Flea Pest Control In Brisbane

The warm, humid climate of Brisbane makes the city a hotbed for fleas.

Do you spot fleas in and around your property these days and searching for advanced flea control services in Brisbane? Are you afraid that when the season changes your property may become susceptible to the infestation and want some preventive flea treatment options?

Welcome to Tom’s Pest Control – the destination for advanced flea pest control in Brisbane.

We will provide you with tailored treatment solutions that include detailed pest inspection and ongoing prevention techniques. With certified flea control technicians and state-of-the-art tools, we will deliver you the best pest control service for your home or commercial property.

At Tom’s Pest Control, we not only exterminate the fleas from your property but will help you make your property free of future infestation risks as well.

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    Why Is Timely Flea Control Important?

    Fleas do not bite humans, but they can make much more issues than you think. If you think that flea extermination is unnecessary, you should learn the ill effects of the infestation at a property.
    • Flea infestation usually affects pests, and that can result in some allergic reactions in the animals.
    • Flea infestation can sometimes be severe for the pets, including the shedding of fur, loss of weight, and more.
    • Fleas may carry tapeworms and cause a number of health issues in pets.
    • Fleas bite pets and create skin infection. Generally, the pests feed blood quantity up to 15 times of their own weight.
    • The presence of fleas at a property is generally perceived as a lack of maintenance, and people do not find themselves welcomed to such properties.
    Therefore, as soon as you see the signs of fleas at your property, seek the assistance of our experienced pest extermination specialists to protect your pets and property from the infestation.

    How To Confirm The Presence Of Flea Infestation?

    With the following signs, you can confirm the presence of fleas at your property:
    • Live fleas in the carpet, drapery, and furniture.
    • Dot-like insects in the fur of your pets.
    • Pets seem to be restless, are scratching, biting, or licking their fur excessively.
    • Any noticeable symptoms such as swelling on the mouth, lips, face, hands or face of your pet. Also, the pet struggles with shortness of breath or wheezing.
    • Flea dirt – often look like coffee grounds – on the crate and bedding of your pets.
    If you observe the above signs of flea infestation at your property, contact Tom’s Pest Control immediately for a quick inspection service. Be it a flea treatment for home or a commercial property, we will provide tailored pest control services based on the extent of the infestation.
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    A Step-By-Step Treatment

    Tom’s Pest Control offers comprehensive four-stage treatment process to help our customers to protect their pets from fleas.


    Our certified flea control specialists will visit your property and complete a detailed inspection. It will document the flea type present at the property, the extent of the infestation, the damage associated with the infestation, and more.

    We will also identify the reasons behind it to help you to avoid the risks of future infestation.

    Tailored Treatment Plan

    Based on the inspection results, we will create a tailored treatment plan to safeguard your property from flea infestation. The treatment plan will have the treatment procedures, the timeline of treatment, the expected results of the treatment, and the need for any follow-up treatment.

    Before starting the treatment, we may have specific instructions to the inhabitants of the property based on the type of treatment.

    The Extermination

    Our qualified technicians will complete the pest treatment, as mentioned in the treatment plan. At Tom’s Pest Control, we use a number of treatment procedures including flea traps, application of insecticides, aerosol sprays, and more to control the pest at your environment.

    We are very much specific about creating a healthy environment with our treatment solutions. Therefore, we use only the approved flea control products per Australian standards.

    The Ongoing Prevention

    In addition to the extermination, it is also important to take steps to control future flea infestation at the property. We will give you specific instructions to avoid flea infestation again. You can also follow the below general tips to reduce the risks of flea infestation at your property:

    • Regularly vacuum the property as lack of hygiene is a major factor for the pest infestation.
    • Ensure proper maintenance of your yard – including mowing grass and trimming trees – to reduce the outdoor hiding places for fleas.
    • Regularly wash the pet bedding – weekly – using hot water to ensure minimal infection to your pets.
    • Inspect the property for flea infestation at regular intervals.

    Why Tom’s Pest Control?

