How To Get Rid Of House Flies
Those pesky house files are unsanitary and annoying. Want to know how to get rid of house flies? The best line of defense is properly sanitation. Garbage that is not removed properly, loose-fitting trash can lids, open dumpsters and loose trash will attract house flies. Of course, a fly swatter is always handy yet eliminating their breeding areas is crucial for successful removal.
The common House fly is approximately 1/6 to ¼ inch in length and is the most common fly that ends up inside our homes and businesses. The adult house fly is easily recognized by most people. It is dull gray in color, has large red eyes and one set of wings with the fourth vein in each wing sharply angled in direction.
At Priority Pest Services, we know how to get rid of house flies. Not sure if the problem is flies or another insect? Don’t worry, we will find out! We offer free inspections to find out what is bugging you. If you are having a fly problem at your home or business, give us a call today at (757) 204-4523. We offer different types of discrete fly glue boards and a variety of pest control services to help control the house flies and any other pests that are invading your property.
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House flies are a common name for the common fly. House flies are not just found in the house. When flies are inside our homes, they are coming inside the structure at some entry point. The best way to get rid of house flies is to keep them out in the first place. To keep them out, check your window and door screening for holes, look for cracks around doors and check any outside vents for any possible places where flies can enter.
Rotting fruits and vegetables, decaying organic material, pet and other manure, damp garbage are their breeding grounds. Here in our local area of Hampton Roads, the rural areas may tend to be more problematic to control the fly breeding sites.
House flies mature and breed quickly and it doesn’t take long for a small problem of a few flies to turn into a large problem of hundreds of flies. Each adult female fly begins laying eggs just a few days after hatching. As long as there is warm weather, you can count on a series of five or six batches of 75 to 100 eggs laid and hatched within 12 to 24 hours. These new hatchling flies will mature in just 4 to 7 days. Doing the math, it is much better to take care of a fly infestation without delay.
Get Rid Of House Flies By Keeping Them Out In The First Place
During day time hours, most house flies will be found on floors, walls and ceilings. In the evening hours, they commonly tend to be found on ceilings and near their daytime sources of food. It seems they prefer corners and edges on thin objects like light cords and other wires.
Keeping your window screens in good repair and free from holes can help keep the flies outside where they belong. To get rid of house files, common methods are fly baits, fogs, granular and aerosol pesticides, including disposable and electronic traps and glue boards. Any materials or foods where flies can lay their eggs should be removed and destroyed to help break the cycle of new files hatching and increasing the population.
Using glue board or an insect light trap to get rid of house files are both discrete solutions and are preferred by many business owners and especially those located in our rural areas of Hampton Roads. Give Priority Pest Services a call at (757) 204-4523 to schedule an appointment for a free inspection. Let our pest control professionals help you find the best solution to remove those annoying flies.
Indoor fly control from Priority Pest Services can be effective without the typical visual. Our glue board comes in different colors to match your desired goal of a discrete black or a bold white grid to track population count. By monitoring the fly traps, you will be better educated on population numbers, and can adjust accordingly. Give us a call or send us a message using our online Contact form on this website.