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Pest Control

 

Corrective Action

Fly control starts with an inspection, inside and out

Our technicians will:

         Identify the type of fly

         Identify the breeding areas

         Pinpoint locations of fly access to your premises

         Advise you of conditions contributing to fly activity

         Explain steps you can take to discourage flies

         Recommend sanitation and structural changes

Our Corrective action tools may include some or all of the following:

         Interior and exterior residual insecticide treatment

         Light traps to attract and eliminate adult fliers

         Drain service and bioremediation

         Fly baits

Our Fly control Program, part of our Green Theme, eliminates flies while ensuring the safekeeping of your property. Our holistic approach balances safety and efficacy with prudent pesticide application, bioremediation, and sanitation and structural recommendations.

What you can do

Outdoor fly breeding sites include:

         Rubbish compactors

         Dumpsters

         Nearby areas of stagnant water

Indoor breeding sites include:

         Floor drains

         Standing organic matter

Discourage infestations by:

         Keeping doors closed and screens in good repair

         Practicing good housekeeping and sanitation practices.

 

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Flies

 

Flying insets are known to carry disease-causing organisms and have been implicated as vectors of Listeria, Salmonella, and E-coli.

Fruitfly

Fruit flies feed on fermenting food stuffs and are best controlled by eliminating these breeding materials.

Blowfly

Blow flies develop in meat waste and in decaying rodent and animal bodies sometimes found in attics, walls, or chimneys

Mothfly

Moth flies, or drain flies, breed in the accumulated matter on the interiors of drainpipes, garbage containers, and septic tanks.

Housefly

Adult house flies feed on liquefied organic matter and are a significant health concern.

Clusterfly

Cluster flies are larger and slower than house flies and usually enter buildings in the fall, clustering in attics or other high areas.