FLYING INSECT PEST CONTROL
Flying Insect Pest Control & Treatment
A wide variety of bugs can be classified as flying insects including gnats, flies, kissing bugs, assassin bugs and many more. 877-BUG-FREE has over 20 years of experience in flying insect pest control, treatment and prevention for residential and commercial properties. Since many of these pests run the risk of carrying and spreading dangerous diseases, it is imperative to address the source of the infestation and come up with a prevention plan. Our pest control technicians serve Philadelphia, PA and the tri-state area including NJ, MD and DE.
If you’re concerned with a large number of gnats, flies or other flying insects in your home or business, schedule an appointment online today. Our 24/7 Online Schedule Service application allows you to book an available day/time based on your busy schedule.
Fungus gnats are small flies that infest soil and potting mix. While these flying insects are typically an issue in greenhouses or nurseries, infestations can occur in the home and quickly grow out of control.
These are one of the few pests that are active well into the cold winter months. They’ll sneak into your home to find refuse during the cold months and pose a threat to farm animals, pets and humans.
One or two flies in your house are a nuisance enough, if an infestation develops an exterminator is necessary. Fly bait, traps and insecticide applications are used to rid your home of these nuisance pests.
Removing the breeding sites is key to stopping and preventing a fruit fly infestation. Our professional fruit fly control company are experts at identifying breeding sites for effective extermination.
If you see a large number of flies on your windows or ceiling light fixtures, these are sure signs of a cluster fly infestation. While they do not carry diseases, cluster flies are a nuisance to homeowners.
Drain flies are a common pest seen in residential and commercial kitchens and bathrooms. They prefer to live and lay their eggs in very wet areas and feed off the organic matter that collects in drains.
Due to their ability to reproduce quickly and spread disease onto food products, a phorid fly infestation must be properly treated by a professional fly inspect pest control company.