London Fly Control 0203 600 0351
So how do you know if you have them?
EPC will carry out intensive treatments against flies which would consist of two treatments a week apart. For more information please contact us by phone or e-mail.
FLY KILLERS OVERVIEW:
Extreme Pest Control stock a variety of fly killers including both traditional electronic fly killers and the latest Glueboard systems.
No matter your type of business we are confident we can provide the solution that fits you best.
Please call or email us to discuss your requirements, a trained member of staff will be able to assess your needs and recommend the best possible product.
ELECTRONIC FLY KILLERS
Electronic fly killers, the traditional method of insect control, attracts flies with UV light and then electrocutes them with a killing grid. The systems we supply feature a unique killing grid for reduced incidents of insect explosion.
GLUEBOARD FLY KILLERS
Glueboard fly killers offer a silent and discreet alternative to the electronic units, ideal for sensitive environments. Flies are attracted to the UV light and then caught by the sticky glueboard.
Problems caused by Flies
Dead animal bodies and rotting vegetation are popular with flies and this can lead to the spread of diseases and the contamination of food sources.
Identify a Fly problem
Flies are easy to spot and individual flies can be taken care of with a swat or household sprays. You may discover a larger infestation when you see a large number around a window area. They are found everywhere including London Essex and Hertfordshire.
Pest control treatment for Flies Call 0203 600 0351
As with most of our pest control treatments, we usually do two visits as a follow up visit allows us to make sure any actions we take are successful. Our fully trained pest control technician starts by talking to you about the problems you are having before assessing the situation. Please be aware that the pest controller will often need to inspect other areas and not just the visible source.
Flies can be dealt with by controlling moisture, keeping food covered, making sure bins are sealed and the place is clean and blocking entry points. There are various methods to remove them including sprays, glueboards and electronic systems.