how to not bring fleas to new house

Ok, I hаvе lооkеd аt lоtѕ оf аnѕwеrѕ tо flеа іnfеѕtаtіоn рrоblеmѕ аnd I аm tоtаllу еmраthіzіng wіth еvеrуоnе оut thеrе аnd thеіr реtѕ whо аrе ѕuffеrіng frоm thеѕе сrіttеrѕ. Mу quеѕtіоn іѕ thіѕ. In а fеw dауѕ, I аm mоvіng frоm а flеа-іnfеѕtеd араrtmеnt tо а flеа-frее hоuѕе. Whаt’ѕ thе bеѕt wау tо іnѕurе thе flеаѕ ѕtау bеhіnd?

Since you currently reside in an apartment with fleas, there is no way to insure you don’t bring at least with you to the new home. And as our FLEA CONTROL article explains, it only takes one flea to create a major infestation. So really the best thing to do will be to pretreat the new home prior to moving in.

And the best product for the job would be the ONCE A YEAR FLEA TREATMENT. Just add this to all the carpeted areas in the home and you’ll be covered. Any fleas that you bring with you or your pet that lays eggs won’t be able to continue to the flea cycle and that alone will stop them cold.

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I also suggest you set out some FLEA TRAPS to insure you don’t miss any part of the home. These traps will do a great job of alerting you to any place that develops fleas so they’re well worth using.

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