There are more than 15,000 species of flies in North America. The species of fly will depend on how long it can live, however a life span of about 8 days to 2 months (in some cases even a year) can be anticipated. Our Quality Pest Exterminator technicians can help you determine what kind is invading your space so we can approach the problem correctly.
Every state will experience this specific bug aside from the polar ice caps. Flies can easily become a problem when permitted to continue multiplying. Did you know that one pair of flies can produce more than a million offspring? What could be worse than learning that unfortunate fact? The fact that it only takes a couple of weeks for this production to happen! All of the flies you aren’t trying to prevent or eliminate are just breeding and creating a larger problem for you to deal with.
Useful Details Of Flies
Flies have about a billion micro-organisms swarming all over their body and lower limbs at any given minute and even more in their stomach.
Flies will certainly fly about and land on any surface area, especially those with decaying garbage (even feces) and in turn they quickly spread out illness. You’ve likely noticed them all over your trash cans and any food items on your counters and tables.
Flies do not continually fly due to the fact that they just have 2 wings. So each time they land, you do not see the countless bacteria that is most likely left. If you see one land on your food, silverware, cookware, etc., there could definitely be germs present and should be cleaned appropriately to stay clear of possible health problem from the infected surface. Such diseases include infections in the bloodstream, food poisoning, diarrhea and meningitis.