Are You Struggling With A Fly Infestation Inside Your Denver Home?

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Flies are one of the most significant nuisance pest infestations. Most flies don’t bite, sting, or pinch, and they aren’t venomous, but they are still one of the supremely irritating forms of pest infestations. Flies are highly attracted to the smell of food; whenever you have food outside, they are more than willing to share it with you. They are small and highly maneuverable in the air and will constantly buzz about as you try to enjoy your day. Flies are also difficult to control using DIY pest control techniques, which can further frustrate you.

If you need fly control in Denver, call Beeline Pest Control today. We know how to handle flies.

A Guide To Fly Identification: Types And Behaviors

Here are some of the types of flies that may come to visit your home:

  • Common house flies: Common house flies are the flies you will encounter the most in the Denver area. They are dark grey, approximately 1/4 inch long, and mostly active during the day.
  • Fruit flies: These tiny flies often enter your home along with store-bought fruit. You most commonly find them flying around in the kitchen.
  • Cluster flies: These large, slow-moving flies enter homes in the winter to escape the cold, only to swarm inside your house when the weather turns warm.

These are some kinds of flies you will encounter in your home. Beeline Pest Control professionals know how to get rid of flies. Call us today and let us help eliminate any pest problem you may be facing, including flies. 

Health Risks Related To Fly Infestations: Protecting Your Well-Being

Beyond being irritating, flies can introduce you to dangerous pathogens. Flies will explore every aspect of their environment and are particularly attracted to strong, foul odors; this makes them attracted to things like exposed garbage, sewers, feces, and carcasses. While exploring these areas, flies can get exposed to dangerous pathogens like salmonella, E. coli, tuberculosis, and typhoid. Because they can fly, they can quickly enter your home, spreading these pathogens onto your furniture, walls, counters, and even dinnerware.

Beeline Pest Control professionals know how to get rid of flies. If you’re struggling with a fly infestation, we can help you get rid of it. Get in touch with us today.

Five Easy Ways To Prevent Flies From Coming Into Your Home

Getting rid of flies takes work. Here are five ways to help prevent flies from becoming a nuisance around your home:

  • Seal garbage: Exposed garbage is one of the largest attractants for flies your yard can offer. Seal or eliminate garbage to decrease your chances of dealing with flies.
  • Seal your home: Flies will quickly enter your home through direct openings. Use screens on windows and doors, and make sure all window and door seals are intact.
  • Keep a clean home: Flies are attracted to dirty homes. Regular cleaning - especially in the kitchen - greatly decreases your chances of attracting flies.
  • Make a trap: Set out a solution of apple cider vinegar and dish soap to attract the flies. The sweet smell of the vinegar draws the flies, and the dish soap weights down their wings and captures them in the trap.
  • Use fans: The wind's strength from fans makes it difficult for flies to maneuver and makes them want to flee the area. 

The best way to get rid of flies is to contact Beeline Pest Control today.

Seeking Professional Help: When To Call The Experts About Flies

Professional pest control is the best way to address pest infestations because professionals possess the knowledge, skill, and experience to eliminate pest infestations safely and effectively. Beeline Pest Control starts with a careful inspection of your property to gain an understanding of what you are up against. Following this, we administer safe, science-based treatments with a proven history of effectiveness. We don’t just get rid of fly infestations; we seek to eliminate the possibility that they return.

Call Beeline Pest Control for local fly control today. We can help you eliminate any pest problem.

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