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Flea Control Service in Cornelia, GA, Anderson, SC & Greenville, SC

Dogs and cats aren’t the only ones who can suffer from itchy flea bites. A flea infestation can spread to your home and yard, posing health risks to the whole household. When you’re dealing with a flea infestation, you want someone who can get the job done quickly, effectively, and safely. Compass Pest’s flea control experts in Georgia and South Carolina are ready to tackle your flea problem, starting with a free inspection and estimate.

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Our Approach to Flea Treatment

When determining the best solution to a flea infestation, we follow a process called Integrated Pest Management Solutions (IPM). IPM has three steps: our experts start with a flea inspection, identify the source and severity of the problem, and implement a safe, fast, and effective strategy.

IPM is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Whether sealing cracks, removing a food or water source or when necessary, employing traditional treatments, our technicians will employ the best practices to remove the problem and prevent future ones, all while prioritizing your family’s health and safety.

Why Choose Compass Pest Management?

  • Award-winning service from exceptionally friendly staff
  • Safe products registered with the EPA
  • Affordable options that are tailored to your budget and needs
  • Green solutions that protect your family and the environment
  • Registered, certified professionals that go the extra mile for you

Flea FAQ

Where do fleas live?

Fleas can establish themselves in your home or yard, leading to a potentially severe infestation. They are often in or under furniture, in the carpet, or between cracks on hardwood floors.

Do fleas bite humans?

Fleas most often live and reproduce in the fur of dogs and cats, and while they don’t reproduce on people, they can bite humans. Itchy bumps around your ankles might be a sign of a flea problem.

Do fleas carry disease?

Fleas can carry diseases and tapeworms. For the health of your family and pets, it is best to deal with a flea infestation sooner than later. Your pest control technician will discuss with you the most effective methods to treat your problem, including traditional application methods with EPA-approved products or natural alternatives.

Can I just treat my pet?
Pets may bring fleas into your home, but treating your pet is not always enough to eliminate a flea problem. You may also need to treat your yard and home. Compass Pest Management’s free inspection will identify the severity of the problem and the most effective, affordable solution.
Can I eliminate fleas myself?

Fleas can be very difficult to exterminate, due to their hardiness and rapid reproduction. Sometimes DIY solutions are sufficient, but in many cases, professional services are faster and more effective. We offer a variety of service plans to meet your needs and budget.

“Since we made the decision 9 years ago to have Compass manage our home pest control, we’ve never been disappointed…their work is so comprehensive.”

– Ron & Carol Nordstrom

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Free Flea Treatment Inspection & Estimate

Contact Compass today and we will set up your free flea inspection & estimate. We will be happy to serve you from one of our locations in Georgia & South Carolina.