Flea Extermination – Call the Montreal Expert!
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Why Call Ecopro for Flea Extermination?
Fleas easily infiltrate your home and are difficult to get rid of. If you think you might have fleas in your home, call us immediately. We are ready to help you solve your flea problem fast! Our professional extermination team is trained and experienced in dealing with all the parasite insects found in the greater Montreal area.
Fast and Discreet Service
24-hour response time with unmarked vehicles
Trained & Certified Pest Control Technicians
Wherever the fleas are nesting we will find them
Eco Friendly Parasite Control Products
We use the safest methods to protect your family, with products certified by Health Canada, and our extermination company is licensed by Environment Québec.
Guaranteed Treatments & Follow-Up
Our work is guaranteed, and our exterminator will not leave your house without a go forward prevention plan
Fleas multiply rapidly—tackle the problem immediately to avoid a serious infestation. Get a phone consult now.
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Do You Have Fleas in Your House?
Ecopro gestion parasitaire is Your Solution!
In addition to being repulsive and difficult to remove from your home, fleas can transmit serious disease and cause people and pets to get serious allergic reactions caused by flea saliva and bites.
An adult female flea can lay forty to fifty eggs per day.
Don’t risk an infestation. Call us now!
What are fleas?
Fleas are parasites that feed on animal and human blood. Fleas are 1 to 4mm long, with dark, reddish brown bodies and microscopic hair that allows them to travel easily through hair and fur. Although fleas do not fly, they can jump up to 20cm (vertically) and 41cm (horizontally).
There are at least two-thousand known flea species around the world. Here are some more common types of fleas that can be found in Quebec homes:
Cat Fleas: are the most common fleas found in pets and Quebec homes. Regardless of their name, they can infest both cats and dogs, wild animals and even humans.
Dog Fleas: are much less common in Canada than cat fleas. Dog fleas are a different species than cat fleas, although their differences can only be seen using a microscope.
Chigoe Fleas: are found in tropical areas. They make their way into
Canadian homes through tourists who vacationed in locations such as Central or South-America. Chigoe fleas can be found in the sand and attach to their hosts (usually on the feet) by entering the outer layers of the skin. Chigoe fleas can cause infection, inflammation and pain, but can also cause more severe conditions, including gangrene and serious blood infections.
Signs of a Flea Infestation
Most people believe that they can only attract fleas at the dog park, and consequently, their pet will start scratching. However, this could not be further from the truth!
Although the above scenario is possible, flea infestations can occur through various scenarios. Fleas are complex parasites whose 4 life cycle stages allow them to survive through various environments and conditions. Moreover, fleas only live about one quarter of their life on their host. This means that the remainder of their lives is spent out in the environment, and therefore, under your baseboards, in your carpets, and other cracks and crevices in your home, or yard! For this reason, only relying on checking your pet for fleas, is not an effective way to avoid a flea infestation.
Here are some of the signs that will reveal that you have fleas in your home:
Physical Signs of a Flea Infestation
Physical signs that prove fleas are present in your surroundings include: red, infected skin, or red bumps on your or your pet’s skin. Rashes and, of course, itchy skin are also a sign of infestation.
Flea Droppings as a Sign of Infestation
Flea droppings are tiny, dark or red specks of dirt that look like coarse pepper. Finding flea droppings in your pet’s fur or in areas of your home, is a sign you might have a flea infestation in your house.
Flea Larva as a Sign of Infestation
Flea larva can be found around your home. Their colour is creamy white, and they measure approximately 3 to 5mm in length. They feed on organic debris (including dead skin or even other flea droppings). For this reason, they do not rely on hosts to survive. They can be found in bedding, under the furniture, in carpets, under baseboards or cracks. In the yard, flea larva can be found in shaded, protected areas.
If you suspect fleas have made their way into your home call us immediately. We are available 24/7 and we get rid of fleas fast!
Fleas on Your Property? Call a Certified Exterminator to Get the Job Done
Because fleas travel on and off their host during their four life stages (egg, larva, pupa, and adult flea), it is difficult to locate and get rid of them. Moreover, pets like cats and dogs are not the only possible carriers of fleas. Many flea infestations are caused by a wild animal or rodent lurking in and around the property. In some cases, fleas can also attach to humans who are traveling.
Contacting a certified pest control expert like Ecopro is the safest, fastest, and most effective way to exterminate fleas from your home.
Ecopro will ensure the problem is gone.
A go-forward prevention plan will also be put into place to ensure that you know how to prevent getting fleas again in the future.
Ecopro has experience and success in solving infestation problems. We have helped thousands of clients in Montreal, the South Shore and Laval. We will completely remove fleas from your property, ensuring your home is safe again!
Do not waste time and effort with less effective approaches. Get rid of the problem the first time around! Call us today!
What we do
We care about customer service and a job well done
Ecopro works for homeowners to ensure peace and security in their own homes. We solve problems with ants, bed bugs, spiders, mice and other residential pests.
Please contact us today if you have any pest control needs for your home. Quick action (when needed) is always better than a delay. Pests never just go away by themselves.
Let us work with you to eliminate the problem at the source and get you and your family back to your routine without any worries about bugs in your home.
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Our commercial extermination division serves restaurants, retail stores, hotels, and grocery chains. Common problems we manage are the presence of mice or rats and insects. Our commercial pest control services include ongoing contracts to keep stores and restaurants free of pests and in compliance with regulations.
Please call us today for help with an immediate issue, or to learn more about our pest control solutions for business. Our technicians cover all of the Island of Montreal (including the West Island), the South Shore, Laval, and the North Shore.
Choose Ecopro for guaranteed and discrete services to keep your business running smoothly.
Factories, manufacturing, and industrial buildings can become home to mice, rats, ants, and even wild animals. It is critical to take positive action to prevent and control these issues, because the long-term costs of a pest problem in an industrial setting can be very large and undesirable.
Ecopro offers a consultation and inspections service for industrial buildings. Please contact us now so we can schedule a consult and give you some options for both any necessary short-term solutions as well as a long-term pest management strategy.
Call us and you will find a reliable and effective business partner.
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What makes us the top eco-friendly exterminator in Montreal?
Ecopro gestion parasitaire is a family business focused on professionalism and discretion – not to mention results. Our team of certified technicians travels in unmarked trucks and works effectively behind the scenes to get the job done without drawing attention in residential and commercial neighborhoods.