Services: Fly Control

Shoo, fly, don’t bother me.

Flies spread disease and ruin a guests experience.

They walk on feces, rotting food, and garbage and then land on our food. They regurgitate liquids from their stomach onto our food. Because of these unsanitary behaviors, flies must be controlled in food establishments and we’re here to help.

Fly Control

We take a scientific approach to fly control.

Eliminating flies can be difficult and generally requires multiple control methods to get the desired results. Pest professionals must be able to identify the fly species present, understand their biology and where they prefer to lay eggs, be able to locate potential breeding spots, and be able to create a short and long term control strategy that gets results. Understanding the biology of the flies is crucial to be able to get control.

Small Flies

Small flies like fruit flies, drain flies, and phorid flies are often breeding inside the building and are infesting the building from the inside.

Large Flies

Large flies, often called filth flies, typically breed in feces, dead animal carcasses, and rotting garbage and often fly into buildings from the outside.

Let's fix your fly problem.

With Thorn’s scientific approach to pest control, you can feel confident that you fly worries will be a thing of the past.

What is unique about Thorn’s approach to fly control?

  • Our inspection and assessment. We get to the root of the problem.
  • Based on observation and understanding of the biology of flies. We don’t simply place devices and pray we get results.
  • We monitor so you see exactly how treatments are working.
  • We track everything for you, so you don’t have to.
  • Proactive approach

Benefits of our fly control solutions:

  • Protect your businesses reputation and image
  • Keep guests comfortable and safe
  • Detailed monitoring and documentation to show you are getting results
  • Peace of mind knowing that you are protecting your food and investment


  1. Thorough inspection
  2. Identify fly species
  3. Identify breeding sources
  4. Assess the situation and create treatment strategy
  5. Monitor
  6. Follow-up and assess to make sure we are getting the desired results

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