fleas on tiled floor

Been treated four times by pest control company and still have a few. What should I do?

Treating fleas on tiled floors is actually very easy to do and to get positive results and with that being said, I’m unsure why you’re having this type of lingering problem. The reason why these areas are so easy to handle is because the flooring is a solid, impenetrable surface so there is no where for the fleas to hide. This means there is no way for them to avoid simple clean ups and direct treatments.

So to start, all tiled and hardwood flooring should be thoroughly vacuumed as explained in our FLEA CONTROL article. This will effectively remove all the flea eggs and pupae. Next, apply PRECOR 2000 to these areas. Precor 2000 is best suited for tiled floors. It won’t make a mess, it’s odorless and it will stop any flea eggs your vacuuming did not remove or may have missed.

Precor 2000: www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/precor-2000

Next, set out some FLEA TRAPS throughout these same areas. Flea traps will do a good job of collecting any fleas that might be coming to the area which the treatments misses.

Flea Trap:  http://www.bugspraycart.com/traps/electric/flea-traps

Lastly, be sure to have the carpets vacuumed and treated with one of the products listed in our article. Our favorite is the ONCE A YEAR FLEA TREATMENT because it’s so effective and when combined with Flea Traps, easy and long lasting.

First Defense: www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/first-defense-20-ounce-jar

Flea Article: www.flea.net/flea-control