Flies – Fly Pest Control

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Flies – Pest Control. Flies are not only a major nuisance in and around your home and business but they actually pose some serious health risks.

Flies are not clean insects and they are known to spread a variety of diseases. Domestic varieties of flies are known to spread diseases like diarrhoea, cholera, conjunctivitis, dysentery and many more.

Flies also pose serious risks to animals and on farms and small holdings it can cause a lot of diseases if not controlled. Bottle flies, blow flies and flesh flies can be particularly dangerous and outbreaks need to be controlled before infections are allowed to spread to animals and people.

Once a year Sydney gets its fair share of flies as the climate changes from the colder winter months. This fly infestation usually lasts about a week before many of the flies will die off. A fly infestation is different as it is usually characterised by large amounts of flies that remain consistent in numbers and even grows bigger.

There are a number of species of flies to be found in Western Sydney in both domestic and commercial setups. Garbage flies, house flies and bottle flies are the most common.

Keeping garbage close in bags and keeping the lids of garbage bins close is an important step to preventing flies from being attracted to your property. Keeping bins clean and practising good hygiene will go a long way towards keeping egg-laying flies away.

Your Pest Control Penrith specialist will help you identify the types of lies and the appropriate treatment required to get rid of them. We will also provide you with expert advice on how to keep your home and business free from flies by practising some basic sanitation practices.

Open drains, gutters and large bodies of water tends to be much harder to control as it naturally attracts flies. Gardens with a lot of damp areas are also susceptible and great care should be taken with compost heaps. As your pest control specialist about the best ways to deal with your garden equipment and compost heaps to ensure flies don’t find an ideal breeding ground there.