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Fly Elimination For Pittsburgh Homes & Businesses

Many pests are a nuisance, but few are as annoying as the house fly. They buzz around, land everywhere you don’t want them to be, and have reflexes that easily avoid the rolled-up newspaper you try to swat them with. Flies are also dangerous. They contaminate countertops and food and can spread several pathogens that cause illness. Getting rid of a fly infestation isn’t an easy task, but Pestmaster® Services of Pittsburgh has the tools to eliminate your fly problem.

Our Fly Control Process

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If you suspect a fly infestation in your home or business, the best thing to do is contact Pestmaster® Services of Pittsburgh. We have the experience and equipment necessary to get at the root of your fly problem so that it is fully eliminated and doesn’t return. We’ll inspect your home or business to identify where the flies are laying eggs and how they’re getting inside. This inspection allows us to target our treatments at the source of the problem.

Treatments can include any or all of the following:

  • UV lights

  • Specially-formulated fluids for drains

  • Sticky traps

  • Treating kitchens, basements, and crawlspaces

We design our fly control to provide long-term solutions. During the treatment process, we’ll make recommendations for simple changes you can make to your home or business to prevent fly problems in the future.

The Problem With A Fly Infestation

Finding a fly or two in your home or business might not seem like more than a simple annoyance. However, female flies lay up to 100 eggs at a time and will reproduce five to six times in their lifetime. When you take that into account, it’s easy to see how a small nuisance pest can easily turn into a much more serious problem. By establishing control over these pests and taking steps to prevent them, you can avoid a fly infestation. If you find flies in your Pittsburgh home or business and suspect an infestation, contact Pestmaster® Services of Pittsburgh.