Fly Exterminator

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The common housefly is one of the most annoying pests you will encounter. Their buzzing is irritating. They are obstinate about invading personal space. Look away, turn back and they're resting on your food. They are known for being one of the most disease-ridden pests that can get into public places. Flies have been associated with diarrhea, dysentery, food poisoning and typhoid fever. They leave invisible feces everywhere. For the sake of good health and proper sanitation, getting professional control service has to be on the radar of every property owner that's seeing too many flies.

As anyone who's encountered these pests know, unlike many insects, even a few flies can be a challenge. Adults are extremely fast. Their pupae can be close to impossible to find, meaning cutting off infestation at the source won't be easy. If your property is host to house flies, you should contact us to manage these infestations.

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Matt Smith has been servicing our house for about three years and has eliminated the cave crickets in the basement and ants and flying insects in the kitchen. He is always very professional and is an expert in his knowledge of pest control. With his friendly demeanor, I consider him a friend and look forward to seeing him.

How much does a fly exterminator cost?

Fly extermination can be covered under our quarterly service plan or as a one time service for residential homes. This price would be $85 or $95. Large infestations or commercial properties may require higher pricing. For example, an unclean commercial kitchen with a bad fly problem would be significantly more expensive.

Can pest control get rid of flies?

Yes, our pest control service can get rid of flies. Traps may need to be set for the common house fly. Also, a drain or pipe may need to be treated if fruit flies are the pest problem. These services are covered under our pest control plans.

How do you get rid of a fly infestation?

Finding the source of the problem is the most important factor. Removing the source, which may be full of maggots, can greatly reduce the fly infestations. Applying an effective pesticide, that can be in the form of a trap, will also help exterminate the fly infestation.

Why are there suddenly so many flies in my house?

If you are suddenly invaded by flies then a nearby source of maggots has finally grown into adults. Finding and removing the source is key to eliminating the flies.

Fly infestations have to be managed by pest control technicians, registered professionals with a reputation for successfully performing the task. Many property owners spend their time fogging and spraying, and never understanding why they still have a problem. This is because most over-the-counter solutions deal with existing flies. Despite what the label says, they do not necessarily kill eggs. If you truly want to get rid of the populace, you need a company that knows how to get to the source of the problem. We're talking about a team dedicated to efficient, cost effective and environmentally friendly pest control management. Trained in the latest techniques, our techs are registered with the Department of Agriculture.

When our techs come into your home or office, expect a thorough inspection. Familiar with the behavioral patterns of flies, they know where to look for the most common places where flies migrate. Our techs will implement integrated pest management strategies to your situation. These are proven steps in pest control that include sanitation, exclusion, careful monitoring, biological control and use of pesticides where needed.

Our goal will be to find the less invasive ways to eliminate your problems, like well-placed fly traps, and cutting fly infestation at the source. But if the conditions call for it, expect the safest products that will not be harmful to occupants, pets, plants and furnishings like the typical over-the-counter products which have the potential of leaving harmful films of pesticides all around the environment.

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Females lay multiple eggs, usually in decaying organic matter like trash. Within a day, those eggs hatch maggots, which feed on the organic matter. Maggots cannot chew, so they look for moist and slimy materials. In a few weeks, they become adult flies. Flies have eyes that protrude from the head. It gives them close to 360 degree vision. Healthy flies can live up to two months, with females laying between 400 and 600 eggs over that lifespan. That production gives flies the potential to grow large populations quickly.

If you are having difficulty controlling the fly population in your environments, let a professional pest control service come in and do what we do best. It will greatly improve your living spaces in every way from sanitation to comfort.