Standard Interior & Exterior Flea Treatment starting at $99*

Our Flea Treatment covers the Internal and External of the property. A basic treatment requires a booster which occurs generally a week later and costing the same amount. This is so that we can kill any adult fleas and dry out the eggs if it touches them with the booster treatment killing newly hatched eggs.

If we notice that there is a flea infestation it will need to be treated with a more powerful chemical and therefore the cost will increase depending on the size on the property.

Flea Infestation

To tell whether you have a flea infestation you will be able to notice them on you and experience them as you walk into your property. There is more involved in treating a flea infestation. The grass must be mowed low so that we can have access to the base of the grass. Floors must be mopped and vacuumed  before the treatment commences because flea pupae hatchlings first feed on flea dropping as they need to have blood. Make sure to throw your vacuum bag away or empty it outside so that your vacuum doesn’t keep fleas within your vacuum.

The Internal Flea Treatment is a mixture of complex boosters and also a growth inhibitor to stop the fleas growing to an adult and reproducing.

The External Flea Treatment uses a tough spray around the yard and under subfloors. We have to return a week later for a booster spray to retreat the exact areas the exact same way in order to kill any newly hatched pupae. We always have to do a booster treatment with Infestations.

Please note all above pricing is for those in Dalby. Surrounding areas outside of built up areas may incur addition costs due to property size or travel costs.

Call us today for a professional and free quote. When we quote a Flea Infestation it is for a double visit, the second one about 7 days after the initial and we will need to know the general size of your land and house.


*Advertised Price of $99 is for a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 garage/carport style unit, within the town limits of Dalby, that has been treated annually with no infestation issues.