Affordable Fly and Cluster Fly Control Services
The only thing worse than an annoying fly is a whole cluster of them. If you are experiencing such an issue, the most essential thing to do is to establish what is attracting the flying insects. By booking an expert fly control service in London with us, you choose to deal with the issue quickly and efficiently.
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Those flies are unusually active around your place for a reason. The flies pest control specialist will carefully inspect your property to determine what is the cause of the unusual infestation
The pest control flies expert will apply an insecticide on various surfaces around your property. It has an instant knock-down effect meaning all flies around will perish in no time.
The insecticide has a prolonged residual effect so you can be sure the nasty flying bugs like flies, mosquitoes, gnats, ladybirds, booklice, along with their maggots and eggs, won’t return any time soon.
In case you booked a guaranteed service, you get up to two additional house fly control sessions for free within a period of 3 months after the initial treatment. So if the initial treatment didn’t take care of the flies, your Fantastic Pest Control specialist can return upon request and take further measures.
At the end of your Fantastic Pest Control flies service, the exterminator will offer you some useful advice on how you can avoid future problems with flies and other flying insects. The technician will also prepare a full report for the completed treatment. Keep in mind we also offer moth control service.
Flies Control Prices
Fly control prices for 1 bedroom property
|One-off Treatment (single visit only)||£125|
|Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*||£159|
|Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**||£235|
Fly control prices for 2 bedrooms property
|One-off Treatment (single visit only)||£135|
|Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*||£169|
|Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**||£245|
Fly control prices for 3 bedrooms property
|One-off Treatment (single visit only)||£145|
|Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*||£179|
|Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**||£255|
Fly control prices for 4 bedrooms property
|One-off Treatment (single visit only)||£155|
|Treatment with a 1 month guarantee*||£189|
|Full treatment with a 3 month guarantee**||£265|
– Prices are applicable for residential properties only.
– All insects treatments include treatment of the affected areas only.
– No further charges go on top of the rates except parking and congestion, if applicable.
– £20 additional charge on all night jobs (night job is considered between 8pm and 5am appointment time)
* Treatment with a 1-month guarantee consists of 1 major visit + 1 follow-up in a 1-month period. Please mind that a follow-up can be organised only upon your further request.
** Full treatment with a 3-month guarantee consists of 1 major visit + 2 follow-ups in a 3-month period. Please mind that follow-ups can be organised only upon your further request.
*** If your property has more than 4 bedrooms, contact us for a quote.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do flies build nests?
No, the common house fly doesn’t build nests. Instead, the females lay their eggs in decaying organic matter, such as litter, faeces, or dead animals. When the maggots hatch, they start consuming their surroundings and grow in size, then crawl away to become pupae.
How fast can flies reproduce?
During its lifespan, a female house fly can lay anywhere between five to six batches of about 75 to 100 eggs each. When the weather is warm, the larvae can hatch in about 12 to 24 hours.
Do flies spread diseases?
Flies have the nasty habit of excreting and regurgitating their food any time they land on a surface. In doing so, they are believed to transmit over 65 diseases to humans, including typhoid fever, dysentery, cholera, yaws, anthrax, tularemia, leprosy, and tuberculosis.
What’s the average lifespan of flies?
House flies can survive for about 30 days in their adult form. The warmer it is, the better their chances of survival become, but they usually prefer temperatures between 23 and 26 °C.
What happens when a fly lands on your food?
Flies do not have the means to chew food on their own, so they will release special digestive enzymes to soften up the food before consuming it. This, of course, will transmit lots of harmful bacteria onto your food. Their hairy legs carry just as many unpleasant surprises, so it’s advised to skip your meal if you see too many flies crawling on your food.
Where do flies go in winter?
When the cold season hits, most adults will hide inside cracks and crannies and patiently await for spring to arrive. Once they wake up, they will fly off to lay their eggs on the first decaying piece of matter they stumble upon, be it rotten food, stagnant water, or human waste.
How do I get rid of flies in my house?
Flies can be easily caught with homemade flypaper strips. All you need is some paper, a ½ cup of corn syrup, and ¼ cup of sugar. Lavender oil is also a good fly repellent, and so are cloves combined with lemon. Or, you can confuse the intruders by hanging plastic, water-filled bags at all your outdoor entrances (flies supposedly take these for webs and avoid getting “caught”).