Baltimore Fly Control At Its Finest
Flying insects are annoying creatures. They zoom past a person’s ear creating a buzzing sound that is almost unbearable. Perhaps, flies are the worst of all of them. Aside from harassing folks with noise, pesky house flies also land on people and pets leaving them swatting or biting at nothing as they disappear in a hurry. Besides hanging out in and around homes, these nuisances also visit places such as garbage dumps, dumpsters, trash cans, and sewers.
House flies have distinguishing characteristics that set them apart from members of other species. For instance, they have four dark lines running down their middle body region, also known as the thorax. Adults vary in length, but they typically grow to between l/8 and l/4 of an inch. Apart from being nuisances, research suggests that house flies may be responsible for transmitting over 65 diseases to humans. Some of the most notable names of the bunch include tuberculosis, cholera, tularemia, typhoid fever, dysentery, and leprosy.
Schedule Baltimore Fly Control Service To Eliminate These Pests
Our organization has been serving Maryland residents since 1988, and the team will be more than happy to do the same for you. We provide local, friendly, and professional service every time. Plus, the company offers focused extermination plans for pests specific to the region without holding clients hostage with term commitments. Don’t fret if you don’t live in Baltimore though as we service other areas as well such as…
• Howard, Anne Arundel, And Baltimore Counties
• Baltimore City
• Glen Burnie, Annapolis, Arnold
• Pasadena, Bowie, Severna Park
• Catonsville And Columbia
Other Types Of Flies To Be On The Lookout For
1. Deer Flies
These flying insects grow to between 1/4 and 1/2 of an inch in length. They are usually a black or brownish color and have dark spots on the wings. Males tend to feed on nectar and pollen from flowers. However, females feed on blood, and they pack a painful bite. Many times, deer flies are regularly found around swamps, ponds, and marshes. They like to follow moving objects like humans or animals. So, if these pests are driving you mad, let our Baltimore fly control service erase them from the equation.
Horseflies are large and ordinarily black or grayish in color. They reach lengths of between 3/8 and 1-1/8-inches. Horizontal lines can often be seen in the eyes of these flying insects. Like the female deer flies, female horseflies feed on blood too. Once again, the males feed on nectar and pollen. The bites are unpleasant as they hurt and sting. Allow our team to eliminate these threats so that you can enjoy your property again.