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PECOPP Fly Control

PECOPP provides the best fly pest control service through a quick, safe, effective, and stress-free solution. We rely on advanced fly pest control treatments for fly control at your home.

How can PECOPP help you achieve fly control?

PECOPP uses chemical and mechanical means to control flies. We spray chemical pesticides with a long residual effect to manage flies.

We also do baiting as that is the best approach to fly control. We use a bait formulation that remains active when wet to lure and kill flies. Fly control bait is suitable only outdoors and helps in the mass killing of flies.

Additionally, our team installs Insect Light Traps (ILTs) to attract and trap flies indoors as blue and UV light attract flies.

PECOPP markets FLYght UV LED Insect Light traps with long-lasting UV LEDs and consume just 19% of the electricity of three-UV fluorescent tube conventional flycatchers.

We install and use ILTs to attract and trap adult flies on commercial premises.

Installation of ILTs, fly glue boards and fly ribbons supplement outdoor fly control as these devices help us monitor the fly population and identify the type of infestation.

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How do flies enter your home?

Doors or windows with no screens, garbage bins, manure pits, fermenting fruits, spilled aerated beverages, and open alcohol containers attract flies. Adult flies lay eggs on moist surfaces, cracks, washbasin corners, and sink pipes.

What can you do to prevent flies at your home?

Flies buzzing around us can drive us crazy, and many of us often notice flies infest our homes during late spring, summer, and monsoon. Flies need moisture to develop from eggs and love to feed, breed, crawl and rest on rotting trash, dirty dumps, carcasses, and dung heaps.

  • Inspection, sanitation and exclusion are major ways to prevent fly problems. Inspection finds out the cause of infestation and breeding sites and leads to sanitation. Other control methods are more effective with sanitation.
  • Throwing out rotting food and sanitizing garbage disposal are important to keep flies at bay and form part of fly control.
  • Keep trash in sealed containers in trash bags and cans with tight-fitting lids.
  • Keep dumpsters clean and far from buildings.
  • After inspection and sanitation come exclusion.  Keep doors, windows, and vents closed and screened, and sealfly entry points for effective fly control.
  • Use air curtains to blow air away from doorways and prevent fly entry.
  • Call pest control professionals for further assistance for effective fly control.
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Let’s dive into more facts and trivia about filth flies!

What are the different types of filth flies?

There are mainly two types of filth flies based on their appearance and food preferences, small and large filth flies.

House flies, blowflies, and flesh flies are larger, soft-bodied insects with large eyes and strong fliers that occur on manure, carrion, and garbage.

Drain flies, fruit flies, and phorid flies are smaller and occur in drain sludge, organic debris, and rotting plant materials. They are comparatively smaller with more delicate bodies and legs.

 

LARGE FILTH FLIES

House Fly (Musca domestica)

House flies are dull grey, quarter-inch long, with four dark stripes on their body’s middle section, the thorax. They lay eggs on animal feces and garbage. Their white and apodous larvae or legless maggots hatch from eggs to grow half an inch long.

Fully grown larvae crawl away from their food sources to enter the pupal stage, in which they form a dark brown cocoon, thepuparium. Adult house flies can fly one or two miles searching for suitable egg-laying sites.
Blow Flies (Calliphoridae spp.)

They are shiny blue, and green in color and make sounds by beating their wings when they fly. Large numbers of blowflies indoors indicate a dead mouse or bird inside your home. Their larvae develop inside the bodies of dead animals and cause the carrion to bloat.

Flesh Flies (Sarcophagidae spp.)

Flesh flies lay their eggs in carrion. Adults are dark-colored and either grey or black. Common flesh fly species have three dark stripes on the thorax, are slightly larger than house flies, and have a checkerboard pattern on the abdomen.

Stable Fly (Stomoxys calcitrans)

These flies feed on the blood of animals, including humans. Their bites are painful, but these flies do not transmit disease to humans. Females lay eggs in rotting straw, manure, and moist surfaces.

SMALL FILTH FLIES

Fruit Flies (Drosophila spp.)

These flies feed on the blood of animals, including humans. Their bites are painful, but these flies do not transmit disease to humans. Females lay eggs in rotting straw, manure, and moist surfaces.

Phorid Flies (Phoridae spp.)

Phorid flies resemble fruit flies and are tiny, dark-colored flies. They are humpbacked flies because of their arched thorax. Their larvae feed on decomposing organic debris of plants or animals, and their population growth is rapid.

Drain Flies (Psychodidae spp.)

These are ash color flies about one-eighth of an inch long. They have hairy wings and are most common in sewage and near drains. Adults often rest on bathroom walls, and their submerged larvae can survive in the floor, sink, and toilet drain gelatinous muck.When submerged, they extend their breathing tubes to the surface for air. Adults lay 30-100 eggs, and their eggs hatch in forty-eight hours. Their life span is 8-21 days.

Why are flies dangerous?

Flies indicate unhygienic conditions because flies transmit diarrhea, cholera, and dysentery.

Flies have spongy mouthparts, and their body spurs carry unsafe germs as they travel from dirty trash to your food. House flies regurgitate their stomach contents onto your food to liquefy it before ingesting it. They also may contaminate food and surfaces by defecating on such objects. When they move across your food after landing on it, flies contaminate it with disease-causing pathogens.

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We at PECOPP established this company with one vision in mind: To bring innovation and convenience to the Pest control industry.

Being 50 years in the pest control business, we have tackled all types of pests in all kinds of premises from residential, housing societies, restaurants, factories, offices, hospitals, and many more.

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Unit no.B-1311, Kohinoor Square,
N.C. Kelkar Road, Dadar (W)
Mumbai – 400028

P: +91 72089 93333

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