Flying Insects

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Flying Insects

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Insect Light Trap

Insect Light Trap

Insect Light Trap

Insect Light Traps attract flying insects by shining ultra violet light. Ultra violet light is invisible to humans but no to flies, who are extremely partial to it and tend to eagerly fly towards it. These lights have glue boards on which the fly is trapped providing safe capture in food sensitive areas. Our Technicians will determine the right place and manner in which to locate it for maximum control, and install it for you. Our maintenance programs ensure your fly lights are always working. We check and clean them regularly, replacing glue boards as needed and light bulbs annually.

Bio-Foaming Application

Bio-Foaming Application

Drain Flies feed and breed in the organic slime that coats the inside of floor drains, particularly the top and sides of pipes and places such as the hollow legs of prep tables and drip lines behind bars.
Foam applications provide a superior method in the treatment of drains and micro-habitats containing organic matter, delivering results where liquid treatments just can’t reach. Foam will expand in a void, gallery or pipe and fill 360 degrees of that space transporting the active product into crevices and leaving no area untouched.

Flying Insect Facts

Flying Insect Facts

Flies and Flying Insect Control

Flies are more than a nuisance. They spread bacteria and contaminate food. Flies are prolific breeders, capable of existing in a wide range of conditions…Read More

DIY – Do it yourself tips – Flying Insect

Good housekeeping, including sweeping, moping and vacuuming will limit flying insect activity. Spray the interior of a structure and the drains for future invading. Contact Ecopest for labeled pesticide products.

Flying Insect – FAQs

Flying Insects Prevention

Flying Insect problems can be solved through investigation of breeding sites and corrective sanitary measures. Since they develop in wet decaying debris, all areas where this type of material is found should be eliminated i.e. garbage pails should be emptied often and drains should be cleaned often.

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