HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR TREATMENT?
PREPARE TO BE GONE (your pets also) FOR 2-3 HOURS; floor surfaces and upholstery will need time to dry.
CLEAR ITEMS FROM THE FLOORS.
Books, toys, shoes should be placed on tables or beds (not on upholstered furniture). Clear items from closet floors, if possible.
REMOVE ITEMS STORED UNDER BEDS, AND CLEAN UNDER UPHOLSTERY CUSHIONS.
VACUUM ENTIRE HOUSE, INCLUDING UNDER BEDS AND FURNITURE IF POSSIBLE.
Remove vacuum bag and discard in sealed plastic bag.
WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU TAKE YOUR PET(S) TO BE TREATED AT THE SAME TIME AS YOUR RESIDENCE.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO AFTER TREATMENT?
VACUUM YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE AT LEAST TWICE PER WEEK.
ACTIVITY NEEDED! Fleas will not die if they remain in hibernation. To encourage flea activity there must be human (or pet) movement and activity in the structure. Make sure to spend time in the basement and every room twice a week.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AFTER TREATMENT?
- First and second weeks: You will not notice much change (although much is changing for the fleas). We have killed at least ½ the flea population, but you may not notice.
- Just after the end of the second week you may begin to see smaller and slower fleas (look for that).
- Soon after, the flea population will begin to crash. Almost all flea infestations are eradicated by the end of 30 days.
There is a reduced fee for re-sprays (up to 90 days). We can legally re-spray after just 2 weeks (not sooner), but recommend you wait 30 days. Since the success rate is so high for those who wait the full 30 days, we discourage early re-sprays by charging a higher re-spray price for re-sprays requested 15-30 days from initial treatment.