As stated above no entry for humans or animals until the property is totally dry.
Your animal must be treated for fleas by a veterinary surgeon around the time we treat and then on an on-going basis. Your animal can re-infect your property.
Ventilate the property on re-entry and beware in case the floors are still wet or slippery.
No vacuuming or floor washing for at least 21 days.
Call us if fleas are seen after 21 days for further advise and before vacuuming.
We are experts in flea removal and our aim is to cause the minimum amount of disruption and make the whole process as stress free as possible. This will also help us to minimise costs.
To enable us to do this we need your help and assistance.
We rarely need to undertake a second treatment in a property if our guidelines are followed.
It is essential that any flea treatment is thorough and you, the client, have a very important part to play.
The property must be vacuumed thoroughly .
(Dirty, dusty conditions can cause rapiddeactivation of the insecticide. )
All floor areas need to be cleared of any items except furniture. This includes clearing under beds and floor areas of built in wardrobes.
Fish and aquatic life need to be moved from the property prior to treatment. If this cannot be achieved tanks need to be covered.
All pets and humans also need to be excluded until the property has thoroughly dried.
Our treatment will be tailor made to your individual situation and our RSPH ( Royal Society for Public Health ) qualified technician will talk the treatment through with you and answer any concerns that you may have.
We will spray the entire floor area with an insecticide suited to your situation and the property must not be entered ( humans or animals ) until it is dry ( in a normal situation this will take 4 to 6 hours ).