The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C Exterminator

Those furry, fun, and adorable pets known as cats and dogs supply a lot for us; They are a playmate for adolescents who can’t play with their friends because of Covid-19 lockdowns.

They supply companionship to lonely seniors and are a built-in exercise “machine” waiting to be escorted for a walk in the park or a chase when they decide to play a game of tag with their owners, however everyone knows that having a pet has some drawbacks, and your nice furniture will likely suffer, and your rugs will be ruined by “accidents” during the process of paper training, however and then there are the fleas; Fleas are care about FL “snowbirds” in that they seek a hot place to escape the winter.

They don’t have the option of flying to a Miami home each winter, so they choose the next best site: The cozy air duct of your home’s Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system. From this hot and humid haven, they sneak out to get a meal from your pet or dog and then go “home” to raise a family of perhaps 50 eggs a day. The homeowner can take steps to prevent this by treating the pets with anti-flea medication (another form of exercise) and making sure that the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system is kept scrub with respected repair from a qualified Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professional. You can also use nature and the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system as an exterminator. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C is better at controlling temperatures but it can’t reach the freezing temperatures needed to kill the fleas, the best it can do is make them uncomfortable. Mother nature is best at controlling humidity but if your Heating, Ventilation, and A/C can maintain a relative humidity level of 50% or less inside the house, those fleas will soon pack up and transport to a more flea-friendly site.

 

 

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