Should a business or home purchase an indoor flytrap during the winter months? Many people believe that flies are seasonal with no need for fly control during winter months. If you are located in a southern state, you have flies all year around. Though northern states tend to have fewer flies in the winter, there are always a few pesky critters that seem to defy the weather and aggravate homeowners and businesses even on the coldest days. For businesses and homes, flies are an issue all year round and owners need to have fly control for their individual situations.
Many businesses must comply with safety and cleanliness standards and are required to have pest control measures implemented all year. Businesses that do not have those standards still want to maintain a clean, professional environment for their products, services and most importantly for their customer experience. Some agricultural businesses have environments that provide homes and infestation areas for flies. Veterinary clinics, offices for dairies, and offices or homes at horse stables have a need for indoor fly control as well as outdoor fly control.
Homeowners have the same issues with flies and must determine how to rid flies in their homes. Even in the north, there always seems to be those annoying flies that are present all year round. This issue is greater for homes that have pets, horse stables, and for farms and ranches. There are many outdoor flytraps that are used in gardens, patios and entrance ways. These are often unsightly or have odors from attractants that you would not want in your home. Indoor flytraps provide a clean, safe, odor free method of fly control all year.
Whether you have a business or are looking for home pest control, winter months are just as important as summer months to get rid of flies. Businesses have driving factors of safety and cleanliness as well as some having a natural environment for flies to thrive. Homes have flies with outdoor environments that increase the chance of having a fly problem. It doesn’t matter where you live, flies will find you. Even if you have very few flies in the winter, you will have flies in the summer months so the purchase and use of an indoor flytrap prepares you for flies at all times during the year. Depending on your individual situation, you will need to assess the issue then decide on the best fly trap to use.