Flea Control Gold Coast

#1 Effective Flea Pest Control Treatments

Flea Control Gold Coast

Worried about flea infestations? Don’t let these pesky pests take over your home! We know how to get rid of fleas and keep them away for good.

Fleas don’t just bite and leave itchy welts – they also spread diseases and parasites. Their bites can cause irritation, allergies and even anemia in pets. It’s crucial to eliminate flea infestations quickly before they multiply and take over your home.

At Eco Pest Control Gold Coast, our technicians have over 10 years of experience providing safe, effective flea control on the Gold Coast. We use industry-leading products and proven treatment methods to clear your property of flea eggs, larvae pupae and adults. Within hours after our flea treatment, you’ll start seeing dead fleas vacuumed up.

With 100% satisfaction guaranteed or we’ll treat again for free.

Contact us now! The earlier you act, the easier it is to eliminate these nuisance pests.

Get a free quote today, our friendly team are available 24/7 to provide flea control solutions.

What are Fleas?

Fleas are tiny, wingless, blood-sucking parasites that feed on humans, pets, and other animals. They go through four life stages – eggs, larvae, pupae, and adults. Female fleas can lay up to 50 eggs per day, allowing populations to explode rapidly. Fleas can leap up to 200 times their own body length and breed rapidly in warm, humid conditions. Their bites can cause significant irritation and can transmit tapeworms, bacteria, and other diseases.

Common Species

  • Cat flea – Most prevalent flea found on cats, dogs and humans
  • Dog flea – Prefers to feed on dogs but also bites humans
  • Human flea – Feeds primarily on humans but will also bite dogs and cats
  • Rat flea – Found on rodents but can infest homes and bite humans

Signs of Infestation

  • Itchy red bites on skin
  • Flea dirt (feces) in pet fur or bedding
  • Tapeworm segments in pet feces
  • Pets scratching or biting themselves
  • Adult fleas spotted on pets or in home
  • Pale gums, lethargy and hair loss in pets (signs of anemia)

How to Control and Prevent Fleas

  • Treat infested pets with vet-recommended products
  • Vacuum and wash bedding, furniture and pet items
  • Use insect growth regulators (IGRs) and sprays in the house
  • Bathe and groom pets regularly to remove fleas
  • Keep grass cut short and surroundings tidy
  • Schedule professional pest control treatments

What to Do if You Have a Problem?

If you suspect a flea infestation, call us immediately on 07 5240 5555 for a thorough inspection and to discuss treatment plans. Acting quickly is important before fleas can multiply further.

Our Flea Control Services

  • Thorough inspection to identify infestation sources
  • Pet-friendly and child-safe treatments
  • Flea bombs and insecticide spraying
  • Removal of fleas on pets with topical or oral treatments
  • Fogging to penetrate carpets, furniture and crevices
  • Follow-up appointments to ensure elimination
  • Flea prevention and monitoring

Why Choose Us

  • 10 years experience
  • Licensed and insured
  • Pet-safe methods and products
  • Using effective, modern treatments
  • Pet and family friendly approach
  • Treatments tailored to your situation
  • Dedicated to exceptional service
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee
  • Affordable pricing
  • FREE Quotes

Our Locations

We provide flea control across these areas on the Gold Coast:

  • Surfers Paradise
  • Broadbeach
  • Burleigh Heads
  • Coolangatta
  • Varsity Lakes
  • Robina
  • Mermaid Beach
  • Main Beach
  • Southport
  • Nerang

Contact Us

To book your flea inspection and treatment, call Eco Pest Control Gold Coast on 07 5240 5555 today or visit our contact page to schedule service.

We’re ready to help get your home or business flea-free fast. Call now!

Please Note: End Of Lease Flea Treatment – A Legal Requirement in Gold Coast

End of lease flea treatment is a mandatory requirement for renters in Gold Coast before vacating a property. This legal requirement, outlined in the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008, aims to prevent the spread of fleas and other pests to future tenants.

It involves having the property professionally sprayed, fogged or dusted. This kills any fleas, larvae and eggs. A certificate is issued to verify the treatment was completed. This provides peace of mind for both tenant and owner that the property is pest-free.