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Fleas are incredibly irritating pests, and their ability to hide in your pets’ fur makes them tricky to track down and eliminate on your own. Understanding the life cycle of fleas and how their activity is affected by winter weather can give you a head start in the fight against these annoying pests. And by working with our team of pest control pros at Mosquito Hunters™, you can keep fleas at bay without the need to fight them yourself. Our professional flea control helps Cornelius, NC, residents avoid the headaches of dealing with flea infestations.

Flea Activity in the Winter

Winter is a time when pest activity generally slows down. However, what happens to fleas in the winter? Do they simply die off, or is it more complicated? Let’s take a look at some key components of flea activity in the colder months:

Fleas Don’t Completely Die Off

The first thing to understand about flea activity in the winter is that the cold doesn’t automatically kill these pests. Cold weather makes them more likely to die, but fleas are notoriously tough and spread fast, meaning that they may very well find a warmer place to lay their eggs before the temperatures dip below the point where the adults are no longer able to survive. And even though flea development can slow in the winter, their eggs can still hatch.

Flea Activity Can Persist Indoors

Another reason to be wary of fleas in the colder months is they can easily survive and thrive inside your home. Pets are the main target for fleas, and they can lay eggs shortly after biting them, allowing them to increase their numbers extremely quickly. Inspecting your pets and textiles for these pests can help you identify any infestations and determine if indoor measures are needed.

Why Prevention is Essential

Along with being fast-spreading, fleas are tricky to fight alone due to their ability to quickly jump several times their body length. Preventing flea infestations is much easier than eradicating them, which is why taking preventative measures is key.

Our Advanced Flea Control in the Cornelius Area

Though fleas can be an indoor threat, the fight against them starts outside. Our cutting-edge flea control solutions help Cornelius residents fight these pests off and prevent them from returning in the future.

We offer comprehensive flea control to our neighbors in these areas:

  • Cornelius
  • Mooresville
  • Denver
  • Huntersville
  • Charlotte
  • Davidson
  • And throughout the surrounding communities

For flea control in Cornelius, contact us today!

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