Flies can damage your company’s reputation and that’s why companies relay on our advance and comprehensive commercial fly control program.
Flies can enter your premise through the doors, windows, vents and they live in your drains and trash receptacles.
Our commercial fly control program proactively reduce and eliminate any possible current or future fly infestation.
We supply, install and service ultraviolet Insect Light Traps (ILT”S) at key entry points to keep future fly infestations under control. Saving you time and money. These traps attract flies and other flying insects and capture then with a glue board or catch tray.
Our customized fly control program will help establish practices that will minimize fly infestation and adviser you on sanitation practices that will deter and reduce flies. You will see an immediate and noticeable reduction in fly activity.
We have various types of Ultraviolet Insect traps (ILT’s)
Placed where most flies generally fly. Within 2 to 3 meter of the floor.
Efficient, effective and discreet
For night flying insects that fly high up.
Ceiling – mounted ILTs work the best. They are good for areas with narrow hallways where a wall unit may be obtrusive
For shelves and counters. Freestanding ILT’s offer greater flexibility in placement. You can put them where you need them most and move them when necessary.
These are decorative ILT’s that can be placed in public areas such as dining rooms, hotels, bars and other public areas.
With our Integrated pest management and hygiene program we deliver a comprehensive pest and hygiene program for any pest that might become a problem.
Our IPM program consists of:
- Inspections of facility interior and exterior.
- Identification of pests and analysis of activity.
- Treatment of affected areas and implementation of methods for controlling pests.
- Recommendations for limiting and preventing pest activity.
- Continuous evaluation of treatment effectiveness and any necessary modifications.
Education, upon request, of the facility’s staff, addressing actions and conditions that affect pest activity.