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Flies are persistent and annoying pests. They can be found almost anywhere in the country and are often hard to get rid of once they have entered a home. Flies are usually drawn into a house by the presence of food or trash that hasn’t been removed in a timely manner, leaving you in need of a fly management solution.
Not only do we have all the products you’ll need to eliminate the problem of flies both inside and outside your home, but we also offer free expert advice from our team of pest control specialists to guide you through each step of the fly treatment process.
Basics of Fly Control
Fly control around your home, restaurant, barn, or commercial space is achievable with the right steps. Read on for a summary of the best way to control flies.
Use a combination of fly lights, fly baits, and traps. Fly problems often require ongoing maintenance to keep areas fly free, especially kitchens and restaurants where food can never be completely eliminated.
Find Where Flies Live
Because flies are drawn to unsanitary conditions, it is important to make the first step in your fly elimination plan cleaning the affected area or areas. This can be as simple as making sure to take out the trash regularly as well as ensuring that there is no food left out to be found by these insects. This is a critical first step towards controlling flies.
Once you have made sure the area is clean, you can decide which fly killer product will be most effective in getting rid of the problem. Here are a few of the more commonly used housefly treatment products and some of the best ways to prevent and control flies.
Pick the Right Fly Elimination Tools
• Fly Traps
Fly Traps are a simple, effective way to reduce the number of flies buzzing around your home. These housefly traps use a sticky substance on a flat surface to attract flies in search of sugar. Once a fly lands to investigate, they cannot escape, and soon die. Sticky fly traps work well for small to medium fly infestations but can be clogged by larger numbers of pests.
• Fly Baits
Fly baits are fly killer products that draw the insects in and poison them once they have eaten the active ingredients in the bait. All insect baits should be kept out of reach of children and pets as they can have harmful side effects if ingested.
• Fly Lights
Fly lights are fly control tools that rely on the fact that these insects are naturally drawn to light sources. The back portion of the light box contains a glue trap that will not allow the flies to escape once they have landed on the surface. The traps in these lights are replaceable, and they come with the benefit of containing no poisons or harmful chemicals. These fly treatments are a great option for outdoor fly control as a way to keep flies away outside.
• Fly Sprays
Many fly killer sprays will offer a quick knockdown effect against existing flies around your home or business. Consult our pros to find the right fly poison to clear the air around your home. These fly fumigation products may include indoor fly killers in a spray can or liquid concentrates that you mix with water and apply using a handheld sprayer.
• Fly Repellents
When you’re looking for a fly repellent indoor solution, you will soon realize that the indoor fly killer product you have in mind does not exist. The most effective products for indoor fly control are in the categories listed above. These products attract the fly with bait or an attractive surface and eliminate it in that way. The best way to keep flies away is to be diligent about sanitation and keep every surface clean.
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