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House flies have an oval shaped and somewhat hairy body, and can grow to between 1/8th and ¼ of an inch in length. Female house flies are larger than male house flies. Adults have four distinctive black stripes on their thorax, with one gold stripe and one silver strip on their face. House flies have a single pair of wings and compound eyes, which provide them with a wide range of vision.
House flies don’t have teeth and therefore do not bite. They have sponging mouthparts that allow them to only feed on liquids.
House flies are drawn to properties because they are looking for easy access to food and water sources. Animal feces, garbage, compost piles, leaky outdoor fixtures, and clogged gutters can all initially attract house flies to your property. Once on your property, it is only a matter of time before they find their way inside to forage for food and water. House flies typically enter homes through spaces found around windows and doors, torn screens, or any other opening into your home that they come across.
If you have found that house flies are living on your property or inside your home, contact Keller’s Pest Control for help. We have the skills, expertise, and effective pest control solutions needed to protect people and property from invasive house flies. To learn more about our house fly solutions, give us a call at Keller’s Pest Control.
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