Fly Control

 

Experts In Fly Control London

There are a number of different varieties of Flies found in the UK, but they all share one thing in common – their ability to spread disease.

House Flies and blow Flies are the most common Flies in the UK, though Fruit Flies are a particular nuisance in commercial kitchens and anywhere that food is prepared, sold or stored.

Flies eat by regurgitating digestive juices onto the food source thus liquefying it, then sucking it up, taking with it any bacteria present. As they fly from rotting meat or animal droppings onto food for human consumption they carry these bacteria with them and therefore spread disease wither from further regurgitation or in their faeces (known as fly-spotting). As well as carrying gastroenteritis, dysentery, typhoid, cholera and tuberculosis, they can bring with them intestinal worms and their eggs.

Commercial damage caused by pest Flies

Fly infestation in your business premises may cause:

  • Damage to your reputation as Flies give the impression of poor hygiene and dirt
  • Cost to replace damaged foodstuffs and reduced income from potential customers
  • Disease transmission, as they are highly mobile their range for transmission is wide
  • Biting, many Flies bite whilst spreading diseases and at the least can cause discomfort.
  • Legal Issues, food legislation may be used where Flies are seen to be infesting food premises

For Restaurants and Businesses

For Restaurants and Businesses that prepare food, fly screens and Electric Insect Killers are often the best method of keeping Flies at bay, but these need to be positioned accurately to ensure their effectiveness. Our fully trained staff can recommend the most appropriate proofing and preventive measures to avoid further infestations, and can also carry these out for you as part of our service.

Dyno-Pest flying Insect control

Flying Insect Control measures include:-

  • Removal of breeding sites
  • Install fly screens
  • Install Electric Fly Killer machines
  • Install insect proofing

Contact Dyno-Pest today if your business is being affected by flying insects and you want to find out more about Dyno-Pest’s approach to proactive pest management.

For help with fly control for your business
Call 020 7582 9241

 

The London specialists in Flies infestation for domestic homes

Eradicating Flies for London homeowners

There are a number of different varieties of flies found in the UK, but they all share one thing in common – their incredible ability to spread disease.

House flies and blow flies are the most common flies in the UK, though fruit flies are a particular nuisance in domestic and commercial kitchens and anywhere that food is prepared, sold or stored.  There are a number of blow fly varieties, but the blue bottle and the green bottle are the ones we see most often.

The common house fly is around 6mm long with a wing span of 13-15mm and 4 stripes on its back. There is also a lesser house fly, which is of a similar size, but has three stripes on its back, two of them yellow.  The blue and green bottle flies both resemble the common house fly (the green bottle usually a little bigger), but can be distinguished by their vibrant metallic colour.  Adult fruit flies are around 3mm in length, the front part of the body is tan and the rear section black and they have red eyes.

Flies eat by regurgitating digestive juices onto the food source thus liquefying it, then sucking it up, taking with it any bacteria present.  As they will fly from rotting meat or animal droppings onto food for human consumption they carry these bacteria with them and therefore spread disease either from further regurgitation or in their faeces (known as fly-spotting). As well as carrying gastroenteritis, dysentery, typhoid, cholera and tuberculosis, they can bring with them intestinal worms and their eggs.

Unfortunately, if you have a problem with blowflies, it could signify another pest infestation as they breed exclusively on dead animals and there may be a dead rodent or bird somewhere in your property (under floorboards, behind a cupboard or in the loft). In this case, you will usually notice a bad smell too as the carcass will have been there for one or two weeks before you see evidence of blowflies.

A professional Dyno-Pest technician

A professional Dyno-Pest technician will be able to identify the nature of the problem and whether any other pests are present, treating them all accordingly.

For restaurants and businesses that prepare food, electric insect killers and fly screens are often the best method of keeping flies at bay, but these need to be positioned accurately to ensure their effectiveness. Our fully-trained staff can recommend the most appropriate proofing and preventative measures to avoid further infestations and carry these out.

For help with fly control for your home
Call 020 7582 9241