ant control

Ants are social insects that typically live in underground colonies, made up of workers and a queen. Ants will eat practically any kind of food, but are especially attracted to sweets. Ants are easily identifiable due to their three distinct body region: head, thorax and abdomen, as well as antennae. Despite similar construction, ants vary in overall appearance. Small or large ants and brown or black ants are common nicknames for different species.

rat & mice control
Rodents can be difficult to keep out of your property. Mice can squeeze through spaces as small as a dime and rats can fit through holes the size of a quarter. For proper rodent pest control, seal any cracks and voids. Don't overlook proper drainage at the foundation and always install gutters or diverts which will channel water away from the building. If you ever see an unwanted rodent in your home contact On The Fly. 
cockroach control
Cockroach control and management are important for health and safety reasons, because cockroaches are known to cause allergies and trigger asthma attacks, especially in children. They can also spread 33 kinds of bacteria including E. coli and Salmonella. Keeping your counters, sinks, and floors clean can help mitigate the chance of a cockroach infestation.
Fly Control
Non-biting flies are not only a nuisance pest but many are also responsible for transmitting diseases. Most flying insects have four wings but flies have two. Some common types of flies that can invade your home are fruit flies, drain flies, gnats, and house flies. Frequently taking out the trash and making sure windows and doors stay shut can help keep fly population down.
stinging insect control
Stinging insects, like bees, hornets, and wasps, send more than 500,000 people to the emergency room each year. These pests are especially active during the second half of summer and early fall when the colonies forage for food that will sustain their queens during the winter.
spider control
Spider control can be a major concern for homeowners in the Mid Atlantic. There are about 3,000 species of spiders roaming around North America, but only two in the southern and western United States can cause serious harm when accidentally disturbed — the black widow and brown recluse. If you find one of these spiders in your home, contact your spider control professional - On The Fly Pest Solutions.
flea control
Looking to get rid of fleas in the home? Homeowners should clean and vacuum frequently to help remove flea populations and prevent the laying of eggs. Pet owners should practice active flea management by keeping dogs on a leash when outside, bathing and grooming pets regularly, visiting a veterinarian annually, and using flea treatments according to direction. If you suspect a flea infestation, it is important to hire a flea control professional to rid your home of rodents and fleas.
Cricket control
The most effective way to get rid of crickets is to reduce areas of moisture in and around your home. Mow the lawn, weed plant beds and move woodpiles away from the structure. Provide adequate ventilation in crawl spaces, basements, etc. In addition, change outdoor lighting to less-attractive yellow bulbs or sodium vapor lamps. It is also important to seal possible points of entry for house crickets around the house, including window and door frames.
termite control
Termites are known as "silent destroyers" because of their ability to chew through wood, flooring and even wallpaper undetected. Each year, termites cause more than $5 billion in property damage. Swarmers, looking to start a new colony, are typically the first sign of termite season as these winged-pests show up inside homes in early spring. To get rid of termites in the home, contact On The Fly Pest Solutions to address the infestation.
bed bug control
There's no doubt about it: bed bugs are back! In fact, 99.6 percent of pest professionals have treated for bed bugs in the past year, according to our 2013 Bugs Without Borders survey. Do you know how to identify bed bugs in your home? Spots of blood on you bed sheets and bites, in a row, along one side of the body, are signs that you may be dealing with this challenging pest.
Mosquito Control
Mosquitoes are more than just pesky pests that leave behind itchy bites. They may carry any number of serious diseases including west nile virus and canine heartworms. All mosquitoes require water to breed. Some species can breed in puddles left after rainstorms. Females only need a few inches of water to deposit their eggs in. Tiny mosquito larva develop quickly in bird baths, roof gutters, kiddie pools, and old tires If you want to keep the mosquito population under control you must be vigilant about dumping any standing water every few days.
Wildlife Control
On The Fly offers humane trapping methods for many species of wildlife including snakes, ground hogs, raccoons, possums, and foxes. When dealing with wildlife it is extremely important to use a licensed and trained professional who understands the animal and its behavior. Improper removal attempted by a customer can result in harm to either the animal or the person attempting deal with the nuisance. Our removal process is strictly done by nonlethal exclusion.