Houseflies can be a major annoyance, buzzing around your house and landing on your food, but did you know they can also carry disease? Call Ford’s Hometown Services today for prompt and professional assistance with removal of flies. Flies can be very difficult to get rid of, and even when you think you’ve succeeded, their eggs might be lurking in your drains, waiting to surprise you with a new infestation just when you least expect it.
Houseflies prefer corners and edges or thin objects to rest on. Indoors, they rest on floors, walls and ceilings during the day. Removal of flies can be difficult because the flies feed on a variety of materials, including human food, animal food and carcasses, garbage and excrement, and they lay eggs in anything warm and moist that has a food source for the larvae. One female housefly can lay up to 600 eggs throughout her lifetime, which can hatch in a matter of days!
There are many breeds of flies that can be a total nuisance in your home. Each different type of fly will require a different method in order to be eliminated properly. Our housefly removal team will identify and eliminate adult flies and breeding areas to solve your housefly woes. Don’t delay – the earlier you call us, the better!
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