Cluster Fly, Control House Flies Pest Manchester, Stockport & Cheshire.


Cluster Fly

Common houseflies (M. domestica) are ubiquitous insects, with a flight range of at least 8 kilometres (5 miles). They are highly active indoors. In colder climates breeding generally ceases before winter, whereupon the insects overwinter either as pupae or adults. However, in warm environments houseflies remain active and reproduce throughout the year.

Houseflies can transmit intestinal worms, or their eggs, and are potential carriers of diseases such as dysentery, gastroenteritis, typhoid, cholera and tuberculosis. They will frequent and feed indiscriminately on any liquefiable solid food, which may equally be moist, putrefying material or food stored for human consumption.

Flies liquefy food by regurgitating digestive juices and their stomach contents on to the food substance. This 'liquid' is then drawn up by the fly and in so doing the insects pick up pathogenic organisms, which may collect on their bodies to be transferred on contact with other surfaces or survive passage through the gut to be deposited as fly spots. Fly spotting, produced when the insect feeds or defecates, results in rejection of contaminated farm produce, for example eggs, at point of sale. Furthermore, flies are frequently the subject of complaints to environmental health authorities, causing major problems when infestations over-spill from breeding sites such as rubbish tips and animal houses.

Mosquitoes are ubiquitous insects, they can be found in nearly every type of climatic region of the world from the arctic regions to the tropics, surviving severe winters or dry seasons depending on the region. Depending on species they can be found breeding in all types of water; from heavily polluted, to clean; from small collections of water in tin cans, to pools or streams; such is their adaptability. Their distribution is increased and aided by transport systems such as boats and aircraft and non-indigenous species have been introduced to new territories in this way, even infected mosquitoes have been transported to temperate climates, thereby transmitting tropical diseases.

Primarily a seasonal biting nuisance in cooler climates but in the tropics they can also be major carriers of disease. They can transmit many diseases to both humans and animals, e.g. malaria, filariasis, yellow fever, encephalitis, and dengue fever. Only a few species of mosquitoes are implicated as carriers of human diseases. It is those which utilise humans as their primary host and are also willing to enter houses in their pursuit of a blood meal which are the most important.

TREATMENT & CONTROL for cluster flies & house fly in Manchester, Stockport and Cheshire.

Protec use an extensive range of products specifically formulated for the control of flying and crawling insect pests.

Prior to carrying out treatment against cluster flies & house fly, a thorough inspection or survey of the property, site or area should take place to decide on the extent and size of the infestation.

Adjoining areas should also be included in this survey (as rodents may travel from other areas to feed or drink then return to a harbourage).

PROTEC PEST CONTROL MANCHESTER will treat the cluster flies & house fly infestation using bait stations in safe locations. Mice are neophobic and may be reluct cluster flies & house fly to approach DIY bait stations. Our pest control operatives are experienced in identifying and locating runs and places of harbourage, and the placement and use of bait to overcome bait shyness. We also provide tamper-resist cluster flies & house fly stations, having regard to all the circumstances of the infestation, the premises, the people involved and with minimal disruption to business, where appropriate.

Protec Pest control can arrange to treat your cluster flies & house fly problem, and offer a 24 hour 7 days week pest control service.
A thorough inspection of infested premises will ascertain the extent of the infestation, since the measures necessary for control will depend on whether the infestation is established and widely distributed throughout the premises, or recently introduced and likely to be more used.

To eradicate the infestation it will be necessary to treat the premises thoroughly with suitable insecticides, including the beds, other furniture and harbourages of infested rooms. A professional pest control organisation such as Protec Pest control who will treat your cluster flies & house fly problem in a professional manner. Protec pest control cover Manchester, Stockport and cheshire for cluster flies & house fly treatment. The detection and thorough treatment of all cluster flies & house fly hiding places is a job which requires experience in order to completely eradicate the infestation and prevent recurrence.

Many people think they can treat the pest problem themselves, only to find that they make the infestation worse by purchasing household pest control treatments from DIY outlets (B&Q, Homebase, Focus DIY, Taskers, Wickes etc.) with a low dosage of insecticide. This may prove to be an expensive waste of time and money.

Protec Pest Control operatives are specifically trained to identify the causes of infestations and to provide an effective solution to your pest control problem with advice to prevent any infestation recurring.

Protec Commercial pest control Manchester offers a pest control services to hotels, restaurants, schools, offices, shops, factories and other commercial premises in Manchester, Stockport and Cheshire.

Protec Pest Control use unmarked vehicles, to protect your privacy. Protec Pest control covers Greater Manchester, Cheshire & Stockport areas for residential, commercial, business & domestic pest control.

Call us today for more information on our pest control services on 0161 448 1782.

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Protec Pest Control use unmarked vehicles, to protect your privacy. Protec Pest control covers Greater Manchester, Cheshire & Stockport areas for residential, commercial, business & domestic pest control. Call us today for more information on our pest control services on 0161 448 1782.

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