Fly Control for Businesses in Denver, Colorado and Beyond!

Flies are more than a nuisance. They can carry diseases and reproduce several times a year. Facing a fly infestation in your business can become a huge problem whether your business is food handling or non-food handling.

While businesses that include food handling will see a bigger problem with far worse potential outcomes than non-food handling businesses, there can be substantial fly infestation issues in those non-food handling businesses as well.

No matter what your business is, a fly infestation is no joke. Colorado Pest Pros’ Commercial Fly Control program will help you not only get rid of your current infestation but will work with you and your employees to prevent further infestations.

Commercial Fly Control Strategy

Colorado Pest Pros Commercial Fly Control program follows a strict process of assessment, treatment, education, and monitoring.

Assessment is always the first step. Our technicians will come in and assess which species of flies you are dealing with and the extent of your infestation. Once your technician knows this information, they will treat your current infestation and put in place exclusion technology to prevent their return.

Since you don’t want a repeat performance, we will educate your staff on ways to prevent further fly issues and on any new protocols we put into place. We will then monitor your facility at regular intervals.

Benefits of Commercial Fly Control

  • The presence of flies can drive customers away. Eliminating your current infestation and preventing future infestations will allow you to retain your customer base.
  • Any business that involves food handling knows that flies carry disease, and that they are attracted to food and to garbage. Keeping flies out of your business keeps disease away.
  • A fly infestation can cost your business fines and and even lead to your business being shut down either short term or long term.
  • Educating your staff on those steps that have been taken and procedures moving forward is proactive for everyone.

Being aware of leaving food out or in a locker, paying attention to trash buildup, and making sure you don’t leave outside entry doors open is key to making sure that flies don’t come back.

One female fly is capable of laying 1,000 eggs in her lifetime. This would explain why the fly population grows exponentially as quickly as it does.

The Commercial Fly Control Program costs one monthly fee that will give you access to the regularly schedule inspections and any extra visits that may be required.