flea control, extermination, prevention and removal
you have a problem with fleas in your London home or business?
If you’re looking for a flea removal service in London to
address a problem with flea infestation, or you want to stop fleas
from entering your home or business, we can help.
is the leading London provider in the assessment, treatment and
prevention of fleas in both homes and businesses.
can visit your premises and advise you on the best way of dealing
with fleas, including professional removal of fleas’ nests.
Our flea removal and prevention services cover all areas of London
and the M25 area.
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Below is some helpful information on the most common types of
Fleas that you may be having problems with.
Flea (Ctenocephalides felis)
Dog Flea (Ctenocephalides canis)
Human Flea (Pulex irritans)
Bird Flea (Ceratophyllus gallinae)
have compressed, flattened bodies with overlapping toughened
plates and long, well-developed hind legs for jumping.
mouthparts adapted to piercing and sucking
have small eyes and they are covered with backward-directed
bristles and spines.
range greyish through to dark mahogany in colour.
(Based on Human Flea)
eggs are 0.5mm long and pearly-coloured. They are laid in carpets,
between floorboards, on fur, bedding and on clothing. They hatch
in 2–3 days.
larvae are whitish and up to 5mm long. They thrive best in dark
humid places. such as underneath furniture. After 2–3
moults these are fully grown in 3–4 weeks.
Flea pupae: cocoons incorporating debris to feed from are spun
by the larva. The development time is dependent on the temperature.
Their emergence is in response to vibration.
emerged from the flimsy cocoon, adult fleas rapidly find a host
for their first blood meal.
can survive several weeks without a blood meal
flea larvae thrive in dark, humid places such as animal bedding
and carpet fluff, and feed on organic debris and adult flea
fleas feed on the blood of the species to which they are adapted
but will feed on other animals in the absence of the normal
on our pets and irritating humans a source of blood is valuable
part of the flea's diet.
fleas can survive several weeks without a blood meal.
carpeting provides a relatively undisturbed environment for
flea larvae to develop, whilst central heating has served to
ensure the ideal temperature conditions.
and allergic reactions can be caused by flea bites. Scientists
believe that fleas were the cause of the bubonic plague (the
‘black death’) being transferred to humans back
can be vectors of disease or may transmit parasitic worms. These
can sometimes be transmitted to humans.