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San Antonio Flea & Tick Extermination
When the weather warms up, fleas and ticks come out. And unfortunately, even if you don’t have pets, fleas and ticks can make their way into your home and are known to transmit dangerous diseases such as Lyme disease. Needless to say, you don’t want these pests in or around your home. Fortunately, when it comes to flea and tick control in San Antonio, Romney Pest Control has you covered.
From flea and tick prevention to complete coverage of your home or commercial location, Romney offers affordable, comprehensive solutions to keep the pests away. For a free quote or to learn more about our services, give us a call today.
Ticks and Lyme Disease
Lyme disease is a serious disease caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi which is spread to humans by blacklegged ticks. It has lifelong consequences for anyone who becomes infected and signs include fever, chills, fatigue, headaches, and a skin rash. Lyme disease is definitely something you want to avoid, so it’s important to call professionals for tick control as soon as you notice any ticks around your San Antonio property.
With Romney’s regular pest control packages, we treat your home for all common pests including ticks so they don’t become an issue on your property at any point. The best way to keep ticks off your property and out of your home is through prevention with a year-round pest prevention package. Give us a call today to speak with a professional who can help you determine the best solution for your home and family.
There are more than 2,000 species of fleas and many of them have a strong presence throughout San Antonio, Texas. Fleas have four life stages (egg, larva, pupa, and adult) and can go from egg to adult flea in as little as two weeks. A single adult female flea can lay up to 40 eggs per day. Needless to say, a few fleas can turn into an infestation very quickly – especially in warm weather.
If you have pets, the infestation can spread throughout many areas of your home. Females often lay their eggs on pets. As the eggs hatch, the larva falls off of your pet in different areas of your home and lawn. The larva will then grow into pupa and finally become adults that lay eggs, and thus the process repeats itself.
This is often the reason that home remedies for fleas can be ineffective. Fleas in every stage of life are spread throughout your home and many of the home treatments available only handle adult fleas. This leaves homeowners in a perpetual state of killing fleas as new waves of eggs hatch.
With Romney Pest Control, our comprehensive home pest control treatments eliminate fleas at every stage of life, and we treat both your home and yard. This multi-pronged approach is highly effective for killing fleas in San Antonio.
Romney’s Flea & Tick Treaments: How Do They Work?
Our dependable San Antonio pest control experts are highly skilled and experienced in flea and tick control. We perform a full inspection to determine where the hot spots are in and around your home. Common areas include your yard, pet beds, carpeting, sandy soil spots, and shaded areas. We perform a full treatment to kill fleas and ticks in all life stages and provide you with expert tips to prevent them from returning.
If you decide to sign up for our affordable year-round pest control plan, we treat your home quarterly to keep them from returning. Additionally, if you see any pests between treatments, we come back at no additional cost to you. If you want to eliminate fleas and ticks for good, reach out to the professionals at Romney’s Pest Control today.
Flea & Tick Control Costs
We make it affordable to exterminate fleas and ticks in San Antonio and guarantee all of our services. When determining costs, we consider square footage and whether the property requires both indoor and outdoor treatment. For a quick and easy quote, give us a call now and speak with one of our pest control experts.
Romney Pest Control received an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars from 589 reviews.
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