Flies Control

Flies have a metallic green, blue or yellow brown body. There are more than 16,000 species of flies in Australia, and they can carry more than 100 pathogens. An example is the house fly, which can carry Salmonella, Staphylococcus, E. coli and Shigella. These pathogens can deliver disease to humans and animals which include cholera, typhoid fever and hepatitis.   These flies range in size from 7 – 13 mm in length. 

Flies can move quickly from rotting, disease-laden garbage to exposed human foods and utensils, so it is easy for them to spread diseases readily. These common household pests should not be underestimated.

Normally, the life expectancy of a fly is 8 days to 2 months or, however some species have longer life expectancy up to a year. The fact is that one pair of flies can produce more than 1 million offspring through their offspring’s offspring in few weeks means that this pest can grow in population exponentially.


1. Thorough Inspection
The first step of the process will be for our skilled technicians to perform a thorough internal and external audit throughout your property to uncover ant activity and any possible risks.  We will examine a range of areas to ensure we have full visibility of the issue in order to provide a proper recommendation. 

2. Environmentally Friendly
All our pesticides are safe for families and pets. We also ensure our products are environmentally friendly but still remain very effective against all pests. Results should be instant with ongoing improvements over new few weeks

3. Follow-up service
We also provide advice on ways you can protect your home against rodent entry. Some methods may be as simple as blocking entry ways for rodents.


In preparation for successful PEST treatment, clients should:

Sanitation must be performed prior to any treatment to ensure effectiveness.

Screen or seal all openings to the outside.

Vacate the premises during treatment and quarantine the place for at least 4 hours after treatment.

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