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Fly Infestation

Flies can be a nuisance when buzzing around your home or business. You may initially decide to ignore the problem, but if you see flies in large numbers you could be facing an infestation, which requires professional fly control. Flies can cause potential harm by:

  • spreading diseases
  • contaminating food
  • some species will bite humans and animals

It is important to act quickly if you see an unusually large number of flies or if they are really interfering with your home life or business.

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Signs of a Fly Infestation

Noticing a few noisy flies may not mean you have an infestation. However, it should act as a warning sign to take some preventative action.

Common signs:

  • Small dark clusters of spots - in light areas (the size of a pinhead)
  • Regular sighting of flies - around your home, food or bins
  • Maggots – these are flies in their larval stage and could indicate a potential breeding site on your property

If you have spotted any of these signs you could choose to install some DIY fly products, like light traps, around your home.

This may be able to reduce the number of adult flies but is unable to affect a potential breeding site. Professional treatment of fly breeding sites is essential for long-term fly control.

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Worried about a fly infestation?

Our professional fly control service will eliminate flies on your property and identify and remove any potential breeding environment.

  • FREE site survey of your premises

    Identify fly species to offer the most suitable and targeted fly control solution depending on the invading species

    BPCA certified staff qualified and experienced to provide the most effective solution to your fly problem

    Safe, targeted treatments our innovative fly killer treatments offer safe, long lasting and effective solutions

    Prevention advice on practical, low-cost fly deterrent measures that will reduce the risks of another infestation in the future