fly control, extermination, prevention and removal
you have a problem with flies in your London home or business?
If you’re looking for a fly removal service in London to
address a problem with fly infestation, or you want to stop flies
from entering your home or business, we can help.
is the leading London provider in the assessment, treatment and
prevention of flies in both homes and businesses.
can visit your premises and advise you on the best way of dealing
Our fly removal and prevention services cover all areas of London
and the M25 area.
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Below is some helpful information on the most common types of
flies that you may be having problems with.
are around 6500 species of fly living in Britain. Fortunately
the pesticides that are used for fly eradication cover all types
different techniques and timeframes can be given for fly treatments.
For more details, contact our customer service staff who will
be more than happy to explain the different services we offer.
Flies you may encounter
5-8mm with a wingspan of around 13-15mm.
fly's thorax is grey with 4 dark stripes. The abdomen is buff-coloured
and occasionally transparent.
fly larvae are white and taper to a point at the head end.
10 - 12mm long when mature.
her adult life of 1-3 months the female fly is capable of
producing 4-5 batches of 100-150 eggs.
fly’s eggs hatch in 8–48 hours. The maggot larvae
burrow away from light, after 3 moults reach maturity at a
length of 10-12mm.
fly’s full lifecycle is generally completed between
1 and 4 weeks, depending upon temperature and food sources.
warm environments houseflies remain active and reproduce throughout
are found in almost all types of human habitations throughout
breeds in moist decaying food matter.
fly's taste-sensitive cells are located on its feet as well
as on its mouthparts.
adult fly transmits disease by contaminating food with disease
organisms it has picked up on its hairy legs or has ingested
and then regurgitated.
is often a carrier of such diseases as typhoid fever, cholera,
dysentery, trachoma, and anthrax.