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Flies in your kitchen? They came along with more than 65 diseases!

The presence of flies and other flying insects within any area gives the perception of the area as unhygienic for obvious reasons. Beyond this negative image, flies feed on human and animal waste and garbage making them responsible for transmitting serious diseases such as conjunctivitis, gastroenteritis and salmonellosis.

The bacteria from where the fly feeds on gets stuck on their mouthparts and feet, and spread on the places they land on – usually human’s food.

As they pose a serious health risk, professional control of flies in businesses of the Hospitality sector or in industries such as fish factories, slaughterhouses and food production at large, is vital to protect people’s health.

​​​​Signs of Flies Infestation:
Look Up For These!

Live insects

large number of flies buzzing around garbage, bins or other waste containers may indicate a serious problem.


the presence of maggots in waste areas and deteriorating food indicate a potential breeding site on your property.

Young flies

small dark clusters of spots the size of a pinhead on ceilings and overhead wall surfaces could be clusters of young flies waiting to reach adulthood.

Fascinating Fact about Flies

How to Prevent a Fly Infestation?

The first course of action to prevent a fly infestation is to cut any available food sources, and get rid of them by:

Cover and clean

clear food debris, leftovers and any spills from food preparation and cover food as flies spread diseases by landing on the food we eat.

Deny flies access

keep windows and doors closed and when necessary, make use of fly screens to windows around kitchens and waste areas.

In the garden

ensure all waste containers have tightly sealed lids, and clean up after pets.


ensure drains are kept clean and free of debris to reduce fly breeding sites.

Did you know?

Common house flies are attracted to decaying organic waste such as faeces and rotting meat, whereas fruit flies will look for sugary substances and feed more commonly on overripe fruit, spilled soft drinks and alcohol.

DIY Methods & The Time To Seek For Professional Fly Control

On top of the traditional sticky paper used to catch and trap flies, vinegar mixed to a few drops of dish soap in a glass may help. Cover the glass with a plastic wrap and a rubber band before poking small holes on the top. Flies will be attracted and fly through the holes, before sinking into the mixture.

While this DIY method can deal with a small fly problem, if you are facing a persistent fly issue in your premises, it’s the time to call us. We’ll deal with your larger or multiple fly infestations.

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