Pest Control In Liberty, NC

As one of North Carolina's most charming, rural towns, there's a lot to love about Liberty – including our biannual antique festival and rolling farmlands. Unfortunately, pest problems in Liberty also abound, but Go-Forth Pest Control can help. 

Here's what Liberty residents should know about how our home pest control works, what comes with our commercial services, the dangers of fleas, and why you should use Randolph County pest control to deal with bed bugs. 

Residential Pest Control In Liberty, NC

Keeping pests out of your Liberty home shouldn't feel like a full-time job, and when you work with us at Go-Forth Pest Control, it won't be. Whether it's bed bugs, termites, fleas, ticks, ants, rodents, or any other pest, we're up for the challenge. 

We customize every single treatment to target the needs of your home, and when you work with us for home pest control, you'll get:

  • Same-day services
  • Free estimates
  • Pet, child, and eco-friendly treatments
  • Discounts when you abide by regular service treatments

For the best home protection in Liberty, contact Go-Forth Pest Control!


How Dangerous Is It To Have Fleas In My Liberty Home?

flea on pet hair

Not only can they leave itchy red bumps on you or your pet's skin, but fleas also have the potential to spread diseases, such as:

  • Murine typhus
  • Tungiasis
  • Tularemia
  • Bartonellosis
  • Plague

These diseases may be flea-borne, but fleas can also contract these diseases from rodents or other infected wildlife that they've fed on. Any diseases that fleas pick up from previous hosts can put you, your family, or your pets at further risk. 

Besides the diseases listed above, it's also important to note that fleas can sometimes transmit parasites like tapeworms. If one of your pets accidentally eats a flea, they'll also swallow the tapeworm. 

Can you prevent fleas? Although fleas, like many pests, aren't entirely preventable, there are some ways you can reduce the risk of an infestation, such as:

  • Be careful where you walk your pets, as fleas tend to hide in tall grass, weeds, or low-hanging tree branches so that they can jump onto their hosts.
  • Treat your pets for fleas throughout the entire year, not just during the spring or summertime.
  • Wash your pet's items regularly, as fleas may lay their eggs on your pet's bedding, blankets, or even toys. Laundering these items regularly will kill any flea eggs.
  • Bathe your pets regularly to help spot early flea infestations. Fleas lay their eggs in your pet's fur, and the easiest way to find them is by examining your pet's fur while grooming and bathing.
  • Store your food and trash properly to prevent other wildlife hosts from bringing fleas into your home. Leaving out food or letting your trash cans overflow can lure in flea-infested rodents, raccoons, or other animal hosts.
  • Make sure you vacuum often to get rid of any flea eggs in your carpet or furniture.

If, despite your efforts, fleas make it past your defenses, don't hesitate to call the experts at Go-Forth Pest Control.


All The Problems Bed Bugs Bring To Your Liberty Home

bed bug crawling on box spring

Are bed bugs dangerous? While bed bugs do bite, they're not known to transmit diseases as cockroaches do. However, that doesn't mean they aren't without health concerns – from insomnia to secondary infections – bed bug infestations are only detrimental to your health, for example:

  • Secondary infections: While they don't directly cause infections, the itchy, red welts left by bed bugs can develop secondary skin infections from repeated scratching. Common infections include ecthyma, lymphangitis, and impetigo.
  • Insomnia: Once homeowners become aware that they've got bed bugs living in their homes, many develop insomnia. It's often difficult to get a good night's sleep when you know bed bugs are waiting to feast on your blood, leading to anxiety.
  • Allergies: Although it's common for people to have mild allergic reactions to bed bugs, a small percentage of people can have severe, whole-body reactions to bed bug bites.
  • Anemia: While this is uncommon, bed bug infestations that grow large enough and go untreated for long enough can actually cause symptoms of anemia in the people they're biting.

Even if they don't directly transmit disease, the health concerns of a bed bug problem are still dangerous – having an infestation in your home can mean waking up covered in bug bites, battling insomnia, or even developing anemia. 

Given how dangerous they can be, the best way to get rid of bed bugs is by working with the pros at Go-Forth Pest Control. Call us today to learn more about our bed bug control services if you suspect an infestation. 

Commercial Pest Control In Liberty, NC

From Christmas light installations to nursing homes, at Go-Forth Pest Control, we serve no shortage of commercial properties in Liberty – but we do specialize in treating office buildings and other spaces for pests. 

So why choose us for your commercial pest control? Not only do we have decades of experience, but our goal is to provide our customers excellent service with an honest, direct approach. We mean it when we say, "No bugs, no problem" for our Liberty business owners. 


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