Household flies

The domestic fly has a body of 4-7.5mm, lays eggs in animal stools, garbage, rotten fruits and vegetables. During their lifespan, ranging from 3 to 4 weeks, females produce 500-600 eggs that hatch in 12-24 hours, turning into white caterpillars, which become larvae in one week and then adult flies.

Home flies are a particularly serious problem that needs addressing as they question the sanitation facilities of an installation.

Home flies can transmit over 100 diseases such as conjunctivitis, poliomyelitis, typhoid fever, tuberculosis, anthrax, leprosy, cholera and dysentery. They can also act as vectors for animal parasitic organisms.
In order to fight the home fly, we suggest outdoor traps and special glue insects traps indoors and placement of air curtains on the doors.