Fly extermination, fly control, fly treatments, fly prevention. Swoboda Pest Control offers solutions to your fly infestations; commercial and residential fly control.
More Than A Nuisance; Flies Are Dangerous
Like most common pests, flies carry an array of infectious diseases. Most commonly known; flies carry Salmonella and E. Coli. They are airborne, quickly move from place to place, and leave can easily leave excrement on food or food prep surfaces. Don’t risk food contamination in your home or business. Call us today.
House Fly Reproduction Rates
Female house flies can lay almost a 1000 eggs in a matter of only a few days. House fly eggs can hatch into larvae/maggots in less than 24 hours. Larvae generally stay put and feeding for three to five days before finding a place to pupate. The pupae take three to six days to emerge as flies. Within two to three days, female house flies are ready to reproduce.
That’s a total of only 12 to 18 days from egg to adult house fly. We stop the cycle. Let us treat your home or business and we’ll put an end to the otherwise never-ending need to swat the air.
Commercial Fly Control
Flies In Restaurants
Your competition doesn’t have flies, you shouldn’t either. Flies are determined pests and restaurants are one of their favorite spots to live. Your customers don’t want flies around. YOU don’t want flies around. Stop them today.
Commerial Fly Treatments
Swoboda Pest Control will get rid of your flies. Our treatments are effetive, immediate, and they last. We will send out one of our trained technicians to your business at a regular interval. If you notice that you have flies in between treatments, simply call us.
Swoboda Pest Control Offers Fly Control in College Station
Swoboda can be your commercial and residential fly control company. When it comes to invasive pests, the biggest regret is waiting too long to call a professional. Flies are obnoxious, can deter business, and carry diseases.
If you’re sick of the flies around your business or home, then call Swoboda Pest Control today.