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Fly Management Solutions

 

The Problem:


Flies are a nuisance to customers and employees.  The presence of flies in and around a business can create a number of problems:

  • Flies project an unsanitary image

  • Flies adulterate food products

  • Most importantly, flies transmit disease

Flies are responsible for more human disease transmission (worldwide) than any other insect. For example; the common house fly has been found to carry over 100 pathogenic organisms on it's body. One of these pathogens is Salmonella, a bacterium that causes serious food borne illness in humans. Although fly management can be very complex, our Rose team can create a custom, comprehensive fly management program for your facility.

The Solution:

Our fly management programs are based on IPM (Integrated Pest Management) and include a variety of strategies designed to manage fly populations by limiting breeding sites, food sources, resting areas and points of entry into buildings as well as eliminating or reducing adult flies. Any combination of the following Integrated Pest Management strategies can be utilized depending on the species of fly involved and the particular situations encountered.

  • Cleaning Practices
  • Sealing Outside Walls
  • Insect Light Traps
  • Garbage Handling
  • Screening
  • Glue or Jar Traps
  • Lighting
  • Plastic Door Strip
  • Fly Baits
  • Vegetation Control
  • Exterior Building Treatments
  • Air Doors
  • Building Ventilation
  • Insecticide Treatments
  • Weather Stripping
  • Bioremediation

Just give us a call or send us an email to request a free inspection at no obligation to you.  We will provide you with an honest assessment of any current or potential pest activity.  If we don’t find any or feel you don’t need our service, we’ll let you know that too.  

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