Fly Pest Control
Fly Pest Control For Your Space
Our team of professionals work to find the root cause of what is bringing flies inside and eliminate the infestation.
Flies in the house are one of the most common issues homeowners face in the Pacific Northwest. Being a homeowner in Seattle or Portland – you will typically encounter an increase in fly activity in the summer and winter months. In the summer, house flies and fruit flies become more active as the temperatures increase.
These common flies are scavengers – looking for food to feast on and moist areas to escape the heat and breed.
Cluster flies are overwintering pests commonly found in the attic of homes in January, February, and occasionally in the fall.
If you identify a fly infestation in your home – you will want to act fast. Flies are known to swarm in large groups and reproduce rapidly. To avoid the nuisance of flies in the house, homeowners should prioritize implementing prevention methods to keep flies away for good.
Our team of fly pest control experts can identify why there are flies in the house and work with you to eliminate the fly infestation.
Most commonly found throughout the summer in Washington and Oregon, house flies can be distinguished by their dark gray bodies and incessant buzzing sound. House flies find their way into homes searching for living, breeding, and feeding grounds. House flies can infest your home quickly. They may also carry unwanted germs that can contaminate your home and food left open in your home.
Cluster flies are slightly larger than house flies and move at a slower pace. Often known as “attic flies,” they typically swarm in small, unused areas of a house near a light source. Fortunately, cluster flies normally breed outdoors keeping infestations from multiplying.
Clutter flies tend to swarm in large groups in houses causing annoyance and potential damage to your home’s structure.
Also referred to as gnats, fruit flies are tiny flies that are brown and black. Fruit flies are attracted to food items such as fruit and other sugar-based items. Fruit flies breed indoors and outdoors at a fast rate which can make it hard to completely rid your home of fruit flies on your own once an infestation occurs.