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Macclesfield Flea Treatment Advice
Flea Pest Control
Here at Young's Pest Control services, we are experts in delivering effective and professional Macclesfield flea treatment. If you have a problem with a flea infestation in your commercial or private property, then please do not hesitate to contact us. We make sure infestations are dealt with seriously, so problems do not reoccur.
If you suspect a problem, then make sure you pick up the telephone. We will conduct an initial survey, which will determine exactly which course of action we take. Our Macclesfield flea treatment, flea removal, and flea fumigation services are tailored to the need of the customer. Furthermore, we offer advice that is important for further prevention against flea infestation.
Our services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We make sure any job undertaken is done so in a professional manner.
Anatomy of a Flea
- Length: Usually 2-3mm.
- Fleas posses flattened bodies, which have protective plates. Fleas have well-developed legs for effective jumping.
- Developed mandibles for piercing and cutting skin.
- Fleas have microscopic eyes, encased in backward-facing bristles.
Further Information About A Flea
Fleas can vary in color - from grey to dark mahogany. Eggs produced by females are usually 0.5mm in length and are like pearls. Eggs are often laid in carpets, in cracks in floorboards, on human/animal fur, in bedding or on clothing. Eggs hatch within 2-3 days of being laid.
Flea young are whitish and can measure up to 5mm in length. Importantly, they grow well under hot and humid conditions. After the insect had shed 2-3 times they become a fully grown adult.
Cocoons are created by adding debris, so it can be fed off during metamorphosis. The development time of the cocoon is purely dependant on the external temperature. Emergence is also dependant on vibrations of the outside world. When fleas enter the world as adults, they are ready for their first meal, which is usually blood.
Behavior of Fleas
Adults are fully capable of surviving without a blood meal for a fortnight. Flea larvae develop well in dark, hot places such as animal bedding and within carpets. Young feed off remnants of organic material and adult flea feces.
Adults fleas are known to feed on the blood of humans and most domesticated animals. Nevertheless, if a preferred host is not available, then they are likely to choose another host off which to feed. Essentially, A flea's diet is that of animal and human blood.
Other Important Information
Carpeting throughout a property is a safe haven for a flea to thrive and rooms that constantly heated mean larvae will also develop at a faster rate. Ideal temperature conditions are imperative to the continuation of a flea's life cycle.
Humans and other domesticated animals often suffer from allergic reactions after a flea bite. Scientists understand that fleas were the main cause of the bubonic plague/black death in 1665, as they were carried on the back of rats and transferred to humans.
Fleas can be the vessels of some horrendous diseases and can also harbor parasitic worms. These worms can be transferred to humans.
Effective Pest Control
If you have a flea infestation, then why not contact us immediately? We offer bespoke flea fumigation, general Macclesfield flea treatment, and flea removal services. Responsive and careful Macclesfield flea treatment is imperative if the problem is not going to reoccur.