Barnes Wildlife Control Is Your Locally Owned And OPERATED Greater Dayton Ohio Fly Removal Service
Those Pesky Flies
Yes, flies are an extremely common insect the world over, and very important to boot. Flies serve as pollinators and a food source for many different species of animals. But when flies begin to infest buildings and properties, professional fly control is needed. A fly infestation can be potentially hazardous to humans in many ways, but with help from Barnes Wildlife Control Fly Removal Service and a customized fly control program, you can keep your home and family protected.
When Is It Time For Professional Fly Control?
Flies are, oftentimes, no more than a mere annoyance to humans. They are usually found buzzing around our heads at picnics and getting into out drinks at the pool. However, when a fly infestation occurs, the issue becomes something more. This is the time to call the pros at Barnes Wildlife Control’s Fly Removal Service.
There are several over-the-counter fly control products and some DIY fly traps that may help you control the flies overtaking your property for a while. Unfortunately, flies reproduce at an amazing rate and without professional control methods, they can become a big problem very quickly. Also, flies can complete the cycle from egg to larva, pupa, and adult in a mere 7 days!
Barnes Fly Control Solutions
The technicians at Barnes Wildlife Control are experts in the field of pest control. Our staff is professionally trained in all aspects of fly control, each with years of experience in the field. Each member of our team is qualified to construct an effective fly control program for your situation. We use only the most advanced extermination techniques and products so that your fly infestation is eliminated quickly.
Firstly, your technician will perform a complete property inspection to determine exactly what species of fly you are dealing with, how they are getting in, and where they are breeding. Once this is complete, you will be given an in-depth explanation of your custom fly control program. Information on all insecticides and methods used will be provided so that you are always aware of what is happening and any precautions you should take.
Some Common Methods Of Fly Control Include:
- Insect light traps
- Fly exclusion services
- Habitat modification
- Information on how to avoid a re-infestation
- Clean-up of feeding/breeding sites
Flies in your home? Barnes Wildlife Control is THE expert, long-term fly removal service!
Some Insights on what Barnes WIdlife Control’s Fly Removal Service does
Barnes Wildlife Control uses only the best fly control baiting products. We place them in strategic locations around breeding and feeding sites in a discreet manner to control the pests. This is especially important for our commercial customers, where fly infestations can make customers assume the location is unsanitary.
Insect Light Traps
Used for outdoor fly control. These are mainly used for our commercial customers around dumpsters, trash collection sites, and other prime feeding and breeding spots for flies.
Light traps are constructed with or without ultraviolet light. Light sources may include fluorescent lamps, mercury-vapor lamps, black lights or light-emitting diodes. Designs differ according to the behavior of the insects being studied. Fly light traps are safe, discreet, effective, and a powerful alternative to toxic chemical sprays because flies find them irresistible. Barnes Wildlife Control’s Fly Removal Services know their Fly Light Traps.
Fly Exclusion Services
We all know that having well-fitting screens on our windows are a big part of keeping insects out of the home, but there are many other spots insects may use to enter a home. Here are some places flies commonly use to enter buildings:
- Open soffits , drip edges, and freeze boards
- Open ridge and roof vents
- Unsealed window and door frames
- Crawlspace and cellar doors and vents
- Unsealed HVAC and utility lines
Habitat modification & info on prevention
Your technician will speak with you about what needs to be done to prevent re-infestation. Habitat modification is a major part of your fly control program. This can include the following:
Moving Trash Collection Areas
– Keeping trash collection bins too close to (or inside of) a building can increase the risk of flies infesting, as garbage bins make an excellent feeding and breeding site.
Cleaning Up And Removing Rotted Vegetation
– Compost piles attract breeding flies
– Piles of dead and rotted leaves and grass from landscaping are also major attractants
Improved Sanitation Recommendations
– Cockroaches crawl everywhere in the home including cupboards, pantries, and kitchen counters. They feed on anything that’s left out, and they drink from moisture on plumbing pipes and under sinks and bathtubs.
Cleaning up feeding & breeding sites
To prevent re-infestation after professional fly control service has been performed, the proper clean-up must be done. Our staff will leave your home or business in a more pleasant and sanitary state.
Don’t Let Flies Bug You!
Barnes Wildlife Control is the clear choice for your fly removal needs. Our experience and knowledge of pests and removal methods are unparalleled. From the initial inspection to the final treatments and clean-up efforts, our professional and courteous technicians will be by your side every step of the way. We are a family-owned and operated business, licensed and insured to handle all removal jobs.
Barnes Wildlife Control’s Fly Removal Service has the tools, treatments, and know-how to put an end to your fly problems. Call Barnes Wildlife Control Today!