Could your house be infested with fleas even if you don't have pets? The short answer is yes. You may be surprised, but there are a few possible explanations for this. Not only that, but we've also found a solution for you if you're going through this problem. So read till the end to figure out all the whys and hows.
Here are a few ways you might have paved the way for fleas to enter your home:
Stray pets like cats or dogs that stroll near your house drop them near your home.
You went somewhere fleas were present, like a garden or a park or anywhere else with long grasses, and brought them back home with you on your clothing.
You have a lawn or garden in your home, which is like a park for local rodents who drop by and spread fleas and from there, they make their way into your home. Some examples include rats, mice, squirrels, and badgers.
Now that you have unwanted guests at your home, it's time to take care of them. Here's what you can do to remedy the problem:
Let's be honest; getting rid of fleas is a strenuous task, and most people with a busy life don't have time for it. So why not consider hiring a professional pest control company like AJ Pest Control if the infestation is severe or if you have tried other methods without success? Not only will it keep you from a lot of hassle, but compared do-it-yourself remedies, we're a lot more likely to eradicate the problem first time and we can help you prevent a re-infestation in the future.
Having fleas in a house without pets can be a frustrating experience for homeowners. Although it may be more challenging to identify and eradicate the source of the infestation, it is still possible to get rid of fleas. Get thorough cleaning, vacuuming and a professional service from AJ Pest Control. By taking preventative measures and being vigilant, homeowners can ensure that their homes remain flea-free and comfortable for themselves and their families.