Fruit flies, cluster flies and house flies.
Flies are exterminated by deploying Insecticides Spray application.
First and foremost we listen to your concerns and observations. Then we inspect the property, assess the Flies situation and devise a plan for Flies Pest Control and extermination.
We exterminate Flies by employing insecticide spray or fog in the problem areas of the structure.
During the course of Insecticides Spray or Fog application, we:
- Target Flies directly by the insecticides.
- Next, we apply insecticides to Flies nesting and hiding areas.
- Also, we apply insecticides to Flies foraging and feeding opportunities.
- Any entry and exit points used by Flies are treated as well.
- To conclude, Flies egg laying spots are targeted.
Our service includes a 7 months limited warranty.
Guidelines for Flies Extermination Service.
For a faster and long lasting effects of Flies Pest Control and Extermination service delivery, please, consider the suggestions below:
- To begin, Clean and Clear out all the areas and spaces where Flies are seen.
- Consider adjusting Air systems and Ventilation.
- Consider that Insecticides Fog may falsely trigger Smoke or Fire alarm.
- Some insecticides may have a petro-chemicals like smell that lingers behind for a few days.
- Vacate property including pets before Insecticides Application begins.
- Prepare to stay out for at least 4 hours.
Please give it up to 5 weeks for the complete Pest Control and Extermination of Flies. We observe that over 80% of the Flies infestations are completely eliminated by the end of this period.
Distribution and Importance
The house fly is a well-known pest of both farm and home. This species is always found in association with humans or activities of humans. Not only are they a nuisance, but they also can transport disease-causing organisms. Excessive fly populations are obnoxious and a public health problem is possible.
Lifestyle and special aspects:
The common house fly grows to approx. 6 – 9 mm in size; it smells excreted ferments with the feet and has a pronounced sense of smell. It also has so-called “adhesive pads” under the claws so that it can land upside down on the ceiling, for example. The common house fly lives on waste products, giving preference in particular to sugary products. Egg: The white eggs, about 1.2 mm in length, are laid singly but pile up in small masses. Each female fly can lay up to 500 eggs in several batches of about 75 to 150 eggs, each over a three to four day period. The number of eggs produced is a function of female size, which is principally a result of larval nutrition.
Killing adult flies may reduce the infestation, but elimination of breeding areas is necessary for good management. Garbage cans and dumpsters should have tight-fitting lids and be cleaned regularly. Dry garbage and trash should be placed in plastic garbage bags and sealed up. All garbage receptacles should be located as far from building entrances as possible.
Facts you didn’t know about House Flies:
Flies are among the fastest of all flying insects.
A house fly’s wings beat about 200 times a second.
House flies fly at an average speed of 7 + Km/h.
There are about 100,000 kinds of flies.
Flies are known to spread typhoid, cholera, tuberculosis, and infantile diarrhea as the move between humans and decaying matters where the pathogenic organisms are flourishing.
The house fly can complete its life cycle in as little as seven days.
Flies would easily spread their infestation up to 2 km from a breeding ground.