Nelson's Flea Control Tampa
 
 
 
 
 

Fleas are parasites that feed on humans and other warm blooded animals. When you have a flea infestation you and your pets serve as the host. Most of the time, fleas prefer nonhuman source for feeding, but if infestations are heavy, or when other hosts are not available, fleas will feed on humans. Fleas usually require warm and humid conditions to develop. When it comes flea control Nelson's Pest Control, will perform a thorough inspection of your property and create a treatment solution that is tailored to your unique circumstances. Unfortunately, when it comes to fleas, multiple treatments are necessary to ensure the infestation is completely eliminated. However, we will make every effort to accommodate your schedule and make the process as convenient as possible for you.

Some other reasons that Nelson's Pest Control is one of the Tampa area's most preferred flea control specialists include:

  • We are always honest with our customers. We'll provide only the services that are absolutely necessary and never resort to high-pressure sales tactics.
  • Our technicians are highly trained professionals who have extensive experience creating custom pest control solutions.
  • Despite the exceptional effectiveness of our services, we typically offer more affordable prices than our competitors.
  • Flea treatment can be provided for both INDOOR and/or OUTDOOR issues. Fleas are small yet visible to the naked eye and are capable of jumping from 14 — 16 inches and will bite humans as well as pets.

INDOOR treatment includes a minimum of two treatments every 2 weeks with a 60 day warranty.
OUTDOOR treatment is a single outdoor treatment that includes lawn, trees and flower beds.

Fleas

Cat Flea

There are several types of fleas, but the most common is the cat flea, which also feeds on dogs and humans. Fleas are attracted to body heat, movement, and exhaled carbon dioxide.
Fleas are very small and have no wings. The average flea ranges in size from 1/12 to 1/6 inch long. Their bodies are narrow if viewed from the sides.

A female flea will continue to lay a few eggs every day until she has yielded up to 200 to 400 eggs. These eggs will develop into flea larvae within two days to several weeks, depending on the temperature and humidity. Current studies indicate that adult fleas account for only 5% of the total flea population in any given situation. Eggs account for 50%, larvae account for about 35%, and the remaining 10% are the pupa cocoons.


To schedule a service call or to learn more about our Tampa flea control treatments that we provide for homes and businesses, contact Nelson's Pest Control today.
In Tampa and Hillsborough county call (813) 994-1166 or in St. Pete, Pinellas and Pasco county Call (727) 372-1175

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Hours

  • Mon: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Tue: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Wed: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Thu: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Fri: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Sat - Sun Closed

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Reviewer Dan Roney
5 Star Review
We recently moved to our home and I always noticed ants outside the house. I sprayed and they would be gone, but resurface elsewhere. I missed seeing them one time and it was too late. They had made their way up the front of the house and through the eaves and were coming down everywhere in the bathroom. After 2 days of vacuuming ants and...(Read More)

Reviewer Vinney Murdico Vinney Murdico
5 Star Review
David is a great guy. He came out to treat a possible yellowjacket nest in my shrubs and determined it wasn't a nest at all, but sooty mold on the plants attracting the yellowjackets to the plants from elsewhere. He explained what was causing it and how to treat it and didn't charge me for the visit. It's hard to find honest, knowledgeable vendors these days who ...(Read More)