Sanitation & Fly Control
Hygiene is crucial to prevent flies which is why sanitation is a great way for fly control. By sanitizing surfaces regularly, fly larvae will not develop and hatch. Also, flies are easily attracted by waste so we recommend you to dispose waste properly.
Get Rid of Flies for Good
When a person encounters flies, it is natural for that person to consider the location to be unsanitary. Because they eat on human and animal waste, carcasses, and garbage, flies are disease carriers.
Some fly species bite and pose major health dangers in addition to being a nuisance. The house fly, for example, which is more usually linked with human habitation, can spread a variety of infections such as Salmonella and E.coli.
Because of their nesting and eating habits, flies carry diseases. Bacteria from the food the fly eats ends up on its mouthparts and footpads, eventually spreading to the surfaces they land on. Consider what would happen if you were going to eat exposed food.
However, there are simple ways to recognize the symptoms of a fly infestation and take precautions because, if left unchecked, it can quickly escalate into a catastrophic infestation.
Simple Do-it-Yourself Fly Repellant
- Clean trash cans regularly and keep the lids tight so odors do not attract flies.
- Keep trash cans away from openings so prevent flies from entering easily.
- Repair all openings and apply mesh screens.
- Apply air curtains on doors to fly entry (velocity of 1,600 feet per minute or higher).