House Fly

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House Fly

The house fly passes through four stages in its life cycle: egg, larva, pupa and adult. The female of the species can be seen depositing their eggs on suitable breeding materials. Often, the females can be seen in clusters of up to 50 individuals. The female house fly lays individual eggs that pile up in masses of 75 to 150 eggs; in her lifetime, a single female house fly may lay up to 900 eggs. The female fly begins laying her eggs anywhere from 4 to 12 days from emerging from her pupae.

She may lay 5 or 6 batches at intervals of several days between each. Your inspection should begin outside the home or building; although house flies are known to breed in indoor dirty trash cans, they are usually found feeding and breeding in fresh manure, rotting fruits and vegetables, damp garbage and damp, decaying organic materials that are located outside of the structure. After locating all possible breeding sites, look for areas where house flies enter a structure. Cracks around windows, doors and vents are the usual culprits.

Shabna H. Al salah sanitization & Pest Control Pest Control is a leading Pest Control establishment fully licensed and approved by the Dammam Municipality. With trained technicians and experienced professionals, we are licensed by the designated authority to provide general pest control, real estate inspections, anti-termite treatment and pre-treatment of construction sites.We don't just stop there, but we go a step further and educate our customers on how to maintain the property to minimize pests in the future.

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PestTreatment Process

We follow an industry standard process at Al Bustan Pest Control in our services. This maintains quality and safety in everything we do. We start off by taking a look at your property and inspecting it thoroughly. Once we know what we need to do, we go ahead and eradicate the pests using the appropriate equipments, chemicals and medicines. Once the treatment is complete, we conduct our proofing services to close all the entry points that pests commonly use as entry points. We don't just stop there, but we go a step further and educate our customers on how to maintain the property to minimize pests in the future.