PEST CONTROLThe house fly has a gray thorax with 4 dark, longitudinal stripes.There are so many devices to kill the flies.
- The odd fly in Australia is not unusual and doesn’t constitute an infestation; however, seeing several flies at one time is a greater concern.
- The common house fly can over 100 disease-causing pathogens like cholera, typhoid fever and polio and parasitic worms.
- When flies hatch in a home, they will usually hatch on mass, causing an infestation.
- A fly’s lifetime can be anywhere from 15 to 25 days, to as long as two months.
- An infestation cycle will keep repeating unless the flies are removed, aa well as the eggs, maggots
- Maggots are a clear sign you need pest control for flies
Over the course of a lifetime, a female fly can lay up to 900 eggs. Eggs are laid in moist, filthy locations, ideally human or animal waste, kitchen waste and compost piles. The eggs need to stay warm and moist to hatch. Fly eggs are small and white in color. Clusters of these eggs in your home will mean an infestation could occur after they hatch and pupate.