your pet’s fur

If you suspect you have an infestation, reach out to Greenix Pest Control. These pests don’t travel or live alone, so if you spot one, there are definitely more around. Our team can effectively eliminate these insects so you can regain control over your home.

Are Fleas Dangerous?

Not only are fleas irritating but they are actually quite dangerous. Fleas are parasites that feed on hosts, which can result in itchy, painful bites and rashes, allergic reactions, and even certain diseases. While fleas prefer to feed on animals, they will occasionally feed on humans. When bitten by an infected flea, a human can contract whatever disease that flea carries.

A few of the most common flea-borne diseases and illnesses include:

  • Plague
  • Typhus
  • Cat-scratch disease
  • Tapeworms

If you are feeling unwell after being bitten by fleas, it is important that you seek medical attention right away.

How to Prevent Fleas

We know you do not want to deal with a flea infestation. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to prevent an infestation and protect your home.

To prevent fleas, you should:

  • Vacuum your carpets daily
  • Wash your curtains regularly
  • Check your pets for signs of fleas often
  • Wash your pet bedding in hot water
  • Use flea shampoo on your pets
  • Schedule routine pest control

Of course, the best way to protect your home is to bring in a team of trained professionals. Our Louisville flea control experts know exactly where to look and how to treat your home to protect it against pesky fleas.

How We Protect Your Home

Over the years, our team has perfected our flea removal and treatment process. When you call on our Louisville flea control experts, you can rest easy knowing we will get the job done right.

Our process is below:

  • Conduct a 20-point inspection to identify high-risk areas
  • Develop the best possible treatment plan for your home
  • Use backpack foggers to eliminate fleas in bushes and shrubbery
  • Apply a power mist machine to treat the foliage around your home
  • Perform spot treatments inside of your home

At Greenix Pest Control, our team never cuts corners or settles for work that is “good enough” because your safety and comfort are our utmost priorities.

Call (502) 563-1881 or contact us online to get started.