Remove cluster flies

Fast and effective cluster fly control

Control cluster fly

Cluster flies (pollenia rudis F.) are experienced as a real pest, they are in spring and autumn emphatically present on buildings by settling in large numbers with only one purpose and that is overwintering. They move into seams and cracks of the building, cavity walls, eaves, etc. It is common for the flies to invade indoors they do not need much space and thus cause a major fly infestation. At first glance the tether fly looks very much like a chamber fly which is common in Dutch households. The difference between the tangle fly and the chamber fly is that the tangle fly is larger and if you look closely, the tangle fly has golden hairs. In short, if you suffer from these flies contact us quickly for a good and effective control.

The problem of flies

A fly infestation can occur in no time because it takes only a few days for the fly egg to grow into an adult. In addition, females lay between 400 – 600 eggs during their lifetime.

The flies can soil the property through their droppings which in turn can cause damage, also sitting on the balcony or leaving the windows and doors open is not an option.

The cluster fly: a herd animal

Cluster flies are black colored with a golden glow on their back, the fly is 5 to 8 mm in size. The eggs laid by a cluster fly hatch within 3 days in summer. The larvae parasitize on earthworms, entering the soil with them. They then eat the worms from the inside until they can hatch. Like the fall fly, about 1 – 2 generations occur each year. Most of the nuisance is caused by the large numbers in which they occur.

In spring, the large swarms awaken from dormancy and then become active in and around the building.

How do flies get into spaces?

Fly infestations are often located in the attic, top floor of an apartment complex, office buildings, listed buildings, etc. Because this is a place where they can develop quietly and sometimes have easy access to cracks and holes or crawl under roof tiles. This is where flies can hibernate in peace. Furthermore, of course, flies can easily enter through windows or doors, provided you have taken proper precautions such as by installing mosquito nets.

Do it yourself or outsource?

Aphid fly control is often impossible to do because there are simply no good and effective remedies available.

Protect Pest Control is skilled and has mastered all techniques optimally, which allows them to take into account the lifestyle of each type of fly, as well as your personal situation, during control. We always provide a fast, professional and sustainable solution to your fly problem.

Controlling cluster flies with different techniques

Protect Pest Control is a professional pest control company and uses safe and successful ways to control flies. Cluster flies are well controlled by performing a seams and chinks treatment, where we apply pesticide and seal seams and chinks as much as possible. Moreover, a fly lamp can be used as an additional solution to catch flies away. Of course, we use the safest methods of control, for you and your family as well as your pets. We will help you control the cluster flies.

Cluster flies are controlled by us by performing a seams and cracks treatment. That is, as many seams and cracks as possible are injected with a liquid, namely a suitable pesticide.

There is also the option of atomizing or treating resting places. The pesticide used has an after-effect of more than 5 weeks, so flies that come into contact with the liquid later will be affected. As far as preventive measures are concerned, we can always provide you with effective tailor-made advice.

Enable Protect Pest Control

Protect Pest Control can very reliably control the fly infestation and help you with warding and prevention for the future. Leaving a fly infestation untreated is highly inadvisable because the fly infestation can easily get out of control. That is why we help you control the cluster fly.

Protect Pest Control is a professional pest control company and uses safe and successful ways to control a fly infestation.

Contact Protect Pest Control now to schedule an on-site appointment or for advice and more information.

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