Flea infestations are one of the worst pest problems to have. They can drive your pets crazy and leave you and your family covered in itchy, swollen bites. Depending on how you react to flea bites, they can be so itchy that they lead to secondary infection due to scratching. If you’ve ever tried to fight a flea infestation without professional help, you know how time-consuming and difficult it can be.
Luckily, Pest Authority of Austin can protect your Austin, Texas area home or business from fleas so that you never have to deal with an infestation again. Our incredible Barrier 360 treatment creates an exterior flea-proof boundary around your home or business that stops infestations before they can begin. It’s preventative pest control that actually works. What’s even better is that Barrier 360 also stops 12 other pest infestations that are common in the Austin and Pflugerville, Texas areas with the same simple treatment. It’s one of the most cost-effective ways to keep your home safe from fleas and other pests.
With Pest Authority of Austin’s 100% satisfaction guarantee, you can feel confident that we will work hard to make sure your pest problems are solved for good. If any Barrier 360 pests get inside between treatments, we retreat at no extra charge. Because of our no contract and no commitments policy, you’ll never be locked into service with an annual contract like you would be with other companies.
Pest Authority of Austin proudly serves the Austin, Pflugerville and San Marcos, Texas surrounding areas. No Contracts. No Commitments. No Fleas. Guaranteed.
Tips on Preventing Flea Infestations:
- Wash all your bedding weekly – and don’t forget your pets’ bedding!
- Groom your pets at minimum once a month.
- Ask your vet about flea treatments for your furry friends.
- Vacuum your home weekly with special attention on rugs and carpets.
You Might Have Fleas If:
- You notice your household pets scratching more than usual.
- You and your family start to notice red, itchy bites on your feet and legs.
- You start to see small piles of fleas feces (also called “flea dirt”) in your home that looks similar to coarse ground black pepper.
Facts about Fleas:
- Fleas survive on human and animal blood.
- Flea infestations usually originate on a cat, rodent, dog, or rabbit.
- Flea feces and bites can spread diseases like flea-borne typhus, plague, bartonellosis (cat scratch disease), flea tapeworm, and tungiasis.