Exterminators use several methods in conjunction with one another to remove fleas from a home, including identifying and controlling fleas on pets and using a strong vacuum to remove fleas, eggs, pupae and larvae. Exterm... More »

Mature fleas, eggs, larvae and pupae die after being exposed to temperatures of 37 degrees Fahrenheit and below. Fleas can withstand these temperatures for days until finally dying. More »

Kill fleas on cats at home by bathing your cat with citrus-based shampoos or lavender-, cedar- or eucalyptus-scented soaps. Groom the cat with a flea comb to work the parasites out from the skin. More »

Mature fleas, eggs, larvae and pupae die after being exposed to temperatures of 37 degrees Fahrenheit and below. Fleas can withstand these temperatures for days until finally dying. More »

One of the most effective ways to remove fleas from a home is to perform daily vacuuming to get rid of adult fleas and eggs and larvae before they develop. Another important step to removing fleas is to wash clothes, cov... More »

To control fleas, vacuum the infested areas, wash pet bedding, bathe pets in flea shampoo and spray the affected areas of the home with an indoor insecticide. It is necessary to remove fleas from both the pet and the hom... More »

To control fleas in your home, vacuum the house daily, bathe pets often and clean bedding with soapy water. Comb your pet once per week. Consult with your vet regularly if your pet is on a flea-control program. More »