What are flies?
Horse Flies are large, fast and many, despite being very large are silent in flight.
Flies are generally, strong, stout and noisy. They feed on carrion and decaying organic matter and can often be seen on flowers where they consume carbohydrate rich nectar.
They are seen in our homes in autumn when they come indoors to shelter and over winter and early once more when they emerge during the warmer days of spring.
Can a Fly Bite?
Are Flies Hazardous?
Flies are associated with a large number of significant diseases. It is the diseases they carry, that cause the microbiological contamination of foods and surfaces.
What Diseases Does a Fly Carry?
Flies are important disease vectors, spreading pathogenic microorganisms that include dysentery, salmonella, typhoid, E-coli and many others as a result of the contact they have with their food of choice – dung and carrion.
How Does a Fly Spread Disease?
Flies carry bacteria on their bodies, in their droppings and when they settle on a suitable food source or surface they taste it by regurgitating contaminated digestive enzymes (e.g. from dung, sewage and carrion) onto it and then lapping them back up. These enzymes or digestive juices are termed proteolytic or protein splitting.
How Much Does a Fly Control Cost?
Being experts in insect and fly control and treatment, this means our Fly control services are faster. Furthermore, we are more thorough and more flexible than many other providers. Pest Control Auckland are usually on site within hours or even faster if it is an emergency.
How Quickly Can You Get To Us?
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How Do We Book a Fly Control Service?
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