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Bed bugs can feed on the blood of any warm-blooded animal. Their most common targets are humans because, unlike animals with fur, we have a lot of exposed skin for them to bite.

Habitat : Bed bugs are typically found in beds and small cracks and crevices.

Impact : Bed bugs are typically found in beds and small cracks and crevices.When Bed bugs feed, they inject the skin with their saliva (this keeps the blood from clotting) and an anesthetic (this keeps the host from feeling the bite and moving). Bed bugs do not spread disease, but their bites can become red, itchy welts.

Prevention : • Don’t take mattresses or padded furniture that has been left at the curb or on the street. • Check your bed sheets for blood spots.
• Keep your suitcases covered in plastic and off the floor when you travel.
• When you travel, take a small flashlight to help you look for bed bugs.
• When you return from a trip, wash all of your clothes – even those that have not been worn – in hot water to ensure that any bed bugs that may have made it that far are not placed into your drawers/closet.
• Bed bugs are hard to see, so if you think you have bed bugs, call a pest management professional.

• There are more than 120,000 species of flies worldwide with about 18,000 found in North America.
• A female housefly can lay up to 600 eggs in her short lifetime.
• Most flies live an average of 21 days and take on various shapes throughout their short lives.
Fruit Flies Fruit flies get their common name from their small size and fondness of some fruits. Small fruit flies are nuisance pests, but may transmit diseases.
Fruit flies only live for 8-10 days. In that time, females lay around 500 eggs, using rotting fruit or vegetables as their nest.
• Size: 1/8″
• Shape: Small, oval
• Color: Tan
• Legs: 6
• Wings: Yes
• Antenna: Yes
• Common Name: Fruit fly
• Kingdom: Animalia
• Phylum: Arthropoda
• Class: Insecta
• Order: Diptera
• Family: Drosophilidae
• Species: Drosophila melanogaster

Diet : Fruit flies feed on decaying fruits and vegetables.

Habitat : Fruit flies are commonly found in homes, restaurants and other facilities where food is processed. They are especially attracted to garbage that has just been sitting around.

Impact : Fruit flies are found in unsanitary conditions like garbage dumps and trashcans. When they are around, humans can become very sick.

Prevention : • Keep your home clean.
• Remove kitchen trash every day and keep kitchen counters clean.
• Immediately remove rotting food from your home.

House Flies These pests get their name from being the most common fly found around homes. Adult House flies can grow to one-quarter of an inch long and usually live between 15 and 25 days. House flies taste with their feet, which are 10 million times more sensitive to sugar than the human tongue!

• Size: 1/4″
• Shape: Small, oval
• Color: Dark grey
• Legs: 6
• Wings: Yes
• Antenna: Yes
• Common Name: House fly
• Kingdom: Animalia
• Phylum: Arthropoda
• Class: Insecta
• Order: Diptera
• Family: Muscidae
• Species: Muscadomestica

Diet : Flies do not have teeth or a stinger. Their mouths absorb food like a sponge. They can only eat liquids but they can turn many solid foods into a liquid through spitting or vomiting on it. Their tongues are shaped like straws so they can suck up their food. They eat any wet or decaying matter, but they are particularly attracted to pet waste because the odor is strong and it is easy for them to find.

Habitat: House flies tend to stay within 1-2 miles of where they were born but will travel up to 20 miles to find food. They breed in garbage cans, compost heaps and pet areas.

Impact: These insects have been known to carry over 100 different kinds of disease causing germs. Prevention :
• Keep you homes clean.
• Remove trash regularly and seal your garbage cans.
• Clean up pet waste immediately.
• Use fine mesh screens on doors and windows to prevent flies from getting into your home. professional.

We usually say, “I have been bitten by a mosquito”, but this is not completely true. Mosquitoes do not bite. Female mosquitoes feed on plant nectar and blood. They need the protein to reproduce. To get to the blood, they pierce our skin with their “proboscis” and suck our blood. Male mosquitoes feed exclusively on plant nectars. Mosquitoes are busiest at night and will fly up to 14 miles for a blood meal. They hunt for food by detecting body heat and Carbon Dioxide, the gas we breathe out.

Habitat : Mosquitoes breed in soft, moist soil or stagnant water sources such as storm drains, old tires, children’s wading pools and birdbaths.

Impact : Mosquitoes spread diseases such as Encephalitic, malaria and dengue fever.

Prevention : • Replace all stagnant water at least once a week.
• Remove trash from around any standing water.
• When sleeping outdoors or in areas where mosquito populations are heavy, surround your bed with “mosquito” netting.
• Screen windows, doors and other openings with fine mesh.

Five Point DTDS Service Approach:

Inspection: Inspection of the premises properly.
Identification: Identification of the particular pest threat.
Analyse : Analysing the root cause, target area and all probable service protocols needs to be established.
Established Protocol: Establishing pest specific service protocols and other controlling methods. Ensuring rapid reduction of the existing pest population. Taking control of the situation ASAP.
Partnership Formation: Forming partnership with the customer is the key of success. In our service approach, we always form a partnership with the customer at every step we follow. We prefer to communicate to the customers at what step what we are expecting from customers and what customer should expect from us.

Red Zone/ 3rd line of Defence

Our protocols have been established keeping in mind about the pest biology~

Our SOP contains three line of defence::
Green Zone or 1st line defence: We know that about 90% pf pest problems come from green zone. To minimise the pest problem, it is very important to take control of the Green Zone first. Establishing 1st line of defence is the key. Our SPO said that acting on the shelter, nest, and harbourage of the pest at green zone is foremost thing to do. In most of the cases , it is found that this area provides breeding place for the pest. These breeding zones must be eliminated with the help of proper pesticide application.
Yellow Zone or 2nd line of defence: It is the gate way for the pest into your premises. As per our SOP, we prefer proper exclusion method primary and chemical control method secondary. Establishing proper exclusion technique will keep the pest away from entering your premises and determine the extent of success for Pest Management Programme.
Red Zone or 3rd line of defence: It is inside of your premises. Indiscriminate application of pesticide is not advisable somewhere strictly restricted. As per our SOP , application of mechanical control is more important. Choice of chemical is very important. Here we can apply the chemicals with ZERO residual effect or the produces which has less toxic than common table salt.