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Assisting Factories & Warehouses with Pest Control problems
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Flies can be a really irritating when buzzing around your home or business, but large numbers could mean you have a serious infestation.
Infestations of flies can develop very quickly and can cause serious health and hygiene issues. Flies can carry and spread very nasty diseases such as E-coli and salmonella, contaminating food stuffs and even in some cases bite people. The minute hairs on the flies’ legs and feet pick up and retain the bacteria, harmful to humans. So, an infestation of flies should be a serious concern to both homeowners and businesses.
Seeing a few flies may not mean you have an infestation; however, it should act as a warning, especially if you see any of the following common signs:
If you have spotted any of these signs, then this could be a serious sign of an infestation that would need expert help to eradicate. Pest2Kill offer safe and effective treatments to ensure your home or business is eradicated from the fly infestation.
During the visit our Pest2kill technician will carry out a “risk-assessment” checking for any hazards on the property / area and locating the source of the infestation. The technician will provide you, where possible, with further advice for preventing a further infestation, highlighting any factors that can improve the situation, such as: housekeeping measures, such as covering food, clearing food debris, ensuring all bins internal and external have tightly sealed lids, cleaning up after pets etc. Businesses may be advised that they need to fit fly screens and install other fly prevention equipment.
Pest2Kill will undertake an in-depth assessment of the infestation, firstly identifying the source to decide the most appropriate treatment. The source of the infestation can vary, and this is where a professional is required to ensure the infestation is eradicated.
Treatment of the infestation is dependent on the species of fly, however the most effective way to treat and eradicate the problem is by a fumigation or fogging procedure. In some circumstances a residual chemical is also used that continues to work for weeks after the treatment is carried out, to ensure the flies do not return.
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