    Tom’s Pest Control has captured the attention of both homeowners and businesses with its services standards:
    • Quick same/next day flea control services
    • Tailored treatments, upfront quotes
    • TAFE and APCA-certified flea treatment technicians
    • Friendly, professional service experience
    • Safe, family-friendly flea treatments
    • 100 percent satisfaction guarantee
    You can get an upfront, obligation-free quotation for your flea control requirements and experience a transparent service experience.

    If you discover that the pest infestation issues in your property is not fixed within two weeks of the treatment, you can reach out us for a FREE retreatment. Our flea control technicians will return to your property, complete the treatment the best way, and ensure that you are fully satisfied with the service.

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    What is the first sign of a flea infestation?

    To indicate an infestation, fleas can climb on drapes and furniture. You may find several tiny, dangling insects on your pet’s hair. Your dog may be more inclined to scratch, lick, or bite its hair. Your dog might also have black or brown hair. These are flea eggs left over from a blood meal.

    Infested dogs may experience hair loss or scabs. In addition, due to blood loss, they may develop pale gums. Flea-infested pets may have tapeworms more often, as certain species of tapeworms are hosts for fleas. Flea-infested pets may also have tapeworms in their feces.

    Although flea infestations can be distressing, there are many options. First, you should treat all your homes, pets, and yard simultaneously. Then, for expert flea control, contact us.

    Are flea bites harmful?

    Flea bites can cause irritation and discomfort for both you and your pet. Flea bites are harmless. Avoid scratching the bites of fleas. Itching can be relieved by using a variety of home remedies and over-the-counter products.

    If you have persistent symptoms from a flea bite for more than two weeks, your healthcare provider should be contacted. Flea bites can cause irritation and itching in pets and people.

    Flea bites can cause the spread of disease. The spread of disease can be caused by fleas, which transmit their vectors (living creatures) to other animals. Blood is the most popular vector for spreading disease. Bloodsuckers are, therefore, the most prevalent vector species.

    Is it possible for fleas to be removed from my home?

    Humans are not able to sustain fleas. Humans are unable to sustain fleas. Fleas can jump on infected pets and other animals to bite the feet, ankles, and legs. Fleas are also found in rodents and birds. There are more than 2,500 flea species worldwide.

    Individual feathers and hairs of animals can attract fleas. Likewise, fleas might be attracted by feathers and hair from animals. Fleas may use their fluffy bodies to hide or eat. After the pupal is over, they lay eggs. This could lead to a flea infestation that may need treatment.

    Fleas are not easily spread from one person to another. Fleas can spread quickly from one person to another. However, those who live in areas with flea infestations are more likely than animals to become infected. Flea infestations can spread to other areas by moving the pet’s bed from an infested room to another.

    What is the average time it takes to get rid of a flea infestation?

    There are many types of flea treatments for dogs. These include topicals, collars, and pills. Every kind of flea medication works differently due to the active ingredients. Fleas can also die at different times, depending upon the treatment.

    Topical flea prevention can help reduce flea loads in dogs for up to 12 to 48 hours. Flea treatments can be applied within two to four hours. It is recommended that you have your skin frequently checked in areas where there are high levels of parasites.

    Fleas can be transmitted to pets. However, with proper treatment, these pests can easily be eradicated. This treatment can be completed in as little as one hour. You can also apply topically to get rid of flea infestations quickly.

    What is the cost of flea treatment?

    A first appointment costs between $100 and $200. Expect to pay more if you have multiple properties and locations that need treatment.

    You might ask the exterminator to come back for a second inspection. A professional exterminator can perform flea treatment.

    They can help keep your family’s environment free from fleas. In addition, Tom’s Pest Management specialists are available to provide additional information.

    What keeps fleas away?

    You can make flea traps at home with water and dish soap. To infest flea-infested places, fill a bowl or plate full of warm water and dish soap.

    Fleas can be controlled with a herbal spray. This all-natural flea treatment is non-toxic and safe for children and pets.

    You should call your local flea control experts if you suspect a flea infestation.

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      Call us today on (07) 3184 4223 or use our online form to let us know the flea infestation at your property. Let’s make your environment a seamless experience for your pets.