Signs of fly infestation
See how to identify signs of a problem
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Naturally when a person sees flies around, it is certain for that person to perceive the area as unhygienic. Flies are transmitters of diseases because they feed on human and animal wastes, carcasses and garbage. Besides being a nuisance, some fly species bite and pose serious health risks. For instance, the house fly that are more commonly associated with human dwellings; transmit a wide range of diseases including Salmonella and E.coli.
Flies spread diseases because of their breeding and feeding habits. Bacteria from where the fly usually feed on would get stuck on their mouthparts and footpads eventually spreading onto places they land on. Imagine if it’s exposed food that you are about to eat.
However, there are simple ways you can identify signs of a fly infestation and take simple precautions because it has the potential to turn into a serious infestation if left uncontrolled.
Partnering with a professional fly control service provider is the most effective way to remediate flies from your property.
We offer Free Site Survey to assess the Flies source of attraction, breeding site, level of infestation, and to identify the its species.
Our experienced & highly trained technicians can help advise you the most effective, targeted fly control solution tailored to your requirements.
Treatment includes control of any potential breeding sites and recommended actions to take according to the ERDM approach for long-term solution.
Call us now at (02) 8333 5888 or 1800 10 397 3787 (Toll Free). Alternatively you can contact us here to book an appointment. Our pest expert will schedule an inspection to assess your fly problem and recommend a way to get them to buzz off.
See how professional fly control can provide you holistic defence in your premises to manage flies infestation and mitigate the risks they pose.
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