All of our engineers are working to government COVID-19 guidelines.

Open: 24 / 7


Professional Flea Control

Why Choose Forest Group?

Fast Response

Our team are always available to help. We have a quick, nationwide response times meaning that we can get you back on your feet in no time.

Experienced Experts

With our vast experience in various trades, we are qualified to handle any job that comes your way.

Varied Solutions

Whether it's a small problem or something big, our team is here to help you out. We can offer solutions for all of your needs.

Free Quotes

Get a free, no-obligation quote for our services. We always offer a fair rate.

Flea removal from

£198+ VAT Subject to site survey.

Call us now on

0330 133 5801

or Request a Callback

Local Flea Treatment Experts

Fleas are a common issue for pet owners, and if you have noticed an infestation it is important to take action quickly. Forest Group offers professional flea control services that can eliminate the problem in just a few weeks. Fleas can feed on your pet for up to an hour at a time, so it is important to treat your property entirely to ensure they are eradicated.

If you’re experiencing a flea infestation, it’s important to seek professional help. Forest Group can provide you with a custom solution to get rid of fleas for good. Contact us today for more information.

How To Spot A Flea Infestation

Fleas can be difficult to detect, as they are typically found near where pets rest and along their fur. However, they may also lay eggs in carpets and other areas of your home, which can allow them to live without a host for months. 

Flea Bites

Fleas will tend to bite mainly on the arms and the legs, as opposed to on your body. The irritation of the bite is mainly caused through the reaction to saliva from the fleas that stops your blood from clotting, enabling them to feed effectively. It is important to clean and disinfect any bites as soon as possible as they can become infected.

Flea Debris

If you are seeing droppings, markings, or fleas around your home, it is likely that you have a flea infestation. Fleas are small, but can be seen by the naked eye, particularly when they jump. There are various ways to treat a flea infestation, so please consult a professional for assistance.

Contact With Pets

Fleas are a common problem for both pets and their owners. They can easily spread throughout the house if one flea is introduced, as they can lay eggs in carpets and remain dormant for long periods of time before finding a host to feed on.

Flea Treatment Solutions

Flea infestations need to be attacked from a variety of angles for the flea eradication to properly begin. There are a few things that you will need to do before flea treatment is carried out, to ensure that your problem is dealt with quickly and effectively.

The first step is to identify the source of the infestation. Fleas can come from a variety of places – including your pet, other animals in your home, or even from outside. Once you have identified the source, you can begin to take steps to eliminate them.

In addition to identification and elimination of the source, it is important to treat all animals in the household with a flea treatment product. If only some of the animals are treated, the fleas will simply move to the untreated ones. Finally, you should clean all areas of your home where fleas may be living or hiding. This includes vacuuming all carpets and furniture, as well as washing all bedding and linens in hot water.

When To Call A Flea Exterminator

When dealing with a flea infestation, it is important that you seek professional help. Only a fully trained and certified pest controller will have the necessary expertise to handle and treat the infestation properly. They will also be able to assess the property to see what measures need to be taken in order to completely eradicate the pests.


The disease affects the red blood cells in household pets, and causes anaemia in cats. Other symptoms include a loss of appetite and dramatic weight loss.


If your pet becomes infected with tapeworms, this could be due to the fact that a flea has spread the eggs. Tapeworms can cause great irritation and discomfort to your pet, and can also lead to weight loss. Treatment is usually effective, but it is important to seek help as soon as possible to avoid any serious health complications.

Cat Scratch Disease (CSD)

Flea-transmitted diseases, such as CSD, can be a risk to cat owners. CSD is transmitted when an infected flea defecates on or near a person, and they are then scratched, bitten, or licked. Humans can also contract the disease by coming into contact with flea faeces on pet fur.

Proud to be working alongside