A Fleabusters Pestex trained technician will get rid of fleas in your house by applying an environmentally-friendly powder process to your carpet, area rugs, and upholstered furniture. Our flea control technicians use special application equipment to apply our product to your home.

Our product, called Rx for Fleas, is actually less toxic than table salt. More importantly, Rx for Fleas plus does not control fleas chemically, but instead works as a physical dessicant to dehydrate the fleas life cycle and create an environment where fleas can no longer live or breed in your home. The powder has adhesive qualities, which, after being applied to your home, allow the product to resist being removed by a vacuum cleaner. A microscopic layer of Rx for Fleas will remain at the base of your rugs to provide a preventative layer of protection against future flea infestations. This adhesive property of the Fleabusters flea treatment is what enables our company to offer the One Year, Money-Back Guarantee for which Fleabusters has become known among dog and cat owners. The result is a complete flea removal from your home.

The Fleabusters flea treatment is the most comprehensive among exterminators in the pest control business. Typical flea treatments using flea sprays or flea bombs only cover open and/or traffic areas.

Your Fleabusters technician will carefully move furnishings such as sofas and chairs, and will use specilaized equipment to treat underneath heavy items such as beds and dressers.

The typical professional Fleabusters application involving a house with wall-to-wall carpeting takes approximately one hour, with some larger homes requiring longer.

Please take a few more minutes of time to read the rest of our website. Information on the flea’s life cycle, other methods of getting rid of fleas, do-it-yourself products, and common Q&A’s will follow.