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Flies…

  • There are 120,000 fly species known to science!
  • Flies taste using receptors located on their feet & legs
  • Flies spread ecoli and salmonella through contact with food stuffs and kitchen utensils.
  • Flies digestive systems work quickly meaning they defecate A LOT!
  • Flies can see behind them.

Help prevent flies in your home/business…

  • Keep bins and their lids secure
  • Clean up food prep areas
  • Dispose of food waste quickly and correctly
  • Install fly screens where windows need to be open

The best way to prevent and control flies is to enlist the help of a professional pest controller. We will be able to advise you on the best course of action to prevent flies, reducing the risk of them damaging your family, business, reputation, employees and customers health.

For a FREE no obligation quote, please call the team today.

Cluster Flies…

Cluster Flies are medium sized (8mm), dark grey insects with yellow hairs across the back and overlapping wings.

The species often first become a nuisance when during the Autumn, they congregate in large numbers in upper rooms and roof spaces of houses in order to hibernate.

Rising temperatures in Spring triggers them to seek out egg laying sites in neighboring countryside. Unpleasantly, a mass of cluster flies, which can run into thousands, can produce a characteristic musty aroma.

So, think you have Cluster Flies?

Your best option is to call in a qualified pest controller, as shop bought fly sprays will help with the odd fly, but will not help the high number in which the flies appear.

What will the pest controller do?

*Before treatment, your pest controller will look thoroughly for any evidence of Bats.

If there are any bats using your loft space as a roost insecticides cannot be legally used.

​Where Cluster flies have been identified, your pest controller will use a professional fogging machine and high grade, foggable insecticide to get the problem under control. Unlike the cheaper, more risky techniques such as smoke bombs used by some pest controllers, fogging carries no inherent fire risk and has greater residual properties (meaning the treatment will keep working for longer).

Usually, treatment of a roof void will significantly reduce fly numbers, however where cluster flies have been, they will return. Experts think the resting flies may leave a pheromone as an attractant to following years progeny.

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